Human nature is always looking for something different and incredible, like Fitz Roy, which is covered by heavy snow actually a breathtaking mountain. Monte Fitz Roy is also popular as Cerro Chaltén, Cerro Fitz Roy, or Mount Fitz Roy is a mountain located near El Chaltén village, in the Southern Patagonian Ice Field in Patagonia, on the border between Argentina and Chile. This is extremely popular tourists destination including Laguna de Los Tress Lagooon, Torre, and the nearby climbing the Cerro Electrico. It is also famous for mountain trekkers which circuits and departure from El Chalten offering amazing mountains views.
There are 15 routes to reach the mountain peak, and challenging indeed for climbers, and it remains among the most technically challenging mountains on Earth for mountaineers. In winter, snow scenery is on their peak with the clouds surround them must be one of unique natural phenomenon. Fitz Roy mountains range is very popular among the tourists of different countries, to watch the real beauty of mountains and sky. The climbers and trekkers are really inspired with the beauty of Fitz Roy. All tourists’ facilities are available here along with food restaurant, who are always in action to offering you delicious and tasty foods. It’s a safe and sound place for your winter holidays with your family. The mountain is first climbed by French Alpinists Lionel Terray and Guido Magnone in 1952.
Francisco Moreno unearth the mountain on March 12, 1877, and named it Fitz Roy, well inspired from Robert FitzRoy, who was captain of the HMS Beagle had travelled up the Santa Cruz River in 1834 and charted large parts of the Patagonian coast. Fitz Roy was only one of a number of peaks the Tehuelche called Chaltén. Fitz Roy has a reputation of being “Ultimate” in spite of its average height, but sheer granite, and long stretches makes him arduous technical climbing mountain. The weather of this region is exceptionally inclement and treacherous. World’s famous photographers really inspired the beauty of this area due to its otherworldly shape. Despite of recent development of El Calafate international airport and El Chalten village, the area is still fairly accessible.