Jan, Feb, Mar, Dec
Review of knots, climbing strategies, meteorology, recognition of the walls of Cochamo. Arrival at La Junta after 4 hours of walking.
Safety system, progression in cracks and emplacements, sport climbing, mobile and fixed bolts and anchorages. Lesson about multi-pitch routes in order to be able to climb a wall.
2 or 3 pitches to climb with cracks of intermediate difficulty (5.10+).
Preparation and strategy for climbing Cerro Trinidad or Aleta de Tiburon (depending on the level of the group).
Here we’ll organize the equipment and celebrate the end of the expedition.
Return to Cochamo (4 hours of walking) and Puerto Varas. End of the course where I’ll give you a final report and a personal diploma.
Aspirant IFMGA/UIAGM Mountain Guide from Chile
I was born in 1990, and I always been surrounded by mountains, with family and friends in the Andes.
I did the first Chilean ascent to Cerro Torre via Ferrari route, four ascents to Mt, Fitz Roy, more than 12 to Torres del Paine and the first alpine traverse of the three towers.
I also climbed in the Himalayas, Yosemite, and other Andean countries such as Argentina, Bolivia and Peru.
I did the IFMGA/UIAGM aspirant course in 2017 in Bolivia, and completed the AIARE level 2 avalanche training.
I work together with my brother Juan (we are the Señoret Brothers). Contact me if you want to discover the most beautiful mountain spots in Chile!
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