Beech forests soar across the landscape. Unusual birds flutter their vibrant wings. You keep walking, up and up and up towards the border with Chile. This trek is tough, ascending a mighty, cone-shaped stratovolcano.
Snow dominates the summit all months of the year and you rise through the zones, from open Patagonian plains to forests and icy wilderness. From all angles it’s a postcard and from the summit you enjoy limitless views across Chile and Argentina.
It will take two days to reach the peak and come back down, two days of tough mountaineering and insatiable rewards. This is a private tour and you will have porters doing the mundane stuff, so you can just hike, camp and hike some more.