- Chile´s Volcanoes: 4 Summits in the Andes Range

The Volcanoes Journey by Huella Andina is an invitation to live the Andes: to get to know its most characteristic mountains and experience its people, nature and culture as only the longest mountain range in the world can create. The Andes are the most important mountains in America. Along its 7,500km, passing through 7 countries,

- 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

- 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

- 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,

- 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 through the valleys of Puelo and Cochamo

Multiday trekking itinerary to discover wonderful and uninhabited places of the chilean Lakes District. An “U” shaped route of more than 90 kilometers through a trail made mainly by cattle, “arrieros” and settlers, connecting the Puelo and Cochamo Valleys, but also with Argentina trough “Paso El Leon”. A seven days journey supported by pack horses

- 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

- 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.

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