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Hello beautiful people! Ready to embark on one of the most exciting adventures at the End of the World? Ushuaia, the southernmost city, awaits you with a unique experience: trekking to the Ojo del Albino Glacier. But did I tell you the best? Not only are you going to explore, you are also going to feel, climb and immerse yourself in the Patagonian majesty. Come, I'll tell you everything.

I discovered the magic of trekking in Ushuaia

Why choose trekking to the Ojo del Albino Glacier? Well, because it is more than just a path. Each step you take on this itinerary brings you closer to the very essence of Ushuaia. You will begin your trip on the traditional path to Laguna Esmeralda, a landscape that in itself is a gift.

A path full of surprises

As you advance, you will notice that the path changes. There is no more vegetation around and you will find yourself in challenging mountain terrain. But don't worry, here at Excursions In Ushuaia, we are going to assure you that our guide will show you the friendliest path.

Adrenaline and excitement in the Glacier

But wait, the best is yet to come. After a walk that tests you, suddenly, the majestic Ojo del Albino Glacier unfolds before your eyes. That immensity of ice surrounded by the imposing Rhino towers will leave you breathless. Imagine yourself there, in the middle of nowhere, having lunch and contemplating that wonder.

More than a walk, an experience on ice

If the weather and conditions permit, it's time to put on your crampons and begin a unique hike on the ice. Feel the crunch under your feet, let yourself be surprised by the frozen formations and the panoramic views that will take your breath away.


  • "Desde Buenos Aires viajé solo, buscando una experiencia única. Gracias a Excursiones En Ushuaia y su equipo, descubrí la magia de Ushuaia y el Glaciar Ojo del Albino. ¡Un viaje inolvidable!" - Lucas M., Buenos Aires
  • "Mi esposa y yo siempre soñamos con recorrer la Patagonia. Con Excursiones En Ushuaia, no solo lo logramos, sino que vivimos la mejor excursión de nuestras vidas. El Glaciar es una maravilla y el equipo nos trató como amigos." - Juliana y Esteban, Córdoba
  • "Viajé con mis nietos a Ushuaia y la experiencia en el Glaciar Ojo del Albino fue espectacular. Desde el guía hasta los paisajes, todo fue perfecto. Gracias Excursiones En Ushuaia por hacerlo posible." - Rosa L., Mendoza

After living an experience like this, Ushuaia remains engraved in your heart. If you feel the call of adventure and want to live unique moments, don't wait any longer. Reserve your place on our next excursion and discover the best of the End of the World with us.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it necessary to have previous trekking experience?

No, but good physical condition is essential due to the challenging nature of the excursion.

Are crampons included?

Yes, we provide all the necessary equipment for ice walking.

Is the excursion carried out in any weather?

Safety is our priority. If weather conditions are not suitable, modifications will be made to the itinerary.

What does lunch include?

A hot lunch to replenish energy in the middle of the trek.

How long does the complete excursion last?

The entire tour takes one day, including transfers to and from Ushuaia.

Is there a minimum or maximum age to participate?

Yes, the minimum recommended age is 12 years and there is no maximum age, as long as the person is in good health and physical condition.

What type of footwear is appropriate for the excursion?

It is recommended to use trekking boots because they offer good ankle support and are waterproof.

Can I bring my own food?

Of course, although we offer lunch, you are free to bring snacks or additional food if you wish.

What should I carry in my backpack?

We recommend that you bring water, sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, gloves, a scarf, waterproof clothing and an additional layer of warm clothing.

What is the difficulty level of the trekking?

It is of a medium to advanced level, so it is important to have good physical condition.

What security measures do they take into account?

We have guides trained in first aid, we carry an emergency kit and we make sure that each participant has the appropriate equipment.

Are there bathrooms on the route?

No, there are no established bathrooms on the route. We recommend going to the bathroom before starting the excursion and bringing toilet paper in case you need to make a stop in nature.

Is the excursion suitable for people with reduced mobility?

Due to the nature of the terrain, this excursion is not recommended for people with reduced mobility.

Can the excursion be done in winter?

Yes, although the landscape and conditions change, it is possible to trek in winter, as long as weather conditions allow it.

Are there discounts for large groups?

Yes, we offer discounts for groups of more than 10 people. You can contact us directly for more information.

Can I bring my pet?

Unfortunately, we do not allow pets on the tour to preserve the local ecosystem and for safety reasons.

What happens if I get injured or can't continue?

Our guides are trained to handle emergency situations and will carry first aid equipment. If you cannot continue, the necessary measures will be taken to guarantee your safety.

Is there Wi-Fi or mobile signal on the route?

Given the remote location, you may not have a cell signal for much of the excursion. We recommend that you inform family or friends of your itinerary before leaving.

What happens if the weather is too bad on the day of the excursion?

If weather conditions are too adverse, the tour may be canceled or rescheduled to ensure everyone's safety.

Is it safe to drink water from the streams or lakes we find along the way?

Although the water may seem crystal clear, it is always advisable to carry bottled water or use purifying tablets if you decide to drink from natural sources.

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