- High Altitude Mountaineering expedition in the Chilean Andes

A trip through the big mountains of Chile, where we will visit the classic “San José de Maipo” and the desert highlands of the “Puna de Atacama” to experience the High-Altitude volcano climbing. The Andes is the most important mountain range in America, passing through 7 countries along its 7.500 kilometers. In Chile, the Andes

- Trekking to the Puntiagudo Volcano

Described by an old andean journal: “The Puntiagudo is the steepest mountain in the Southern Chile; its abrupt silhouette is cut into the blue sky like a needle that pierces the clouds “. This spectacular stratovolcano is flanked by a dense Valdivian forest, around the Puntiagudo (spanish word for “Pointy”) stand alerces (Fitzroya cupressoides) and

- 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

- Volcanoes trekking, from Osorno to Puerto Varas

A journey of almost 100 kilometers in which we follow the road formed between the Casa Blanca and Osorno volcanoes. Starting at the province of Osorno we enter the Puyehue National Park towards the Bertín lagoon, our base camp for the ascension of the Casa Blanca volcano. The descent takes us south to the Rupanco

- Full Day Outdoors Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park

Since the europeans started making life in Southern Chile, the Petrohue area and the Osorno volcano are they favorite places to enjoy outdoor life and being in the nature. During our Full Day in the Vicente Perez Rosales national park will visit the Petrohue waterfalls, navigate the Emerald lake, hike in the slopes of Osorno

- 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

- Multi-pitch climbing in Cochamo

Granite walls of thousand meters of height – like the ones in Yosemite Valley – just a journey south of Pto. Varas, Cochamó is our multi pitch and big wall mecca. With a young development (+- from the year 2.000) the area has continued growth and expanding the possibilities for different grades and climb types.

- Trekking to La Picada

The remains of an ancient volcano are the closest neighbor of Osorno Volcano. A sedimentary mountain with steep ravines. It was named by the Mapuches as “Caulle” (Seagull) and is commonly known as “La Picada”. The route provides an insight into Chile’s oldest national park. With a Patagonian landscape, this trekking will give us wonderful

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