Conquer the 6108-meter Marmolejo Summit in Central Chile by the hand of local IFMGA aspirant mountain guide Nicolas. A 6-to-8 day climbing experience you'll never forget!
The Marmolejo is the southernmost 6000-meter peak of the Andes. That is why this mountain is a great destination for many adventurers from all over the world. With an altitude change of 3500 meters and a total height of 6108 meters, the ascent becomes a serious expedition.
Along the way we will not have great technical difficulties, except a couple of glacier sections before reaching the summit. However, as it is a long slope it requires a good approach strategy as well as a proper acclimatization. Therefore, this expedition can take between 6 and 8 days depending on the group and weather conditions.
The best feature of the Marmolejo is that it can be climbed all year round. Prices can vary according to the season. Contact me now so I can adjust the program to your expectations.
I’ll be here waiting for your request and ready to offer a custom and safe experience for you and your group!
- Guiding fee
- Transport during the trip
- Permit and entrance fees
- Group porters
Not included: Sleeping bag, sleeping mat, crampons, harness, helmet and technical equipment, boots.
Santiago de Chile
UIAGM/IFMGA Mountain Guide from Chile
Mountain guide and instructor from the Chilean Andinism Federation (FEACH) and certified Wilderness First Responder.
I’ve opened several climbing routes in Chile, and was one of the first and very few Chileans to summit Cerro Torre, Fitz Roy, Paine Grande and Torres del Paine.
I climbed almost all the technical mountain in Cajón del Maipo, in Central Chile, and did some of the most important routes in Yosemite, Indian Creek and Patagonia.
And regarding ski mountaineering, I skied down Mount Illimani and Huayna Potosí in Bolivia, and Cerro Castillo, Morado Norte and Sur in Chile.
AGMTB | UIAGM
Cajón del Maipo, Chile
Nicolas is an excellent guide, with incredible mountaineering knowledge and technique (which was particularly worthwhile during our expedition when we encountered harsh winter conditions). His english is also very good. In short, I recommend this mountain guide.
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