Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Dec
Transfer from Santiago to Valle Nevado. Short and easy hike to the Base Camp in Piedra Numerada (3300 m). Acclimatization in the camp and night at dome tent.
The mules will take our gear in the morning. We’ll hike for 5 hours through an easy path with a 900 altitude gain to Camp Federación (4130 m). Here we’ll set our tents and plan the next day.
Early start towards the summit. We’ll pass through the sector of La Olla, the Pirka of the Inca, the Glacier and hopefully arrive at noon to the summit. Then we’ll go back to camp Federación.
Hike down to Valle Nevado. The mules will carry our gear down. We’ll get to Valle Nevado at 4pm aproximatley and take the transfer to Santiago, where we’ll arrive at 7pm.
Santiago de Chile.
Dome tent at Base Camp and tent up in the mountain.
The following items can be added to the trip if required:
- Meals where each participant cooks: 230 USD per person.
- Meals + Expedition cook: 320 USD per person.
- An extra day can be added to the program in case of bad weather conditions.
UIAGM/IFMGA Aspirant Guide from Chile
I’m a mountain guide of UIAGM –IFMGA aspirant, I was born in 1983, I live in Pucón, a small city in the northern Patagonia of Chile, a long and narrow country of mountains, that permits do a ski and ski tour in winter and spring and rock climbing and mountaineering in the spring, summer, and autumn.
I love all the mountains sports and enjoy spending my time there.
I start to guide since 2012 as a national mountain guide and since 2016 as an international mountain guide of UIAGM-IFMGA.
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