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School me on Patagonia. I know, I know, wrong forum. But it involves skiing. Padded Room might be best, be with the miscreants that frequent that dark and scary corner of the interwebs, I'd be worried the only beta I'll get is where the best brothels and drug dealers can be found.
The future wife and I are headed to Patagonia for our honeymoon. Yeah, I know it's the size of Texas. No, we can't stay long enough to see it all. But we'll do 9 days in country, and at least 8 can be in the region. It'll be early September, so skiing is an obvious option.
But we're not going to ski for seven days. Too much to see and I'd never forgive myself for passing up all that extra stuff. We want to see glaciers and penguins and the edge of the world and all that stuff too. There are a lot of need to do's and nice to do's. We clearly want to see El Calafate. I'd love to do some actual glacier travel, or maybe some ice climbing.
The questions I've got are, What is a must do? What is a nice to do? What is not worth doing at all too isolated, too touristy, nothing to actually see, do? I am unclear on why you would want to go to El Calafate in the winter. What do you plan to for the very short days? You want way too much for an eight day winter trip. Stay in Bariloche and San Martin. Best patagonian brothels are in Bariloche and the best drug dealers are down the road in El Bolson.
How much time do you want to spend travelling and dealing with said attendant "A-Factor"? Do you need to have nice places to stay and eat - thinking a number of places may be closed in El Calafate for the winter.