The Patagonian high route is located in the middle between Argentina and Chile.
With its starting point in Bariloche, the Patagonian high route is a classical trekking trail combined with some technical climbs.
That’s why a hard training is mandatory. You also have to be prepared to do a lot of hiking and mountaineering. We will leave Colonia Suiza in Bariloche hiking along amazing lagoons and landscapes.
Our next point will be at Pampa Linda where we’ll rest before the biggest challenge of the trip: reaching up to the summit of Mount Tronador. Once in there, we’ll descend to Paso de Las Nubes so that we can cross to the Chilean side via Puerto Frias.
When we are in Chile the second stage of the trip begins. A ferry will take us to Puerto Varas passing along Todos Los Santos Lake. And here starts our last huge objective: getting to Osorno Volcano summit!
Are you ready for such an amazing adventure across the Patagonian high route? If you are, please find below more details about the day-by-day itinerary.
- DAY 1: Colonia Suiza to Black Lagoon Hut
- DAY 2: Black Lagoon- Cab Lake Camp
- DAY: Cab Lake – Creton Lake at 350 meters Camp
- DAY 4: Creton Lake – Illon Lagoon. Night at Camp
- DAY: Illon Lagoon -Pampa Linda accommodation
- DAY 6: Resting day in Pampa Linda Lodge
- DAY 7: Otto Meiling hut
- DAY 8: Meiling hut- Tronador Peak – Meiling hut
- DAY 9: Rocca refuge
- DAY 10: Roca Refuge – Paso de las Nubes – Puerto Frias – Peulla Lodge
- DAY 11: Puerto Varas. Night in a Hotel
- DAY 12: Resting day in Puerto Varas. Osorno Volcano hut
- DAY 13: Osorno Summit. Night in a hotel
- DAY 14: Return to Bariloche by transfer or ferry
Contact me now and book your place. This trek via the Patagonian high route will be great. You won’t regret!!
Price per person
- Guiding fee
- All meals during trip
- Transport during the trip
- Group equipment
- Personal Insurance