Aconcagua is the highest mountain in the Western Hemisphere and our most popular mountaineering destination. Aconcagua serves as a great introduction to high altitude expedition climbing.
After 20 years of climbing Aconcagua with family and climbers from all over the world, it has become our home away from home. Each time that we set out to scale Aconcagua, base camp at Plaza de Mulas (14,000 ft.) is always a welcome site after the scenic trek from the park entrance.
About the Patagonian Brothers
Patagonian Brothers Expeditions was founded in 1992 by identical twin brothers Damian and Guillermo (Willie) Benegas. Their father, Rafael Benegas, sparked their love of climbing while the boys were growing up in Patagonia. During the long, cold Argentine winters, Rafael would entertain the energetic young twins with his climbing photos and tales of Patagonian adventures. These experiences created an insatiable urge for the brothers to begin their own adventures and climbing expeditions. Before long, Aconcagua and the steep granite towers and glacier coated peaks of Northern Patagonia became the twin’s training ground where they would nurture their climbing skills, and establish themselves as world-class alpinists. Now, twenty seasons and more than 60 summits of Aconcagua later, the Benegas brothers have guided climbers and adventurers from countries around the world. Their expeditions reflect the spirit of mountain exploration in an exciting, yet safe and intimate, atmosphere. They take pride in providing each of their guide groups with the best opportunity to summit and to discover a mountain of possibilities on peaks worldwide
|Dec 16- Jan 4 ||US $4,700||US $4,700||Aconcagua Normal Route|
|Jan 16- Feb 3||US $4,700||US $4,700||Aconcagua Normal Route|
|Jan||US $5,500||US $5,500||Aconcagua Polish Glacier Route|
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