Climbing on ice is a risk; it comes with unpredictable terrain and dependence on weather conditions especially. If you are a fan of winter mountains and ascents, then ice climbing is just for you. The Andes mountain range in Argentina provides the best destination for ice climbers. For example, Santa Cruz within Los Glaciares National Park, Río Negro—an ideal combination of ice climbing and mountaineering, and Mendoza where one can find a beautiful route across the glacier Cerro Tolosa. This whole area is all about majestic mountains combined with amazing landscapes.
The weather conditions in these spots differ according to the mountain location. In general, the season for ice climbing in the Andes lasts from November to April, and the most popular months are December and March.