Reach the summit of a 6000-meter peak on this 10-day program to Nevado de Cachi, a beautiful mountain range in the Argentinean province of Salta. Hernan, an AAGM certified guide, will be glad to take you there.
Jan, Feb, Mar, Dec
Nevado de Cachi is a mountain range in Salta, a province in the north of Argentina. This is a very important range in this province. Among its 9 summits, the highest one reaches 6,380 meters, and is the tallest mountain in the Calchaquí Valleys.
During this 10-day program, we’ll have the chance to explore this beautiful range that belongs to the Puna region. We’ll also get to admire the colorful and desert-like landscapes of the area.
Because this will be a challenging excursion, it is very important to have prior mountaineering experience as well as a good fitness level. Additionally, take into account that the duration of the program may vary according to weather conditions.
So, are you ready for an exhilarating excursion in the Argentinean Andes? Then join me for 10 wonderful days in the Argentinean north. Get in touch with me now and send your request!
And, if you wish is to keep exploring the Argentinean north, I also offer a mountaineering program to Ojos del Salado, in the province of Catamarca. Check it out!
Group of 1
USD 2500 Each
Want a different number of travellers?
- Guiding fee
- Transport during the trip
The price includes guide's assistant.
I love the mountain, and all its sports. It is a place where one can find peace and know in depth. It's my ground wire when I need quiet and silence. I started working as a guide and porter in 2006, I have been working and enjoying the beauty of the mountain for many years.
I am a mountain guide AAGM and UIMLA, founder of Rocamadreaventura, a company dedicated to trekking, climbing in ice / rock, high mountain and skiing. Our company is composed of professional guides in charge of showing people what we love.
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This review was for a guide (Gaston Lopez) sent by Hernan. This was the worst guiding I've experienced on any trip taken over the last 8 years on over a dozen trips around the world. Numerous issues that you would not expect from a guide who's been certified for 12+ years. The most significant being: suggested I could wear normal hiking boots on a 6016 meter mountain (Nevado San Francisco) when I've always worn doubles on 6000 and even on cold 5000 meter mountains. An inexperienced person could have had foot issues/frost bite as it was cold the day we summited. Not knowing the route on Ojos - he suggested we try for the summit at 13:30 after moving from Arenal to the higher camp, but couldn't provide an answer when I asked what the average time was for people to summit when leaving from the high camp. We eventually had to turn around from this summit attempt because he seriously misjudged the timing and lost the route during our ascent. After this failed attempt, he said we'd make another attempt the following morning and that it would take maybe 7 hours up and 5 hours down, meaning we'd need to leave by 8:00 at the absolute latest to make it back before dark. The next morning he was still sleeping at 7:00, and hadn't mentioned anything about departure time the night before, so I left before him and led myself up to the plateau before he caught up and we went the rest of the way together. By this point I had lost all confidence in his guiding ability, advice, and planning, so I made the decision to leave on my own for the summit because I knew he wasn't leaving me enough time by sleeping in. Other issues: every time this guide verbalized the itinerary, it was different (he was clearly very disorganized and lacked basic planning skills); this was the worst and cheapest food I've experienced on any trip. Example: after an 11-hour summit day, we had canned lentils, canned vegetables, rice, tuna, and tomatoes mixed together for dinner vs. other teams that ate grilled meat, stir fry, hamburgers, tacos, etc. There was also inadequate/low quality breakfast of cookies and cereal only, as opposed to other teams eating eggs, toast with jam & peanut butter, bread/chapati, etc.; of all the guided teams at Las Grutas, we didn't have paperwork for the car to get past the gendarmie post so we had to get a ride from someone else to Nevado (shows poor planning and logistics); pacing was not great and he was so far ahead of me most of the time that he had no idea what my pace was, not to mention this is a dangerous practice in terms of keeping an eye on your client; guide had no hand sanitizer and didn't wash hands when preparing food; guide incorrectly told me I was developing HAPE because of a cough I tend to get at altitude but my oxsat was 83% and resting heart rate was ~95 bpm at 5500 meters.
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