- Climb the Volcanoes of Southern Chile!

Life in Southern Chile is defined by the close relationship it shares with the natural landscapes of the region. Volcanoes and glaciers dominate the land, shape our geology and define our way of life. Huella Andina’s “Volcanoes Journey” is an invitation to experience the Lakes District from a perspective that only the mountains can deliver.

- Trekking: from Todos los Santos to the Rupanco Lake

There is a valley that connects the Emerald and Rupanco Lakes. Where an historic trail runs between evergreen forests, thousand year old trees, natural hot springs, meadows with cattle grazing and a few settlers that happily will host us. Commonly know as “El Callao” is the low area of land that in 25 kilometers connect

- Ice Climbing in the Osorno Volcano

Glaciers have shaped the landscape of southern Chile: crevasses and seracs allow us to enjoy safely the world of ice climbing. Located within the National Park Vicente Pérez Rosales the Osorno volcano puts us in a prime location to enjoy from above the lake region. Slightly shifted to the west of the Andes mountain range

- Climbing Cerro La Picada

A mountain ascent immersed in a Patagonian landscape; less physically demanding than the climb of Osorno or Calbuco. With a dynamic route: combining trekking with easy steps on rock, unique and contemplative views of the major volcanoes, the lake All Saints and the Fields of Lake Llanquihue. The climbing route allows safe and entertaining ascent

- Climb Calbuco Volcano

A climb that combines the evergreen forest and the vestiges of the last eruptions, mixing a the trekking in volcanic scree with easy rock climbing during the summer or on snowy slopes during the winter and the spring. With a huge crater in its upper part and a pyramid of rock in its main summit.

- Trekking Cochamo, Cerro Arcoiris & Trinidad lagoon

Cochamo is one of those places that can bring together the best of southern Chile: the simple life of its people submerged in an endless possibilities for an outdoor life experience. The valley rises along the Cochamo River, ending in the Reloncavi fjord and connecting Chile and Argentina through “Paso El León”. Its steep granite

- Trekking: Casa Blanca Volcano to the natural hot springs of Rupanco Lake

The east shore of the Rupanco Lake is one of those places where modern infrastructure has – luckily for us- slowly came. The natural hot springs are just in the shore of the lake, but in the opposite side of where a car can arrive. Despite the settlers discovered them early in the 20th century

- Trekking to the Glacier of the Osorno volcano

The classic silhouette of the volcano colored from its feet – on the Llanquihue lake – and up to bottom of the glacier by the green of the Valdivian rain forest, where – depending on the season – the dark color of the rocks is bleached by snow descending from its snowy summit. Located within

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