Full day snow tour

La Nieve en Ushuaia

Availability: 01/07 al 15/09

Full day snow.
Ushuaia tours, excursions, activities, things to do in Ushuaia

.Season: July to mid-September. It depends on the amount of snow in the Tierra Mayor Valley.
.Departures: Daily
.Pick up time + - 08.30 A.M
.Return + - 4:30 P.M.
.Lasts: Full day
.Difficulty: Moderate. Suitable for ages from 6 years old. Enquire.
.Outfit: Sport shoes or trekking boots, comfortable sports wear, long trousers,
warm sweater or pile, water or windproof jacket, sun glasses, sun block, gloves.
.Includes lunch


Departure from the hotel to the Tierra Mayor valley, in the Tierra Mayor valley refuge begins the adventure, we put on the rackets and we start the crossing
great snowy valley, the crossing culminates in the husky camp, where the sleds are waiting for us. The walk passes from the valley to the forest and culminates
in the Hachero refuge, where we will have time to take photos before getting on the 4x4 equipped with caterpillars that will transfer us to the
Winter Center Tierra Mayor. The next activity is the snowmobiles, which accompanied by a guide allow us to cross the valley driving our motorcycle to the
viewpoint of the valley. We return to the Nunatak Refuge where we will have lunch and we will have the time to have fun with the sliding sleds or to carry out
optional activities.

Note: snowcats are two-seater, 2 passengers per snowcat.

.The tour operator can modify the itinerary or shorten the tour depending on the weather conditions in order to avoid accidents,
thus making the best of each tour.
.Services begin and end at the passenger's accomodation within the Cities of El Calafate & Ushuaia.
.For hotels outside the El Calafate & Ushuaia cities area, please enquire.
.Advanced reservations guarantee the realisation of the tour.

.Like all activity in the nature "all times" informed about duration of activities are approximate and depend largely on climatic factors always prioritizing comfort, safety and enjoyment of our customers


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