Adrian Falcone was born in Bariloche, capital of the Patagonian lake district, in February 1958. He was trained as a National Park Ranger and worked in the Lanin, Los Glaciares, Nahuel Huapi and Perito Moreno National Parks for twenty five years. He completed a training course in management of natural areas from Colorado State University, Colorado, U.S.A, in 1992, and a university degree from the Universidad de Tucumán in Protected Areas Management. After his retirement from the National Park Service, he trained as a Mountain Guide, getting the qualification from the Argentinean Association of Mountain Guides (AAGM) in 2008. As a Park Ranger, he was trained to work in the fields of education, research, rescue and hazardous fires and administration of protected areas, and now as a guide, he loves sharing all his knowledge! He has guided over 30 expeditions to the Patagonian Ice Fields over the Marconi Pass, the Paso del Viento or the Huemul Pass and lives in El Chaltén with his family.
With more than twenty five years of experience in Patagonia, Adrian Falcone is one of the most insightful adventure guides in El Chaltén. As a native of Northern Patagonia, through the years Adrian Falcone has developed a passionate appreciation for the heirloom Patagonian flora and fauna of the region. A self-proclaimed wildlife lover, there are few, if any, guides in El Chaltén that can match Adrian Falcone in charisma. Furthermore, Adrian is wholeheartedly committed to ecological sustainability and environmental preservation in Patagonia and beyond.
Hike in Los Glaciares National Park with Adrian Falcone!
On select Patagonia Expeditions, Adrian Falcone will lead guided hikes in Los Glaciares National Park, providing insights into the extraordinary habitat that thrives beneath the iconic Fitz Roy Range. These guided treks include journeys to Laguna de los Tres as well as Lago Torre depending on the itinerary.