Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Nov, Dec
Arrival to Fiambalá at 1.500m. Meeting with the guide, equipment checking, hosting and dinner.
Transfer to Pastos Largos 3.300 meters, where we spend the night in an adobe hut.
We will trek around Pastos Largos with the objective of gaining as altitude as possible and get acclimatized. We will try to ascend to a 4000-meter hill.
In the morning, we will be taken to Las Grutas at 4.000 meters above sea level. We will rest in the hut of the Provincial Roads in order to start a new acclimatization. During this day we will take care of nutrition, hydration, physical effort and our general conditions.
Trekking to Las Condoreras, Ruinas Incas and Vega del San Francisco. Rest and acclimatization consolidation.
Ascent to Falso Morocho Hill at 4.500 meters (depending on the individual acclimatization grade of each participant).
Ascent to 5.300-meter Bertrand Volcano (depending on the individual acclimatization grade of each participant).
From Las Grutas, a transfer will take us to the Incahuasi base. We will trek to our Camp 1 at 5.000 meters of height.
A new trek from Camp 1 to Camp 2 at 5.700 meters.
Resting day. We should regain strength although we can use this day for a summit attempt.
Summit attempt. We leave the campsite early in the morning and we try to get to the top and back to Camp 2.
From our Camp 2 we will hike down to the Camp 1 where a transfer will take us back to Fiambalá. Ending of the expedition and our services.
La Gruta Hut and hostel in Fiambalá
trekking pants / polar or thermal pants/ waterproof pants/ first skin underwear pants/ 2 pairs of high mountain warm socks/ 2 pairs of Polypropylene socks / 2 pairs of trekking socks/ high mountain double boots/ leggings/ 2 short-sleeved shirts /2 first skin underwear long-sleeved shirts/ polar or wind-stopper suit or jacket / warm jacket (primarily duvet)/ Rain jacket/ firs skin thin gloves / 1 pair of warm gloves and a spare one/ mitten covers or waterproof gloves / sun hat / polar hat/ buff or polar neck / category 3-4 sunglasses / spare sunglasses/ trekking poles/ 75 + 15 lts backpack / headlamp with spare batteries/ sleeping bag (-15º / -25ºC)/ insulating mat/ 1 l. unbroken thermal water/ multipurpose penknife/ unbroken glass and dish/ 2 1-liter bottles/ personal first aid kit/ sun screen (factor 60 or more)/ lip balm / moisturizing lotion/ lighter/ nylon bags/ crampons and pickaxe cruise (depending on terrain conditions).
Optional: personal cleanliness gear/ camera/ cellphone/ GPS
EPGAMT Mountain guide from Argentina.
The mountain is my workplace and space to enjoy what I like to do ... mountaineering.
I climbedd and promoted various mountains and volcanoes such as: Aconcagua , Ojos del Salado, Pissis , Walter Penck , Incahuasi, Plata, Rincon, Vallecitos , etc.
The mountain can find oneself, to rediscover the essence and every moment. It is a natural place that transmits balance, harmony, tranquility and at the same time, tests us and motivates us to self-improvement. The mountain is accessible to all, just enough to take the first step ... we offer a different experience to share.
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