Witness the vivid colours and sheer size of Perito Moreno Glacier, the star attraction of Glaciers National Park on Lake Argentino. This is one of very few advancing glaciers in the world that forms a bridge across the lake that periodically crashes into the waters below. You may see chunks of blue ice cracking and calving off into the Tempanos Channel below to thunderous echoes and spot floating icebergs. A two hour drive from El Calafate brings you to the foot of Perito Moreno Glacier which you can view from the walkways directly in front. The glacier is 30km long and equivalent of a 12 storey building in height. To get closer to this remarkable natural phenomenon, take an optional short boat ride to don crampons on your shows and take a short hike on the glacier surface itself. Optional glacier trekking 10-65 years only.