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Chilean Volcanoes 16-day spliboarding traverse

Snowboarding Chilean Volcanoes
Pucon
Lonquimay

Explore the impressive Chilean Volcanoes on this 16-day trip with Andrea, an IFMGA certified mountain guide. He'll take you splitboarding to the best slopes.

Not specified

Andes

16 Days

Sep

Fit


Description

Get ready for an incredible adventure in the Chilean Volcanoes. During 16 days, we’ll explore the most impressive heights and enjoy long and wonderful descents. Join me for this beautiful Andes trip.

The route I have planned for you is located in the Araucania region, one of the best in South America for splitboarding and skiing. The powder snow is simply amazing and we’ll get to enjoy a beautiful scenery as well, filled with forests and lakes. Some of the places we’ll be visiting include: Lanin, Llaima, Lonquimay, Mocho, Osorno, Pucón, and many others. All these volcanoes range from 2,000 to 3,000 meters! Make sure to check the itinerary below for more details.

This trip is recommended for physically fit snowboarders, looking for a challenge. Skiers are welcome too. We’ll leave from Milan and discover these amazing varied and steep slopes.

If you’re ready to explore this remote area, send your request now! The incredible Chilean Volcanoes will take your breath away.

I also offer a splitboarding trip to the amazing Maira Valley if you are looking for an option on the other side of the Atlantic.

Prices per person

Group of 1

EUR 3490 Each

Group of 2

EUR 3490 Each

Group of 3

EUR 3490 Each

Group of 4

EUR 3490 Each

Group of 5

EUR 3490 Each

Group of 6

EUR 3490 Each

Want a different number of travellers?

Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Accommodation included

- Flight to the start

- Transportation start and back

- Transport during the trip

Price details

The price includes the flight from/to Milan with ski baggage and a 20kg baggage. Transfers are in 4X4 Jeeps.


Itinerary

Day 1: Flight from Milan to Temuco via Santiago

Day 2: Transfer to Andenrose Lodge

Day 3: Lonquimay (2865m)

Day 4: Llaima (3125m)

Day 5: Transfer to Pucón

Tour around the town.

Day 6 to 7: Lanin (3777m)

We’ll splitboard down 2000m! Night in the bivac.

Day 8: Villarica (2840m)

We’ll return to Pucón at the end of the day.

Day 9: Mocho

Overnight in Neltune. Possible visit to waterfalls.

Day 10: Transfer to Entrelagos or Puyehue

Relaxing day.

Day 11: Puyehue (2240m)

Day 12: Casablanca (1190m)

Day 13: Osorno (2652m)

Return to Puerto Varas.

Day 14: Transfer to Temuco

We’ll tour around the city.

Day 15 to 16: Flight back to Milan

 

Details

Accommodation

Hotel/Lodge, and one night in mountain hut.

More info

Make sure to bring splitboarding equipment. You need to have crampon use knowledge.

Meeting point

Milan.

About the guide

I am a certified Mountain Guide living in Val Maira, where I'm from.
I practice all the aspects of the mountain, but above all what I like the most is exploring wild and unfrequented paths.
I love travelling. have vast experience in the area of Barcelona and Sheffield, in the heart of the Peak District.
I work together with other IFMGA mountain guides, within the Global Mountain team.
I alternate my passion for the mountains with my other job as an engineer.

Languages

Italian | English

Certificates

IFMGA

Residence

Val Maira


What people are saying about Andrea Garelli

Tanya Glanville-Wallis

5.00

September, 2022

EPIC as ever! Thank you so much team :)

Sophie Bufton

5.00

August, 2021

Exemplary is the word. Andrea's colleague Simone was my guide for this ascent. Andrea coordinated my solo expedition of Monte Argentera with only a few days notice. Conversation with Simone was easy and fascinating from the get-go. He tailored the expedition to suit me best: we moved at a faster pace and took time to meet the wild animals. He introduced me to harness-and-rope based mountain-climbing and created challenges within my limits - always acknowledged the small accomplishments which was very reassuring!. After the main ascent, Simone used his climbing expertise to reach a child who had fallen from a cliff and assisted in an air-ambulance secours. He took it all in his stride and his humility and heroism were exemplary. As my mountaineering debut, I've come away from the experience with confidence, trust and fascination - I would be thrilled to do another.




 

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