When we were in Patagonia visiting glaciers on a regular basis, one thing we really wanted to do was hike on one. Believe it or not, taking part in that in Argentina and Chile was really expensive and beyond our budget for that part of the trip. We told ourselves that if it fit into
Beautiful beaches, amazing food, stunning architecture, and a blend of cultures all make a trip to Puerto Rico amazing. In addition to all the above highlights, getting out to explore and take part in some adventure activities is always a part of travel I welcome. Luckily for those heading to San Juan, Puerto Rico, outdoor
Details Length- 17 miles (27 kilometers) Time- This one took us a good 10 hours. It was the final day of 3 hiking days that saw us cover nearly 50 miles (~80 kilometers), so we were sore and tired from the get-go. Difficulty- Definitely the most difficult of the hikes we did in El Chalten.
Details Length-16 miles (25 kilometers) Time- It took us about 9 hours, with about 2.5 of those coming on the final mile of the “trail” and an extra hour added on because we made a detour to Laguna Capri. Difficulty- This was more difficult than the hike to Lago and Glacier Torres, but not as
Details Length- 15 miles (24 kilometers) Time- It took us about 8 hours, but we were with another couple, took it slow, and talked a lot along the way. If determined, it can probably be done in about 6. Difficulty- This was a relatively easy hike after the initial hour climb once on the trail