Tierra Helada

20 to 55 derees farenheit

Why you should come and visit

  • The temperatures are low so if you're in for a challenge come to the top of the mountain with us and see how cold you really are.
  • We have a complimentary gas mask shop so everyone can breathe happy for free.
  • We have a great supply of our minerals because miners our working in our mines all day long to bring you minerals you need for buildings and such.

Q&A with satisfied visitors

  • Question: What did you think of your experience here in Tierra Helada?
  • Answer: I loved being here in the mountains and seeing the natives and their customs and climbing to the top of Mount Aconcagua, the tallest mountain in the Andes.


  • Question: Would you recommend this place to a friend or to a family member?
  • Answer: Yes, definitely.
  • Question: Okay. So what would you tell them?
  • Answer: I would tell them that It is a great challenge to live up here. You see people in heavy coats made of wool and farms with llamas and alpacas. It is very rare to see a tree in this region of the mountains. I would tell them that it is a great experience and I will remember it for the rest of my life.


In the top left corner is a picture of a llama on a farm in the Andes Mountains.

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Basic Information

The people on the mountains take place in building houses, farming alpacas and llamas, and sewing new clothes. They live in houses but they pray to their gods and to the earth before they start building the house. Their houses are little shacks that have little furnishings; a bed and an alter. A man of the house will go out and hunt for food everyday and they will also eat vegetables from lower down the mountain.

In the top left corner is a picture of a house in the mountains.
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This is a picture of a Mayan hut. It has few furnishings and a hammock/bed. This hut is fairly modern but some families have a traditional house with less accessories.