Ojos del Salado Volcano (6.893 masl) Expedition


Feel the emotion of climbing the highest active volcano in the world, the highest peak in Chile and the second highest peak in America!

 

Ojos del Salado Volcano 6.893 masl

 

The majestic Ojos del Salado Volcano motivates and inspires many mountaineers to climb to its summit year after year. It is not only its height that makes this volcano one of the most important and sought after summits in the world, but also the scenic beauty that surrounds it. This Volcano is located in a privileged place, in the great Atacama Desert, in an extremely arid and desert area of the Andes, surrounded by many volcanoes and hills over 6,000 metres high, which makes this place undoubtedly earn the name of the “Route of the Six Thousands”. On many of these volcanoes, snow and glaciers remain all year round, which is very striking considering that we are in one of the driest deserts in the world, where the sunshine and the imposing heat reign during the day and the extreme cold is noticeable at night. This gives life to a beautiful contrast in the landscape that is moving and emotive.

The Ojos del Salado Volcano is in a remote and difficult access area, which makes this place unique and preserves the feeling of enjoying the mountain in a more natural way and away from the noise. Although it is a volcano that attracts visitors from all over the world, even this place is far away from the masses of people, so you can enjoy the mountain in a more peaceful way.

The Ojos del Salado Volcano Expedition is much more than an expedition. You will be able to enjoy one of the most extraordinary landscapes in Chile, see immense salt flats, visit natural hot springs, appreciate lagoons of varied colours and tonalities and contemplate an almost infinite immensity. All this, and more, will be part of what you will be able to experience in this incredible Expedition.

 

We invite you to live the Allmountain Chile experience at the great Ojos del Salado Volcano!


Where is located Ojos del Salado Volcano?

 

Location: Ojos del Salado Volcano (6,893 masl), Copiapó.
Region: III Region of Atacama (Northern Chile).


Altitude

 

Initial altitude: Laguna Verde (4.300 masl).
Maximum altitude: Ojos del Salado Volcano Summit (6,893 masl), Atacama Region III (Northern Chile). Copiapó, Chile.


We present the main attractions of Ojos del Salado Volcano

 

You will visit the highest active volcano in the world, the second highest peak in America (just after Aconcagua in Argentina, with a difference of only 70 metres in altitude) and the highest peak in Chile.

You will live the experience of a high mountain expedition in the Andes.

You will visit the Nevado Tres Cruces National Park and Laguna Santa Rosa, among other attractions.

You will get to know the salt flats and places of reserve and conservation of species (such as flamingos).

You will have the best views of lakes and hypersaline lagoons in the middle of the Cordillera (Laguna Santa Rosa and Laguna Verde).

You can enjoy the journey through the “circuit of the six thousand” (which, as the name says, allows the breathtaking panoramic view of multiple peaks over 6,000 metres above sea level).

Depending on the itinerary, in your acclimatization process, you will be able to climb the peaks of the Siete Hermanas (4,850 masl) and the San Francisco Volcano (6,040 masl). Both summits provide a spectacular and challenging experience.

You will taste local and regional products.

In the itineraries departing from Santiago, we will take advantage of the trip to visit and consume the typical products of the route, learning about their origin and history. Also included is a visit to the city of La Serena and moments of contemplation of the Pacific Ocean from its beaches.


Ideal season for this expedition

 

We recommend you to do this expedition between November and March. It must be taken into account that between January and March, the phenomenon of the “Bolivian winter or Altiplanic winter” occurs, which translates into abrupt changes in the weather with the appearance of rain, wind, snow and thunderstorms, mainly during the afternoon. Allmountain Chile is trained and prepared for this type of situation, as we are in permanent communication with the team in charge at the office, who inform us daily about weather changes.


What are the requirements for this Expedition?

 

Previous trekking/mountaineering experience is required.

You must be in good health for the activity.

You must have the appropriate personal technical clothing for the activity.

If you are a minor, you must have written authorization from your parents or guardians.

You must complete and sign a medical form which is given to you before each activity.

You must comply with Covid-19 protocols.


We invite you to take a look at our available itineraries!

 

 

Check our available itineraries: Basic only 4×4 transport and Guided (Departure from Copiapó) and Full (Departure from Copiapó).

 

7 days itineraries 

 

 

Itinerary 7 days Ojos del Salado Volcano Expedition  

 

Basic itinerary only 4×4 transport and guided

Departure from Copiapó

 

Includes visit and ascent to:

 

Laguna Verde (4,300 masl) – San Francisco Volcano (6,040 masl) – Ojos del Salado Volcano (6,893 masl)

 

 

 

  • Location: Ojos del Salado Volcano (6,893 masl), III Region of Atacama (Northern Chile). Copiapó, Chile.

 

  • Initial altitude: 4.300 masl, Laguna Verde.

 

  • Maximum altitude: 6.893 masl, Ojos del Salado Volcano Summit, Copiapó.

 

  • Start of Expedition: Departure from Copiapó.

 

  • Duration: 7 days.

 

 

 

  • Day 1

Copiapó – Laguna Verde (4.300 masl), acclimatization in Laguna Verde (4.300 masl).

 

 

  • Day 2

Laguna Verde, acclimatization in Laguna Verde (4.300 masl).

 

 

  • Day 3

Laguna Verde (4.300 masl) – Ascent of San Francisco Volcano (6.040 masl) – Laguna Verde (4.300 masl).

 

 

  • Day 4

Laguna Verde (4.300 masl) – Camp Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl) – Trekking to Refugio Tejos (5.900 masl) – Camp Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl).

 

 

  • Day 5

Camp at Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl) – Acclimatization day at Refugio Atacama.

 

 

  • Day 6 (summit day)

Camp at Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl) – Refugio Tejos (5.900 masl) – Ascent of Ojos del Salado Volcano (Summit 6.893 masl) – Camp at Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl).

 

 

  • Day 7

Atacama Refuge Camp (5.200 masl) – Copiapó.

 

 

Other services included:

 

  • Bilingual high mountain guide with international WFR NASAR certification (Wilderness First Responder).
  • Assistant guide with international WFR NASAR certification (Wilderness First Responder).
  • Interpretive maps.
  • Binoculars.
  • Complete first aid kit; This kit meets all the requirements to be able to assist our clients in remote areas. It is important, if the client has any type of diagnosis, such as hypertension, diabetes or other, to inform the guide in advance. It is an obligation for the safety of our clients and guides to fill out the medical form which will be provided in advance. The client must also carry his or her own medication and it is suggested to carry a personal first aid kit in case he or she requires any retained medication.
  • GPS.
  • VHS radios.
  • Satelital telephone (a charge of $2.000 per minute will be made).

 

 

Group technical equipment provided by Allmountain Chile:

 

  • Rope.
  • Harness.
  • Atc or GriGri system for belaying.

 

 

Specification of transport, food, guides, and others:

 

  • 4X4 Vehicles

 

Our vehicles are equipped to operate in high mountain terrain, they comply with all the safety systems established by law to be able to operate in this type of terrain.

 

  • Toyota 4Runner 4×4 equipped for high mountain terrain.
  • Second 4×4 vehicle equipped for high mountain terrain.

 

Both vehicles include:

 

  • Identification with company logo.
  • Winter kit.
  • Sixth spare wheel.
  • Roll bars.
  • Mountain conditioning equipment.

 

 

Food provided by Allmountain:

 

  • This itinerary does not include food.

 

Important: On this itinerary the client will be responsible for providing and cooking their own food. We recommend considering the following food items.

 

The following meals should be considered for 7 days of expedition:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • Travel snack.
  • March ration or cold box lunch.
  • Lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

 

Guide and assistant guide:

 

  • Bilingual High Mountain Guide with international WFR NASAR certification (Wilderness First Responder).
  • Assistant guide with international WFR NASAR certification (Wilderness First Responder).

 

 

Photographic service:

 

  • We provide to our clients a photographic set.

 

 

Satelital telephone:

 

  • Satelital telephones Iridium Latin America plan (The use of the satellite telephone has a service charge associated with the use of your minutes, value per minute $2.000 CLP).

 

 

Covid 19 prevention elements:  

 

  • Alcohol Gel.
  • Infrared gun to measure temperature.
  • Mask.

 

 

Equipment not provided by Allmountain in the basic itinerary and required in the expedition to Ojos del Salado Volcano:

 

  • 4 season tents.
  • Stoves.
  • Plate/fork/knife/spoon/glass.
  • Pots and utensils for cleaning.
  • All meals included during the expedition (breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner). Clients must provide and cook their own food.

 

 

Mandatory technical equipment not included in the basic itinerary:

 

  • Crampons.
  • Helmets.
  • Ice axes.
  • Trekking poles.
  • Plastic boots.
  • Mittens.
  • High Mountain down parka.

 

Attention: In case you have your personal technical equipment, it will be checked in the meeting prior to the activity to validate its functionality. If the guide in charge considers that the equipment is not in a condition to be used during the activity, it must be replaced by the equipment provided by Allmountain Chile.

 

 

This itinerary does not include:

 

  • Travel insurance (for the traveller it is best to take out your own travel insurance, in case you require guidance, do not hesitate to ask us).
  • Hotel.
  • Technical clothing (If you require technical clothing we can suggest where to rent it).
  • Food for the expedition days.
  • Mountain cook.
  • Technical equipment.
  • Camping equipment.
  • Payment of the restaurant upon return from the expedition.
  • Pick up at the airport
  • Drop off at the airport.

 

 

Prices per person 7 days basic itinerary Ojos del Salado Volcano Expedition

(Departure from Copiapó)

 

Prices per person (CLP)

IVA Included

 

1 Person: $ 3.840.000.- CLP

2 Persons: $ 1.928.000.- CLP (Per person)

3 Persons: $ 1.290.000.- CLP (Per person)

4 Persons: $ 1.190.000.- CLP (Per person)

5 Persons: $ 955.000.- CLP (Per person)

6 Persons: $ 941.000.- CLP (Per person)

7 Persons: $ 822.000.- CLP (Per person)

 

Itinerary 7 days Ojos del Salado Volcano Expedition

 

Full itinerary (all inclusive)

 

Departure from Copiapó

 

Includes visit and ascent to:

 

Laguna Verde (4,300 masl) – San Francisco Volcano (6,040 masl) – Ojos del Salado Volcano (6,893 masl)

 

 

 

  • Location: Ojos del Salado Volcano (6,893 masl), III Region of Atacama (Northern Chile). Copiapó, Chile.

 

  • Initial altitude: 4.300 masl, Laguna Verde.

 

  • Maximum altitude: 6.893 masl, Ojos del Salado Volcano Summit, Copiapó.

 

  • Start of Expedition: Departure from Copiapó.

 

  • Duration: 7 days.

 

 

 

  • Day 1

Copiapó – Laguna Verde (4.300 masl), acclimatization in Laguna Verde (4.300 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Pick up at home, hotel, hostel or meeting point previously agreed with client.
  • Snack / Breakfast.
  • Camp set up.
  • Lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 2

Laguna Verde, acclimatization in Laguna Verde (4.300 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • Lunch
  • Snack.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 3

Laguna Verde (4.300 masl) – Ascent of San Francisco Volcano (6.040 masl) – Laguna Verde (4.300 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • March ration.
  • Cold box lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 4

Laguna Verde (4.300 masl) – Camp Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl) – Trekking to Refugio Tejos (5.900 masl) – Camp Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • Set up camp.
  • March ration.
  • Cold box lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 5

Camp at Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl) – Acclimatization day at Refugio Atacama.

 

We include:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • Lunch
  • Snack.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 6 (summit day)

Camp at Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl) – Refugio Tejos (5.900 masl) – Ascent of Ojos del Salado Volcano (Summit 6.893 masl) – Camp at Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • March ration.
  • Cold box lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 7

Refugio Atacama Camp (5,200 masl) – Copiapó (Amaru Hotel)

 

We include:

 

  • Snack / Breakfast.
  • Dismantling of the camp.
  • March ration.
  • Hotel Copiapó, single room per client (breakfast included).
  • Lunch in a typical restaurant of the area.
  • Drop off at home, hotel, hostel or meeting point previously agreed with client.

 

 

Equipment provided by Allmountain:

 

  • The North Face 4-season tents.
  • Gas stove.
  • Plate/fork/knife/spoon/cup/glass.
  • Pots and utensils for cleaning.
  • All meals included during the expedition (breakfast, walking ration, lunch, snack and dinner). The guides will provide food for the clients.
  • Masks, alcohol gel and infrared temperature gun.

 

 

Other services included:

 

  • Bilingual high mountain guide with international WFR NASAR certification (Wilderness First Responder).
  • Assistant guide with international WFR NASAR certification (Wilderness First Responder).
  • Mountain cook.
  • Dining dome.
  • Food for the expedition days. Our guides will be in charge of providing food for the clients.
  • Interpretative maps.
  • Binoculars..
  • Complete first aid kit; This kit meets all the requirements to be able to assist our clients in remote areas. It is important, if the client has any type of diagnosis, such as hypertension, diabetes or other, to inform the guide in advance. It is an obligation for the safety of our clients and guides to fill out the medical form which will be provided in advance. The client must also carry his or her own medication and it is suggested to carry a personal first aid kit in case he or she requires any retained medication.
  • GPS
  • VHS radios.
  • Satelital telephone (a value of $2.000 per minute used will be charged).

 

 

Technical equipment included and provided by Allmountain:

 

  • Trekking poles.
  • Ice axe.
  • Helmet.
  • Crampons (depending on the weather conditions that will be forecast for the days of ascent).
  • Sleeping bags -30°C.
  • Standard sleeping pad.
  • Plastic boots.
  • Mittens.
  • High mountain parka.

 

Attention: If you have your personal technical equipment, it will be checked in the meeting prior to the activity to validate its functionality. If the guide in charge considers that the equipment is not in a condition to be used during the activity, it must be replaced by the equipment provided by Allmountain Chile.

 

 

Group technical equipment provided by Allmountain Chile:

 

  • Rope.
  • Harness.
  • Atc or GriGri system for belaying.

 

 

Specification of transport, food, guides, and others:

 

  • 4X4 Vehicles

 

Our vehicles are equipped to operate in high mountain terrain, they comply with all the safety systems established by law to be able to operate in this type of terrain.

 

  • Toyota 4Runner 4×4 equipped for high mountain terrain.
  • Second 4×4 vehicle equipped for high mountain terrain.

 

Both vehicles include:

 

  • Identification with company logo.
  • Winter kit.
  • Sixth spare wheel.
  • Roll bars.
  • Mountain conditioning equipment.

 

 

Food provided by Allmountain:

 

Food Expedition days: 7 days.

 

  • Breakfast.
  • Travel snack.
  • March ration or cold box lunch.
  • Lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

Restaurants included:

 

  • Lunches in different typical restaurants of the area.
  • Dinners in typical restaurants of the area.

 

Important information: If you require a special diet or if you are vegan, celiac or other please specify in the Medical Card.

 

Guide and assistant guide and assistant mountain cook:

 

  • Bilingual high mountain guide with international WFR NASAR (Wilderness First Responder) certification.
  • Assistant Guide with international WFR NASAR certification (Wilderness First Responder).
  • Mountain cook (in this itinerary it is considered from the 3rd person).

 

 

Photographic service:

 

  • We provide to our clients a photographic set.

 

 

Hotel: 

 

  • Room in hotel Amaru with breakfast included.

 

 

Satelital telephone:

 

  • Satelital telephones Iridium Latin America plan (The use of the satellite telephone has a service charge associated with the use of your minutes, value per minute $2.000 CLP).

 

 

Covid 19 prevention elements:  

 

  • Alcohol Gel.
  • Infrared gun to measure temperature.
  • Mask.

 

 

This itinerary does not include: 

 

  • Travel insurance (for the traveller it is best to take out your own travel insurance, in case you require guidance, do not hesitate to ask us).
  • Technical clothing (If you require technical clothing we can suggest where to rent it).
  • Pick up at the airport.
  • Drop off at the airport.

 

 

Prices per person 7 days full itinerary Ojos del Salado Volcano Expedition

(Departure from Copiapó)

 

Prices per person (CLP)

IVA Included

 

1 Person: $ 4.625.000.- CLP

2 Persons: $ 2.526.000.- CLP (Per person)

3 Persons: $ 1.826.000.- CLP (Per person)

4 Persons: $ 1.695.000.- CLP (Per person)

5 Persons: $ 1.440.000.- CLP (Per person)

6 Persons: $ 1.430.000.- CLP (Per person)

7 Persons: $ 1.287.000.- CLP (Per person)

 

 

10 day itineraries

 

 

Itinerary 10 days Ojos del Salado Volcano Expedition  

 

Basic itinerary only 4×4 transport and guided

Departure from Copiapó

 

Includes visit and ascent to:

 

 

Laguna Santa Rosa (3.762 masl) – Cerro 7 Hermanas (4.850 masl) – Laguna Verde (4.300 masl) – San Francisco Volcano (6.040 masl) – Ojos del Salado Volcano (6.893 masl)

 

 

  • Location: Ojos del Salado Volcano (6,893 masl), III Region of Atacama (Northern Chile). Copiapó, Chile.

 

  • Initial altitude: 3.762 masl, Laguna Santa Rosa.

 

  • Maximum altitude: 6.893 masl, Ojos del Salado Volcano Summit, Copiapó.

 

  • Start of Expedition: Departure from Copiapó.

 

  • Duration: 10 days.

 

 

  • Day 1

Copiapó – Laguna Santa Rosa (3.762 masl) Nevado Tres Cruces National Park.

 

 

  • Day 2

Laguna Santa Rosa (3.762 masl) – Ascent Cerro Siete Hermanas (4.850 masl) – Laguna Santa Rosa.

 

 

  • Day 3

Laguna Santa Rosa (3.762 masl) – Laguna Verde (4.300 masl) acclimatisation day.

 

 

  • Day 4

Laguna Verde (4.300 masl) – Ascension of San Francisco Volcano (6.040 masl) – Laguna Verde (4.300 masl).

 

 

  • Day 5

Laguna Verde (4.300 masl) – Refugio Atacama Camp (5.200 masl).

 

 

  • Day 6

Refugio Atacama Camp (5.200 masl) – Acclimatisation day at Refugio Atacama.

 

 

  • Day 7

Camp Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl) – Trekking to Refugio Tejos (5.900 masl) – Camp Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl).

 

 

  • Day 8

Refugio Atacama Camp (5.200 masl) – Refugio Tejos (5.900 masl).

 

 

  • Day 9 (summit day)

Refugio Tejos (5.900 masl) – Ascent of Ojos del Salado Volcano (Summit 6.893 masl) – Camp at Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl).

 

 

  • Day 10

Refugio Atacama Camp (5.200 masl) – Copiapó.

 

 

Other services included:

 

  • Bilingual high mountain guide with international WFR NASAR certification (Wilderness First Responder).
  • Assistant guide with international WFR NASAR certification (Wilderness First Responder).
  • Interpretive maps.
  • Binoculars.
  • Complete first aid kit; This kit meets all the requirements to be able to assist our clients in remote areas. It is important, if the client has any type of diagnosis, such as hypertension, diabetes or other, to inform the guide in advance. It is an obligation for the safety of our clients and guides to fill out the medical form which will be provided in advance. The client must also carry his or her own medication and it is suggested to carry a personal first aid kit in case he or she requires any retained medication.
  • GPS.
  • VHS radios.
  • Satelital telephone (a charge of $2.000 per minute will be made).

 

 

Group technical equipment provided by Allmountain Chile:

 

  • Rope.
  • Harness.
  • Atc or GriGri system for belaying.

 

 

Specification of transport, food, guides, and others:

 

  • 4X4 Vehicles

 

Our vehicles are equipped to operate in high mountain terrain, they comply with all the safety systems established by law to be able to operate in this type of terrain.

 

  • Toyota 4Runner 4×4 equipped for high mountain terrain.
  • Second 4×4 vehicle equipped for high mountain terrain.

 

Both vehicles include:

 

  • Identification with company logo.
  • Winter kit.
  • Sixth spare wheel.
  • Roll bars.
  • Mountain conditioning equipment.

 

 

Food provided by Allmountain:

 

  • This itinerary does not include food.

 

Important: On this itinerary the client will be responsible for providing and cooking their own food. We recommend considering the following food items.

 

The following meals should be considered for 10 days of expedition:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • Travel snack.
  • March ration or cold box lunch.
  • Lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

 

Guide and assistant guide:

 

  • Bilingual High Mountain Guide with international WFR NASAR certification (Wilderness First Responder).
  • Assistant guide with international WFR NASAR certification (Wilderness First Responder).

 

 

Photographic service:

 

  • We provide to our clients a photographic set.

 

 

Satelital telephone:

 

  • Satelital telephones Iridium Latin America plan (The use of the satellite telephone has a service charge associated with the use of your minutes, value per minute $2.000 CLP).

 

 

Covid 19 prevention elements:  

 

  • Alcohol Gel.
  • Infrared gun to measure temperature.
  • Mask.

 

 

Equipment not provided by Allmountain in the basic itinerary and required in the expedition to Ojos del Salado Volcano:

 

  • 4 season tents.
  • Stoves.
  • Plate/fork/knife/spoon/glass.
  • Pots and utensils for cleaning.
  • All meals included during the expedition (breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner). Clients must provide and cook their own food.

 

 

Mandatory technical equipment not included in the basic itinerary:

 

  • Crampons.
  • Helmets.
  • Ice axes.
  • Trekking poles.
  • Plastic boots.
  • Mittens.
  • High Mountain down parka.

 

Attention: In case you have your personal technical equipment, it will be checked in the meeting prior to the activity to validate its functionality. If the guide in charge considers that the equipment is not in a condition to be used during the activity, it must be replaced by the equipment provided by Allmountain Chile.

 

 

This itinerary does not include:

 

  • Travel insurance (for the traveller it is best to take out your own travel insurance, in case you require guidance, do not hesitate to ask us).
  • Hotel.
  • Technical clothing (If you require technical clothing we can suggest where to rent it).
  • Food for the expedition days.
  • Mountain cook.
  • Technical equipment.
  • Camping equipment.
  • Payment of the restaurant upon return from the expedition.
  • Pick up at the airport
  • Drop off at the airport.

 

 

Prices per person 10 days basic itinerary Ojos del Salado Volcano Expedition

(Departure from Copiapó)

 

Prices per person (CLP)

IVA Included

 

1 Person: $4.700.000.- CLP

2 Persons: $2.500.000.- CLP (Per person)

3 Persons: $1.700.000.- CLP (Per person)

4 Persons: $1.550.000.- CLP (Per person)

5 Persons: $1.270.000.- CLP (Per person)

6 Persons: $1.150.000.- CLP (Per person)

7 Persons: $990.000.- CLP (Per person)

 

 

Itinerary 10 days Ojos del Salado Volcano Expedition

 

Full itinerary (all inclusive)

 

Departure from Copiapó

 

Includes visit and ascent to:

 

 

Laguna Santa Rosa (3.762 masl) – Cerro 7 Hermanas (4.850 masl) – Laguna Verde (4.300 masl) – San Francisco Volcano (6.040 masl) – Ojos del Salado Volcano (6.893 masl)

 

 

  • Location: Ojos del Salado Volcano (6,893 masl), III Region of Atacama (Northern Chile). Copiapó, Chile.

 

  • Initial altitude: 3.762 masl, Laguna Santa Rosa.

 

  • Maximum altitude: 6.893 masl, Ojos del Salado Volcano Summit, Copiapó.

 

  • Start of Expedition: Departure from Copiapó.

 

  • Duration: 10 days.

 

 

 

  • Day 1

Copiapó – Laguna Santa Rosa (3.762 masl) Nevado Tres Cruces National Park.

 

We include:

 

  • Pick up at home, hotel, hostel or meeting point previously agreed with the client.
  • Snack / Breakfast.
  • Set up camp.
  • Lunch.
  • Dinner.
  • Payment of entrance fee to Nevado Tres Cruces National Park and payment of Camping Laguna Santa Rosa.

 

 

  • Day 2

Laguna Santa Rosa (3.762 masl) – Ascent Cerro Siete Hermanas (4.850 masl) – Laguna Santa Rosa.

 

We include:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • Walking ration.
  • Cold box lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 3

Laguna Santa Rosa (3.762 masl) – Laguna Verde (4.300 masl) acclimatisation day.

 

We include:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • Set up camp.
  • Lunch.
  • Snack.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 4

Laguna Verde (4.300 masl) – Ascension of San Francisco Volcano (6.040 masl) – Laguna Verde (4.300 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • March ration.
  • Cold box lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 5

Laguna Verde (4.300 masl) – Refugio Atacama Camp (5.200 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • Set up camp.
  • Travel snack. 
  • Lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 6

Refugio Atacama Camp (5.200 masl) – Acclimatisation day at Refugio Atacama.

 

We include:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • Lunch.
  • Snack.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 7

Camp Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl) – Trekking to Refugio Tejos (5.900 masl) – Camp Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • March ration.
  • Cold box lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 8

Refugio Atacama Camp (5.200 masl) – Refugio Tejos (5.900 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • Lunch.
  • Snack.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 9 (summit day)

Refugio Tejos (5.900 masl) – Ascent of Ojos del Salado Volcano (Summit 6.893 masl) – Camp at Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • March ration.
  • Cold box lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 10

Refugio Atacama Camp (5.200 masl) – Copiapó (Amaru Hotel)

 

We include:

 

  • Snack / Breakfast.
  • Dismantling of the camp.
  • March ration.
  • Hotel Copiapó, single room per client (breakfast included).
  • Lunch in a typical restaurant of the area.
  • Drop off at home, hotel, hostel or meeting point previously agreed with client.

 

 

Equipment provided by Allmountain:

 

  • The North Face 4-season tents.
  • Gas stove.
  • Plate/fork/knife/spoon/cup/glass.
  • Pots and utensils for cleaning.
  • All meals included during the expedition (breakfast, walking ration, lunch, snack and dinner). The guides will provide food for the clients.
  • Masks, alcohol gel and infrared temperature gun.

 

 

Other services included:

 

  • Bilingual high mountain guide with international WFR NASAR certification (Wilderness First Responder).
  • Assistant guide with international WFR NASAR certification (Wilderness First Responder).
  • Mountain cook.
  • Dining dome.
  • Food for the expedition days. Our guides will be in charge of providing food for the clients.
  • Interpretative maps.
  • Binoculars..
  • Complete first aid kit; This kit meets all the requirements to be able to assist our clients in remote areas. It is important, if the client has any type of diagnosis, such as hypertension, diabetes or other, to inform the guide in advance. It is an obligation for the safety of our clients and guides to fill out the medical form which will be provided in advance. The client must also carry his or her own medication and it is suggested to carry a personal first aid kit in case he or she requires any retained medication.
  • GPS
  • VHS radios.
  • Satelital telephone (a value of $2.000 per minute used will be charged).

 

 

Technical equipment included and provided by Allmountain:

 

  • Trekking poles.
  • Ice axe.
  • Helmet.
  • Crampons (depending on the weather conditions that will be forecast for the days of ascent).
  • Sleeping bags -30°C.
  • Standard sleeping pad.
  • Plastic boots.
  • Mittens.
  • High mountain parka.

 

Attention: If you have your personal technical equipment, it will be checked in the meeting prior to the activity to validate its functionality. If the guide in charge considers that the equipment is not in a condition to be used during the activity, it must be replaced by the equipment provided by Allmountain Chile.

 

 

Group technical equipment provided by Allmountain Chile:

 

  • Rope.
  • Harness.
  • Atc or GriGri system for belaying.

 

 

Specification of transport, food, guides, and others:

 

  • 4X4 Vehicles

 

Our vehicles are equipped to operate in high mountain terrain, they comply with all the safety systems established by law to be able to operate in this type of terrain.

 

  • Toyota 4Runner 4×4 equipped for high mountain terrain.
  • Second 4×4 vehicle equipped for high mountain terrain.

 

Both vehicles include:

 

  • Identification with company logo.
  • Winter kit.
  • Sixth spare wheel.
  • Roll bars.
  • Mountain conditioning equipment.

 

 

Food provided by Allmountain:

 

Food Expedition days: 10 days.

 

  • Breakfast.
  • Travel snack.
  • March ration or cold box lunch.
  • Lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

Restaurants included:

 

  • Lunches in different typical restaurants of the area.
  • Dinners in typical restaurants of the area.

 

Important information: If you require a special diet or if you are vegan, celiac or other please specify in the Medical Card.

 

Guide and assistant guide and assistant mountain cook:

 

  • Bilingual high mountain guide with international WFR NASAR (Wilderness First Responder) certification.
  • Assistant Guide with international WFR NASAR certification (Wilderness First Responder).
  • Mountain cook (in this itinerary it is considered from the 3rd person).

 

 

Photographic service:

 

  • We provide to our clients a photographic set.

 

 

Hotel: 

 

  • Room in hotel Amaru with breakfast included.

 

 

Satelital telephone:

 

  • Satelital telephones Iridium Latin America plan (The use of the satellite telephone has a service charge associated with the use of your minutes, value per minute $2.000 CLP).

 

 

Covid 19 prevention elements:  

 

  • Alcohol Gel.
  • Infrared gun to measure temperature.
  • Mask.

 

 

This itinerary does not include: 

 

  • Travel insurance (for the traveller it is best to take out your own travel insurance, in case you require guidance, do not hesitate to ask us).
  • Technical clothing (If you require technical clothing we can suggest where to rent it).
  • Pick up at the airport.
  • Drop off at the airport.

 

 

Prices per person 10 days full itinerary Ojos del Salado Volcano Expedition

(Departure from Copiapó)

 

Prices per person (CLP)

IVA Included

 

1 Person: $5.700.000.- CLP

2 Persons: $3.190.000.- CLP (Per person)

3 Persons: $2.400.000.- CLP (Per person)

4 Persons: $2.350.000.- CLP (Per person)

5 Persons: $1.970.000.- CLP (Per person)

6 Persons: $1.780.000.- CLP (Per person)

7 Persons: $1.620.000.- CLP (Per person)

 

Full itineraries (departing from Santiago de Chile)

 

 

Travel with us more than 2,000 km (round trip) along the famous Panamerican route, visiting and getting to know all the attractions, culture and gastronomy that this route has!

 

 

Check our available itineraries: 7 days full itinerary (Departure from Santiago) and 13 days full itinerary (Departure from Santiago).

 

 

Itinerary 7 days Ojos del Salado Volcano Expedition

 

 

Full itinerary (all inclusive)

 

 

Departure from Santiago 

 

Includes visit and ascent to:

 

Santiago – La Serena – Copiapó – Laguna Verde (4.300 masl) – Ojos del Salado Volcano (6.893 masl)

 

 

  • Location: Ojos del Salado Volcano (6,893 masl), III Region of Atacama (Northern Chile). Copiapó, Chile.

 

  • Initial altitude: 4.300 masl, Laguna Verde.

 

  • Maximum altitude: 6.893 masl, Ojos del Salado Volcano Summit, Copiapó.

 

  • Start of Expedition: Departure from Santiago.

 

  • Duration: 7 days.

 

 

Itinerary option 1

 

  • Day 1

Santiago – La Serena – Copiapó – Copiapó (Amaru Hotel)

 

  • Day of transfers by land from Santiago de Chile to Copiapo.
  • Distance Santiago – Copiapo 806.6 km on Route 5 north Panamericana.

 

We include:

 

  • Lunch empanadas Huentelauquén.
  • Rest in La Serena, we include a traditional snack of the area.
  • Dinner in Copiapo.
  • Hotel Copiapó, single room per guest (breakfast included).

 

 

  • Day 2

Start of the Ojos del Salado Volcano Expedition (6.893 masl)

 

Copiapó – Acclimatization in Laguna Verde Camp (4.300 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Snack / Breakfast.
  • Set up camp.
  • Lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 3

Laguna Verde Camp (4.300 masl) – Refugio Atacama Camp (5.200 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • Lunch
  • Snack.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 4

Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl) – Acclimatization day at Refugio Tejos (5.900 masl) – Return to Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • March ration.
  • Cold box lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 5 (summit day)

Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl) – Summit of Ojos del Salado Volcano (6.893 masl) – Return to Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • Walking ration.
  • Cold box lunch
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 6

Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl) – Copiapó – Bahía Inglesa – Copiapó.

 

  • Distance Copiapó – Bahía Inglesa – Copiapó 150 km.

 

We include:

 

  • Snack / Breakfast.
  • Dismantling of the camp.
  • Hotel Copiapó, single room per guest (breakfast included).
  • Visit and rest on the beach.
  • Lunch in a typical restaurant of the area, free time to enjoy the beach of Bahía inglesa.
  • Farewell dinner in Copiapo.
  • Hotel Copiapó, single room per guest (breakfast included).

 

 

  • Day 7

Copiapó – La Serena – Santiago.

 

  • Day of transfers by land from Santiago de Chile to Copiapo.
  • Distance Santiago – Copiapo 806.6 km on Route 5 north Panamericana.

 

We include:

 

  • Lunch in a typical restaurant in La Serena.

 

 

Option 2 (acclimatised clients only).

 

  • Day 1

Santiago – La Serena – Copiapó – Copiapó (Amaru Hotel)

 

  • Transfer day by land from Santiago de Chile to Copiapó.
  • Distance Santiago – Copiapo 806.6 km by Route 5 north Panamericana.

 

We include:

  • Lunch empanadas huentelauquen.
  • Rest in La Serena, we include traditional snack of the area.
  • Dinner in Copiapo.
  • Hotel Copiapó, single room per client (breakfast included).

 

 

  • Day 2

Start of the Ojos del Salado Volcano Expedition (6.893 masl)

Copiapó – Acclimatization in Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Snack / Breakfast.
  • Set up camp.
  • Lunch.
  • Dinner

 

 

  • Day 3

Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl) – Trekking to Refugio Tejos (5.900 masl) – Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • March ration.
  • Cold box lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 4

Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl) – Refugio Tejos (5.900 masl).

 

We include:

  • Breakfast.
  • Lunch
  • Snack.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 5 (summit day)

Refugio Tejos (5.900 masl) – Summit of Ojos del Salado Volcano (6.893 masl) – Return to Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl).

 

We include:

  • Breakfast.
  • Walking ration
  • Cold box lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 6.

Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl) – Copiapó (Amaru Hotel) – Bahía Inglesa – Copiapó (Amaru Hotel).

 

  • Distance Copiapó – Bahía Inglesa – Copiapó 150 km.

 

We include:

  • Snack / Breakfast.
  • Dismantling of the camp.
  • Hotel Copiapó, single room per guest (breakfast included).
  • Visit and rest on the beach.
  • Lunch in a typical restaurant of the area, free time to enjoy the beach of Bahía inglesa.
  • Farewell dinner in Copiapo.
  • Hotel Copiapó, single room per guest (breakfast included).

 

 

  • Day 7

Copiapó – La Serena – Santiago.

 

  • Day of transfers by land from Santiago de Chile to Copiapo.
  • Distance Santiago – Copiapo 806.6 km on Route 5 north Panamericana.

 

We include:

  • Travel snack.
  • Lunch in a typical restaurant in La Serena.

 

 

Equipment provided by Allmountain:

 

  • The North Face 4-season tents.
  • Gas stove.
  • Plate/fork/knife/spoon/cup/glass.
  • Pots and utensils for cleaning.
  • All meals included during the expedition (breakfast, walking ration, lunch, snack and dinner). The guides will provide food for the clients.
  • Masks, alcohol gel and infrared temperature gun.

 

 

Other services included:

 

  • Bilingual high mountain guide with international WFR NASAR certification (Wilderness First Responder).
  • Assistant guide with international WFR NASAR certification (Wilderness First Responder).
  • Mountain cook.
  • Dining dome.
  • Food for the expedition days. Our guides will be in charge of providing food for the clients.
  • Interpretative maps.
  • Binoculars..
  • Complete first aid kit; This kit meets all the requirements to be able to assist our clients in remote areas. It is important, if the client has any type of diagnosis, such as hypertension, diabetes or other, to inform the guide in advance. It is an obligation for the safety of our clients and guides to fill out the medical form which will be provided in advance. The client must also carry his or her own medication and it is suggested to carry a personal first aid kit in case he or she requires any retained medication.
  • GPS
  • VHS radios.
  • Satelital telephone (a value of $2.000 per minute used will be charged).

 

 

Technical equipment included and provided by Allmountain:

 

  • Trekking poles.
  • Ice axe.
  • Helmet.
  • Crampons (depending on the weather conditions that will be forecast for the days of ascent).
  • Sleeping bags -30°C.
  • Standard sleeping pad.
  • Plastic boots.
  • Mittens.
  • High mountain parka.

 

Attention: If you have your personal technical equipment, it will be checked in the meeting prior to the activity to validate its functionality. If the guide in charge considers that the equipment is not in a condition to be used during the activity, it must be replaced by the equipment provided by Allmountain Chile.

 

 

Group technical equipment provided by Allmountain Chile:

 

  • Rope.
  • Harness.
  • Atc or GriGri system for belaying.

 

 

Specification of transport, food, guides, and others:

 

  • 4X4 Vehicles

 

Our vehicles are equipped to operate in high mountain terrain, they comply with all the safety systems established by law to be able to operate in this type of terrain.

 

  • Toyota 4Runner 4×4 equipped for high mountain terrain.
  • Second 4×4 vehicle equipped for high mountain terrain.

 

Both vehicles include:

 

  • Identification with company logo.
  • Winter kit.
  • Sixth spare wheel.
  • Roll bars.
  • Mountain conditioning equipment.

 

 

Food provided by Allmountain:

 

Food Expedition days: 7 days.

 

  • Breakfast.
  • Travel snack.
  • March ration or cold box lunch.
  • Lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

Restaurants included:

 

  • Lunches in different typical restaurants of the area.
  • Dinners in typical restaurants of the area.

 

Important information: If you require a special diet or if you are vegan, celiac or other please specify in the Medical Card.

 

Guide and assistant guide and assistant mountain cook:

 

  • Bilingual high mountain guide with international WFR NASAR (Wilderness First Responder) certification.
  • Assistant Guide with international WFR NASAR certification (Wilderness First Responder).
  • Mountain cook (in this itinerary it is considered from the 3rd person).

 

 

Photographic service:

 

  • We provide to our clients a photographic set.

 

 

Hotel: 

 

  • Room in hotel Amaru with breakfast included.

 

 

Satelital telephone:

 

  • Satelital telephones Iridium Latin America plan (The use of the satellite telephone has a service charge associated with the use of your minutes, value per minute $2.000 CLP).

 

 

Covid 19 prevention elements:  

 

  • Alcohol Gel.
  • Infrared gun to measure temperature.
  • Mask.

 

 

This itinerary does not include: 

 

  • Travel insurance (for the traveller it is best to take out your own travel insurance, in case you require guidance, do not hesitate to ask us).
  • Technical clothing (If you require technical clothing we can suggest where to rent it).
  • Pick up at the airport.
  • Drop off at the airport.

 

 

Prices per person 7 days full itinerary Ojos del Salado Volcano Expedition

(Departure from Santiago)

 

Prices per person (CLP)

IVA Included

 

1 Person: $5.158.000.- CLP

2 Persons: $2.868.000.- CLP (Per person)

3 Persons: $2.105.000.- CLP (Per person)

4 Persons: $2.201.000.- CLP (Per person)

5 Persons: $1.877.000.- CLP (Per person)

6 Persons: $1.832.000.- CLP (Per person)

7 Persons: $1.670.000.- CLP (Per person)

 

 

Itinerary 13 days Ojos del Salado Volcano Expedition

 

 

Full itinerary (all inclusive)

 

 

Departure from Santiago 

 

Includes visit and ascent to:

 

 

Santiago – La Serena – Copiapó – Laguna Santa Rosa (3.762 masl) – Cerro 7 Hermanas (4.850 masl) – Laguna Verde (4.300 masl) – San Francisco Volcano (6.040 masl) – Ojos del Salado Volcano (6.893 masl)

 

 

 

  • Location: Ojos del Salado Volcano (6,893 masl), III Region of Atacama (Northern Chile). Copiapó, Chile.

 

  • Initial altitude: 4.300 masl, Laguna Verde.

 

  • Maximum altitude: 6.893 masl, Ojos del Salado Volcano Summit, Copiapó.

 

  • Start of Expedition: Departure from Santiago.

 

  • Duration: 13 days.

 

 

 

  • Day 1

Santiago – La Serena – Copiapó – Copiapó (Amaru Hotel)

 

  • Day of transfers by land from Santiago de Chile to Copiapo.
  • Distance Santiago – Copiapo 806.6 km on Route 5 north Panamericana.

 

We include:

  • Travel snack.
  • Lunch empanadas Huentelauquén.
  • Rest in La Serena, we include a traditional snack of the area.
  • Dinner in Copiapó.
  • Hotel Copiapó, single room per client (breakfast included).

 

 

  • Day 2

Start of the Ojos del Salado Volcano Expedition (6.893 masl)

 

Copiapó – Acclimatization in Laguna Santa Rosa (3.762 masl), Nevado Tres Cruces National Park.

 

We include:

 

  • Snack / Breakfast..
  • Set up camp.
  • Lunch.
  • Dinner.
  • Payment of entrance fee to Nevado Tres Cruces National Park and payment of Camping Laguna Santa Rosa.

 

 

  • Day 3

Camp Laguna Santa Rosa (3.762 masl) – Ascent Cerro Siete Hermanas (4.850 masl) – Laguna Santa Rosa (3.762 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Snack / Breakfast.
  • Walking ration.
  • Cold box lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 4

Laguna Santa Rosa (3.762 masl) – Laguna Verde (4.300 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • Set up camp.
  • Lunch.
  • Snack.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 5 (summit day)

Laguna Verde (4.300 masl) – Ascension of San Francisco Volcano (6.040 masl) – Laguna Verde (4.300 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Snack / Breakfast.
  • Walking ration.
  • Cold box lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 6

Laguna Verde (4.300 masl) – Refugio Atacama Base Camp (5.200 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • Set up camp.
  • Lunch.
  • Snack.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 7

Acclimatization day at Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • Lunch.
  • Snack.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 8

Base Camp Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl) – Trekking Refugio Tejos (5.900 masl) – Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Snack / Breakfast.
  • Walking ration.
  • Cold box lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 9

Refugio Atacama Base Camp (5.200 masl) – Refugio Tejos (5.900 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Breakfast.
  • Lunch.
  • Snack.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 10 (summit day)

Refugio Tejos (5.900 masl) – Ascent of Ojos del Salado Volcano (Summit 6.893 masl) – Camp at Refugio Atacama (5.200 masl).

 

We include:

 

  • Snack / Breakfast.
  • Walking ration.
  • Cold box lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

 

  • Day 11

Refugio Atacama Camp (5.200 masl) – Copiapó (Amaru Hotel)

 

We include:

 

  • Snack / Breakfast.
  • Dismantling of the camp.
  • Hotel Copiapó, single room per client (breakfast included).
  • Lunch in a typical restaurant of the area.
  • Dinner in a typical restaurant of the area.

 

 

  • Day 12

Copiapó (Amaru Hotel) – Bahía Inglesa – Copiapó (Amaru Hotel)

 

  • Distance Copiapó – Bahía Inglesa – Copiapó 150 km.

 

We include:

 

  • Travel snack.
  • Visit and rest on the beach.
  • Lunch at La Piojera restaurant typical of the area, free time to enjoy the beach of Bahía inglesa.
  • Farewell dinner in Copiapo.
  • Hotel Copiapó, single room per guest (breakfast included).

 

 

  • Day 13

Copiapó – La Serena – Santiago.

 

  • Day of transfers by land from Santiago de Chile to Copiapo.
  • Distance Santiago – Copiapo 806.6 km on Route 5 north Panamericana.

 

We include:

  • Travel snack.
  • Lunch in a typical restaurant in La Serena.

 

 

Equipment provided by Allmountain:

  • The North Face 4-season tents.
  • Gas stove.
  • Plate/fork/knife/spoon/cup/glass.
  • Pots and utensils for cleaning.
  • All meals included during the expedition (breakfast, walking ration, lunch, snack and dinner). The guides will provide food for the clients.
  • Masks, alcohol gel and infrared temperature gun.

 

 

Other services included:

 

  • Bilingual high mountain guide with international WFR NASAR certification (Wilderness First Responder).
  • Assistant guide with international WFR NASAR certification (Wilderness First Responder).
  • Mountain cook.
  • Dining dome.
  • Food for the expedition days. Our guides will be in charge of providing food for the clients.
  • Interpretative maps.
  • Binoculars..
  • Complete first aid kit; This kit meets all the requirements to be able to assist our clients in remote areas. It is important, if the client has any type of diagnosis, such as hypertension, diabetes or other, to inform the guide in advance. It is an obligation for the safety of our clients and guides to fill out the medical form which will be provided in advance. The client must also carry his or her own medication and it is suggested to carry a personal first aid kit in case he or she requires any retained medication.
  • GPS
  • VHS radios.
  • Satelital telephone (a value of $2.000 per minute used will be charged).

 

 

Technical equipment included and provided by Allmountain:

 

  • Trekking poles.
  • Ice axe.
  • Helmet.
  • Crampons (depending on the weather conditions that will be forecast for the days of ascent).
  • Sleeping bags -30°C.
  • Standard sleeping pad.
  • Plastic boots.
  • Mittens.
  • High mountain parka.

 

Attention: If you have your personal technical equipment, it will be checked in the meeting prior to the activity to validate its functionality. If the guide in charge considers that the equipment is not in a condition to be used during the activity, it must be replaced by the equipment provided by Allmountain Chile.

 

 

Group technical equipment provided by Allmountain Chile:

 

  • Rope.
  • Harness.
  • Atc or GriGri system for belaying.

 

 

Specification of transport, food, guides, and others:

 

  • 4X4 Vehicles

 

Our vehicles are equipped to operate in high mountain terrain, they comply with all the safety systems established by law to be able to operate in this type of terrain.

 

  • Toyota 4Runner 4×4 equipped for high mountain terrain.
  • Second 4×4 vehicle equipped for high mountain terrain.

 

Both vehicles include:

 

  • Identification with company logo.
  • Winter kit.
  • Sixth spare wheel.
  • Roll bars.
  • Mountain conditioning equipment.

 

 

Food provided by Allmountain:

 

Food Expedition days: 13 days.

 

  • Breakfast.
  • Travel snack.
  • March ration or cold box lunch.
  • Lunch.
  • Dinner.

 

Restaurants included:

 

  • Lunches in different typical restaurants of the area.
  • Dinners in typical restaurants of the area.

 

Important information: If you require a special diet or if you are vegan, celiac or other please specify in the Medical Card.

 

Guide and assistant guide and assistant mountain cook:

 

  • Bilingual high mountain guide with international WFR NASAR (Wilderness First Responder) certification.
  • Assistant Guide with international WFR NASAR certification (Wilderness First Responder).
  • Mountain cook (in this itinerary it is considered from the 3rd person).

 

 

Photographic service:

 

  • We provide to our clients a photographic set.

 

 

Hotel: 

 

  • Room in hotel Amaru with breakfast included.

 

 

Satelital telephone:

 

  • Satelital telephones Iridium Latin America plan (The use of the satellite telephone has a service charge associated with the use of your minutes, value per minute $2.000 CLP).

 

 

Covid 19 prevention elements:  

 

  • Alcohol Gel.
  • Infrared gun to measure temperature.
  • Mask.

 

 

This itinerary does not include: 

 

  • Travel insurance (for the traveller it is best to take out your own travel insurance, in case you require guidance, do not hesitate to ask us).
  • Technical clothing (If you require technical clothing we can suggest where to rent it).
  • Pick up at the airport.
  • Drop off at the airport.

 

 

Prices per person 13 days full itinerary Ojos del Salado Volcano Expedition

(Departure from Santiago)

 

Prices per person (CLP)

IVA Included

 

1 Person: $7.597.000.- CLP

2 Persons: $4.250.000.- CLP (Per person)

3 Persons: $3.134.000.- CLP (Per person)

4 Persons: $3.132.000.- CLP (Per person)

5 Persons: $2.686.000.- CLP (Per person)

6 Persons: $2.612.000.- CLP (Per person)

7 Persons: $2.397.000.- CLP (Per person)


Reservas

 

Para hacer válida tu reserva debes depositar el 50% del monto total de la expedición. Para ello, escríbenos a nuestro correo electrónico info@allmountain.cl y te indicaremos la forma y datos de pago.
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Si cuentas con el equipo técnico necesario para la actividad

 

Si cuentas con el equipo necesario podemos descontar el precio del equipo técnico respecto del precio total de la expedición. En este caso, es de exclusiva responsabilidad del cliente. Sin perjuicio de ello, estamos siempre dispuestos a asesorar a nuestros clientes para mayor seguridad.


Más información sobre esta expedición aventura 

 

 

Laguna Santa Rosa (3.762 msnm)

 

La Laguna Santa Rosa está ubicada dentro del Parque Nevado Tres Cruces. Es un lago hipersalino de montaña que cobija a familias enteras de flamencos para su alimentación (por la alta concentración de salinidad y de minerales). Además, se pueden observar flamencos y vicuñas en su alrededor.  Este lugar, además de ser uno de los puntos de aclimatación más recomendados para la expedición al Ojos del Salado, nos invita a disfrutar de una belleza natural sin igual.

 

 

Laguna Verde (4.300 msnm)

 

Un verdadero paraíso de montaña rodeado por seis miles. Laguna Verde se ubica a pocos kilómetros de la linea fronteriza con Argentina. Sus aguas turquesas y el paisaje que allí existe es impactante y conmovedor. Este lugar, al igual que Laguna Santa Rosa, sirve como punto de aclimatación, descanso y contemplación. Alrededor de la Laguna, podemos encontrar pozones de aguas termales (agua caliente que se tempera desde las profundidades de los grandes volcanes que rodean la Laguna). Aquí, se realiza un trekking de aclimatación de aproximadamente 5 horas, bordeando la Laguna.

 

 

Volcán Nevado de San Francisco (6.018 msnm)

 

Nevados de San Francisco pertenece a los grandes de la zona, con una altitud de 6.018 metros sobre el nivel del mar, siendo el cerro ideal para una adecuada aclimatación, previa a la ascensión al Ojos del Salado, tanto por su altitud como por su cercanía con el mismo. Su nombre dice relación con el Paso de San Francisco (que, en la historia de Chile, tuvo una gran importancia, debido a que fue en ese paso que Diego de Almagro y su ejército cruzaron la Cordillera de Los Andes en el hito histórico del descubrimiento de Chile). Este Cerro nos invita a descubrir la majestuosa Cordillera de Los Andes.

 

 

Volcán Ojos del Salado (6.893 msnm)

 

El Volcán Ojos del Salado es un estratovolcán de 6.893 metros de altitud, conocido por ser el Volcán más alto del mundo y por ser la segunda cima más alta de América, después del Aconcagua, formando parte de el popularmente conocido “Techo de América”. Se ubica en plena Cordillera de Los Andes, específicamente en la Tercera Región de Atacama, en una zona donde existen grandes cimas que sobrepasan los 6.000 msnm, en la parte sur del famoso Desierto de Atacama (el desierto más árido del mundo). La ruta hacia este volcán es de difícil y remoto acceso.

En este increíble Volcán podremos vivir la experiencia de llevar nuestro cuerpo y mente hacia lo más alto, desde el cual tendremos una vista realmente única del desierto y nos adentraremos en una ruta que nos invitará a observar lo más puro de la Cordillera.


Así nos gusta trabajar y disfrutar cada actividad

 

Trabajamos sólo con autos 4×4 equipados para la montaña (cómodos y con gran capacidad para recorrer caminos de montaña).

 

Trabajamos con grupos que, por lo general, no exceden las seis personas por salida (lo que nos ayuda a prestar un servicio más personalizado, en los que se genera un ambiente más familiar y más concentrado).

 

  Allmountain está certificado por Sernatur (Certificación de Guías de Turismo; Certificación en Turismo Aventura, sub-áreas de: Alta Montaña, excursionismo, trekking, escalada) y se encuentra actualmente inscrito en el Registro de Prestadores de Servicios Turísticos de la misma institución.

 

Nuestros guías son personas con experiencia en el rubro y cuentan con las certificaciones requeridas para trabajar en estas actividades (certificaciones que además, se van actualizando), tal como: Certificación Wilderness First Responder (WFR).

 

En cada actividad, privilegiamos la prestación de un servicio sustentable: utilizamos productos reciclables y orgánicos, promovemos los principios de NDR (No Deje Rastro), promovemos el turismo local, etc.

 

Si quieres participar de un trekking o expedición y no tienes el equipo técnico para hacerlo, Allmountain los incluye dentro de cada actividad (que lo requiera). Ejemplo: carpa, crampones, piolet, casco, etc.


Apostamos por un turismo sustentable y sostenible

 

En cada trekking, Expedición, Mountain Tour o salida de escalada, apostamos por una:

 

Sustentabilidad Cultural:

Souvenirs de artesanos locales: Visitamos centros culturales, museos, ferias artesanales para poder promover el consumo de productos de las comunidades locales y que nuestros clientes interactúen con ellas para llevarse una experiencia completa de la comunidad local y sus costumbres, alimentación y demás.

 

Sustentabilidad Ecológica:

Utilizamos jabones y productos naturales de limpieza  que no contaminen la tierra, el agua de los lugares que visitamos.

Privilegiamos los envases de vidrio y después de cada actividad separamos y reciclamos la basura producida en nuestras salidas.

Tratamos de limpiar los lugares que visitamos o bien traer la basura que encontramos.

 

Sustentabilidad Energética:

Cargadores de baterías solares: Utilizamos cargadores de baterías solares para cargar nuestros celulares, cámaras fotográficas y otros artículos electrónicos.


Fotos


Video

Te invitamos a disfrutar de este maravilloso documental grabado por una querida cliente de Lituania, en donde muestra y relata toda la experiencia vivida en su expedición al Volcán Ojos del Salado. Esto es una fiel muestra que no se trata sólo de subir la cumbre de Volcán Ojos del Salado, sino también, se trata de una aventura muy completa. Paisajes de la Región de Atacama que impactan con su belleza e inmensidad, cultura de la zona que encanta a todo aquel que se deje envolver por ella y las especiales rutas de alta montaña que sólo existen aquí. ¡Que lo disfrutes!

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