• Fantastic views over to the high Andes of Chile and Argentina.

  • Intriguing Inca ruins to visit close to the summit.

  • Trekking peak makes ideal acclimatisation for Aconcagua.

  • Fully supported trek with top quality, professional guides.

The overall organisation was very good, as were the guides.

D. Moorhouse


Cerro El Plomo Itinerary

  • Day 1

    Drive from Santiago to La Parva (2,800m), camp (B,L)

  • Day 2

    Trek La Parva to Piedra Numerada, camp (B,L,D)

  • Day 3

    Trek from Piedra Numerada to La Hoya, camp (B,L,D)

  • Day 4

    Summit day, return to La Hoya, camp (B,L,D)

  • Day 5

    Trek to meet car, drive back to Santiago, trip ends (B,L)

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What's Included?

All transportation as indicated in the itinerary, English speaking mountain guide, Spanish speaking mountain assistant if more than three participants, Mules to carry packs,commubnal camping & mountain equipment (includes two person mountain tents, a kitchen/dining tent, tables & stools, light, cooking equipment & utensils, first aid kit, meals and transfers as listed.

What's Not Included?

International flights, insurance, tips, meals not listed, personal kit, alcoholic or soft drinks

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