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Pili Volcano (6046 m) two day guided ascent

Dare come with a guide from the Vulcano Expediciones team on this challenging Pili Volcano (6046 meters) two day guided ascent in Chile!

Mountain RangeAndes
Duration2 days
Offer periodJan, Feb, Mar, Dec
Skill LevelIntermediate
Fitness LevelFit
Type of tripNot specified

Description

The Pili Volcano is also known as the Acamarachi volcano and is part of the Andes mountain range. This Chilean stratovolcano is located in the region of Antofagasta, southeast of San Pedro de Atacama.  At 6,046 meters above sea level, its summit presents one of the most challenging mountaineering adventures of the country.

During our first day, we will explore the Salar de Pujsa. Located at 4,600 meters, in Los Flamencos National Reserve, participants will be able to enjoy a spectacular landscape of mountains, streams and lagoons. Regarding our accommodation, we will sleep in comfortable and cozy tents while enjoying the silence of Mother Nature.

It will be on our second day that we will take on the Pili Volcano. In its crater, we will discover the highest lake in Chile and one of the highest in the world: Lake Acamarachi (5,950 meters).

Keep in mind that the duration of the ascent will be 7 hours and it will take us 3 hours to descend.

The Pili Volcano (6,046 meters) is the highest volcano in northern Chile and is located in the Central Volcanic Zone of the Andes. So if you are ready for this 2-day adventure in one of Chile’s most beautiful volcanoes, request to book this trip and get ready for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure!

The excursion to the Pili volcano can be done in 1 or 2 days depending on the participants wishes. If you are looking for a more challenging trip or you don’t have enough time for a two day guided ascent, you can also join me on this Pili Volcano (6,046 m) one day guided ascent

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Itinerary

Day 1: Salar de Pujsa

We will arrive to the Salar de Pujsa, located at 4,600 meters.

Accommodation in tents.

Day 2: Pili Volcano (6,046 meters)

Ascend the Pili Volcano (6,046 meters).


About the guide

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We are a company dedicated to the service of alternative tourism ADVENTURE AND SPORT for all those who love experiences that combine a fascinating place with different, varied activities and flavored adrenaline.

About lead guide, Christian Fernandez:

I’m originally from Argentina, but live in Chile since 1998. Now I’m settled in the north of Chile, in San Pedro de Atacama, beautiful town in the heart of the Andean section of the dry Atacama dessert.

From there I organize many expeditions to beautiful peaks on a weekly basis. I’ve done more than 300 high altitude ascents, and more than 25 peaks over 6000 metres.

I speak English, Spanish and Portuguese.


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