Trekking in Patagonia Testimonials

From Nepal Trek: Everyone at Alpine Ascents was easy to work with and quick to respond. Everything was fantastic well organized, beautiful and guies were very knowledgable Our day early tour with Gordon was top notch as well. He is so very knowledgeable and was such a pleasure to hang out with!

Nepal Trekker

The guides were excellent; the hikes were beautiful and it was a great experience. I very much enjoyed exploring that part of the world. Overall, a great trip! I’d highly recommend it.

2018 Trekker

The logistics were perfect, a big key for such a long trip. The Treks were just the right distance and the views were spectacular. Jose Luis was very organized and kept the group together and having fun. All guides were great. Excellent knowledge of plants, wildlife, and glaciers. All Lodges and ECO camp were great.

2018 Trekker

I enjoyed the trek very much. Terrific location, outstanding guides, nice itinerary. Trip is fabulous.

2018 Trekker

As we expect from Alpine Ascents, the quality of the accommodations and guides was exceptional. Clearly Jose Luis is a very experienced expedition climbing guide. The local guides (Rodigo, Roberto, and Jonas) were all very knowledgeable about local fauna, flora and geology. They were great.

2018 Trekker

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