At Temuco aiport.
In lodges, mountain huts and camping.
The tour is addressed to back country skiers who already have some experience and good physical condition. Participants should be conditionally able to perform 5 hours climbs and about 7 hours total touring time on the day. Technically you should master descents off piste up to a slope of about 35 degrees. Mountaineering experience is not mandatory.
Equipment: backpack 30-40L with skis carrying system, glacier equipment (harness, ice axe, crampons, 4 biners, 120cm sling), avalanche safety equipment, skis, climbing skins, ski touring boots, ski crampons, telescopic poles with large plates, technical underwear, touring pants, wind and waterproof jacket (hardshell, breathable) or soft shell jacket (depending on weather), intermediate layer / insulating layer (fleece or insulating jacket depending on weather), well-fitting socks, warm gloves, warm hat, sleeping bag -10°C, sleeping pad, sunscreen and lip protection factor 30, sunglasses, thermos (unbreakable) and water bottle (or both, depending on the tour, weather and preference), passport, identity card, camera, cell phone, charger, credit card, cash in CLP.
Hi, my name is Juho, a mountain guide originally from Finland. I started to guide when I came to Chile end of 2006. I was a living and working in Chile while I took UIAGM guiding cources in Argentina until 2011. Nowadays I am living on the shore of Lake of Constanz on Swiss-German border. ...and guiding from here in the Alps, Northern Scandinavia and in the Andes. I have also a small guiding company in Konstanz.
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