Ascent to Domuyo Volcano, 4707m

Domuyo Volcano is an amazing mountain for challenges lovers. During this 6-day trek you may find surfaces with signs of volcanic activity...




Trip Duration

6 days

Mountain Range


People per Guide

3 people

Trip Level


Offer Period

Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Nov, Dec

Type of Trip

Not specified



    The Domuyo Volcano is an imposing mountain from which the Cordillera del Viento is born. It is located in the north of the Patagonian province of Neuquén. With 4707 meters it is the highest mountain of The Patagonia and due to its geothermal activity, the name of this mountain means “it trembles and grumbles” in the Mapuche language.

    Domuyo Volcano is also known as “The Patagonia Roof” and we recommend physical training and technical skills to climb it. From its summit we can admire the Southern Cordillera of Mendoza, the Northwest of Neuquen, Chile, the volcanoes Copahue, Antuco, Nevados de Chillán, Tromen and the mountains Campanario and Sierra Nevada. Its hills are full of solfataras as a result of spring waters and geiseres.

    The full itinerary of this 6-day trip through the Domuyo Volcano, is here:

    DAY 1

    Meeting in Chos Malal, driving to Varvarco and night in a lodge (not included)

    DAY 2

    Ascent to the base camp at 3100 meters.

    DAY 3

    Acclimatization and rest day.

    DAY 4

    If we are ok and if weather conditions allow us we can try to get to the Domuyo Volcano summit. If not, we will spend an acclimatization and rest day.

    DAY 5

    Return to Chos Malal (final of our services)

    DAY 6

    Extra day in case of bad weather conditions.

    It is a mountaineering experience we have to live. And I am the guide you need to achieve it. I will be waiting for your contact!

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    Price includes

    • Guiding fee
    • Transport during the trip
    • Permit and entrance fees

    Other details


    Accommodation in Varvarco is not included.

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    LEVEL: You need technical skills and a good physical training.


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