If you're looking for a bit of a challenge on your trip to South America but don't want to undertake anything too taxing then one publication could have the solution for you.
Adam Seper, a writer for Boots n All magazine, has compiled a list of some of the best hikes in the world that anyone can do – and it features walks to a glacier in Argentina.
I've always been one for exploring the natural scenery of any country I visit and what better way to see some of the mountainous terrain in Argentina than by hiking to one of its glaciers?
The Glacier Torres and Lago Torres in El Chalten are the perfect place to go if you enjoy walking but are not fit enough to take on more challenging hikes, with a steep uphill climb at the start the most strenuous part of this walk, according to Mr Seper.
But it'll be worth it, he commented: "Having the opportunity to hike to something so beautiful and unique is a great experience".
Apparently, the views of the mountains of Cerro Torre and Fitz Roy along the length of the trail make this walk "fantastic".
If, however, you decide that you want to take on something more difficult, there are a host of guided treks that can take you high into the Andes, although be warned, many of them are difficult and you'll need to be in good shape.
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