- Climb Puntiagudo Volcano

With its narrow silhouette the Puntiagudo is a mountain closely linked to the history of mountaineering in Chile and the region itself. With a tragic first ascent and an with “Patagonian climb” feeling, is the Chilean Matterhorn one of those ascents that become memorable stories. The spectacular volcano is flanked by the dense Valdivian forest,

- Climb Casa Blanca Volcano

Also known as Antillanca, the Mapudungun word for “the jewel of the sun”, attempting its summit will allow us to discover the world of mountaineering and enjoy incredible views of the Chilean Lakes District. Rising along the road between the cities of Osorno and Bariloche; with its last eruption more than 2000 years ago, the

- Half Day Outdoors Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park

If you have not so much time to explore deeply our lakes and volcanoes, but you will like to do an active but not demanding experience on them: the Osorno volcano and Petrohue river may suit perfect for it! Just around an hour of driving from Pto. Varas, the “Solitario” trail goes downhill on the

- 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 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

- Southern Chile: Volcanoes, Valleys, Lakes and Hot Springs

In the middle of the 19th century the government of Chile decided to recolonize the South of their land, searching for eurpean immigrants to stabilize the regions Los Lagos and Los Rios. The ground where the immigrants founded citiies like Valdivia, Osorno, Puerto Varas and Puerto Montt is also the home of most of the

- 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 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

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