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Mount Fitz Roys is 11,073 feet – the highest spire in a compact range of granite peaks in Parque Nacional Los Glaciares, in Argentine Patagonia. The average hike is about 40 miles but not strenuous. This trek is the only permissible trekking locale within the expansive park. The best time to go is between November and April. The challenge level is moderate for people who don’t hike a lot but it won’t be a problem if trekking has been a hobby of yours. People like this trail because of the extraordinarily diverse scenery.