For any climb that is not listed as one of our regular programs, we offer our expertise as local mountain guides for private services, and of course, our help to organize the logistic of your expedition. Please notice that we do not provide this service for Osorno, Calbuco, Puyehue, or Casa Blanca volcanoes or other itineraries that requires a contract with public or privates organizations to be able to operate commercial trips in the areas that they administered.
The maximum number of clients per guide will depend on the difficulty of the itinerary, the commitment of the route, and the technical level of the clients. Not to exceed:
1 guide per 2 clients.
Here we find climbs like the south face of Cerro Arenas, the Parinacota and Puntiagudo volcanoes, Monte San Lorenzo, or Cerro Morado.
A ratio of 1:6 is possible when the use of a rope on the route is not necessary; if a rope is needed, the ratio is 1:2.
A ratio of 1:4 applies.
Like the routes in Cochamó and multi-pitch rock climbing, a maximum of 2 clients per 1 guide; for sport climbing up to one rope length, up to 6 clients per guide (for example in the Metri area, Carretera Austral).
The price of the service depends on the number of participants and the days requested. These and the date of the expedition must be confirmed with the payment of the reservation. With this, we began to work together to have the logistics and planning organized as soon as possible.
|PRICES DO INCLUDE||PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE|
|- Guiding Fees. - Use of ropes and climbing protection hardware. - Help to organize the logistic of the expedition.||- To be responsible for the logistics of the expedition.
- Expenses of the guide to reaching the meeting point for the beginning of the activity and its corresponding return (such as: airport transfer, airline tickets, fuel costs, tolls, etc.).
- Expenses of the guide during the expedition, such as (but not limited to): Any fees for entrance or permits, lifts, porters, mules or cargo horses, hut expenses or lodging, food or beverages, transportation.
- Personal equipment of the clients, such as: clothing, mountain shoes, crampons, poles, helmets, harnesses, etc.
- Collective equipment (such as, for example, those required for camps or technical equipment).
- Any fees for entrance or permits.
- Any means of lifting or transporting cargo or persons.
- Meals or beverages.
- Any other item not specified in what is included in the fare.