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Trek through Mendoza's Andean region with an experienced guide on this full-day excursion. After breakfast at Quebrada de Condor (Condor's Gorge), take a 4- to 5-hour moderately difficult hike through the foothills of the Andes, the Uco Valley range and the Cordón del Plata. After discovering the native flora and fauna of the area, including llamas, foxes and condors, enjoy a mountainside barbecue lunch with your intimate group limited to 12 participants.


  • Trekking tour through the Cordón del Plata range in the Mendoza region
  • Enjoy a moderate 4- to 5-hour hike in the foothills of the Andes with a professional guide
  • Look for native wildlife like foxes, hares, llamas and the majestic Andean condor
  • Fuel up for your trek with a typical Argentine breakfast served at the Quebrada del Condor
  • Rest your legs over an asado (BBQ) lunch on the mountain
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off in Mendoza city included
  • Small-group trek limited to 12 people provides a more personalized experience

What You Can Expect

Mendoza Trekking Tour in the Cordón del Plata with Argentine Asado Lunch

Enjoy the panoramic views!

After pickup at your downtown Mendoza hotel, embark on the 2-hour drive to Quebrada with your small group. Pass through the scenic village of Potrerillos and stop at the viewpoint of Mirador de la Hoyada to snap photos and stretch your legs.

Arrive at the gorge and prepare for your trek with a traditional Argentine breakfast of pastries while you listen to a short safety briefing from your guide. Start your hike a the base of the Cordón del Plata in the Uco Valley. Trek for 4 to 5 hours, depending on the pace of your group and the conditions of the trail. Look out for wildlife like Andean condors, foxes, hares and llamas while you take in the alpine landscape of the surrounding Andes. 

Enjoy a mountainside barbecue lunch, or asado, along the way. Stop for a cup of mate, traditional Argentinian tea made from yerba mate leaves steeped in hot water. 

Follow your guide to a viewpoint 9,185 feet (2,800 meters) above sea level, where you can catch your breath and take some pictures before heading back down the trail. Your full-day excursion ends with drop-off at your Mendoza hotel. 

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