Rising 2,670 meters above sea level is the Almirante Nieto Peak, which makes up the southeast section of the Paine Massif. During the climb you’ll enjoy some truly extravagant natural views of the isolated range of southern Patagonia. You’ll catch sight of a collection of peaks on the Cordillera Paine, rocky spires, picturesque lakes, rivers and even the southern ice cap.
Best time to visit
Visit between the months of November and March for ideal mountain climbing conditions
What’s the weather like?
The climate here is infamously unpredictable and adds to the challenge. The four seasons can pass through the area in a single day. Average temperatures here hover around 13°C in the warmer months
Located between the breathtaking Torres Del Paine and the Cuernos Del Paine stands the Almirante Nieto Peak in the deep Patagonian south of Chile. Held within the Torres Del Paine Park, it makes up the southeast section of the Paine Massif. Climbing the Nieto Peak provides unrivalled panoramic access to the entire park, and as such is a much sought after summit to scale
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