Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Nov, Dec
Group reception in the town of Fiambalá. Informative talk and equipment check. Accommodation in hostel.
Breakfast. Transfer to Las Grutas Refuge(4000 m), our base for the next few days.
Breakfast. Acclimatization trek to a hot springs area, a few kilometers from the refuge.
Breakfast. Ascent to Cerro Falso Morocho (4700 m). We will continue our acclimatization process and appreciate all the beauty of the place at the same time. Return to refuge.
Breakfast. From las Grutas Refuge a transfer will take us to Refugio Vial N ° 5 (4700 m), located in San Francisco International Pass.
Breakfast. Climb to High Camp I (5200 m), where we will spend the night and enjoy an incredible view of the Laguna Verde (Green Lagoon) and the surrounding mountains.
Breakfast. In the early morning we will begin the ascent to the summit of the San Francisco Volcano (6050 m). Descent towards Camp I.
Breakfast. Transfer to the town of Fiambalá. Overnight in hostel. Hot springs and farewell asado.
Breakfast. End of program.
*The itinerary has an extra day in case of bad weather.
-2 nights accommodation in hostel or cabin in Fiambala
-Refuge and Camp
Contact me for information about the price.
The price also includes:
-Personal advice before the expedition
-Equipment check and advice to buy and/or rent gear
-Reception in Fiambalá
-Transfer Fiambalá-San Francisco-Fiambalá
-2 nights accommodation in hostel in Fiambalá
-Complete kitchen equipment for expedition
-All meals during expedition
-Mountain first aid kit
-VHF and GPS communications equipment
Mountain Guide - EPGAMT - Argentina
I was born in Patagonia, Argentina and formed at an early age as a climber in the Nahuel Huapi National Park. Currently I completed a large number of rock and ice climbing routes, backcountry skiing and ascents in many mountains around the world such as Mt. Lhotse (8.516 mts.), the 4th highest peak in the world, without using supplemental oxygen (May, 2012).
I'm a certified Mountain Guide from the EPGAMT and a member of the Argentinian Mountain Guides Association (AAGM) and work on Mt. Aconcagua, which I had repeatedly ascended, as well as in other peaks in the Central Andes, Patagonia, Chile, Peru, Bolivia and in The Himalayas in Nepal.
During the winter season, I practice backcountry skiing, mostly on the volcanoes in Patagonia, where I can offer you different adventures, according to your level (beginner, learner or advanced learner).
I feel very privileged to work as a mountain guide, to do the job that I love, and to be able to share it with people that have the same passion.
Join my expeditions and I will provide you a high standard of safety and personal attention!
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