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Cerro Tenerifé

Cerro Tenerifé Overview

Length: 1 day

Difficulty: Medium

Activity: Hiking

Hiking Group size: max 6 persons

 

This full day program will take you up to one of the more impressive summit in the Last hope region, Cerro Tenerife. A mountain that’s stands alone right in between Puerto Natales and the National park Torres del Paine. To reach the summit you will have to bushwhack your way through the forest line, climb up the steep scree and battle the Patagonian winds, an experience you will never forget.

2019-2020 Prices

What's Included:

1 guest: USD $ 450 per person

2 guests: USD $ 250 per person
3 guests: USD$ 200 per person
4-6 guests: USD$ 150 per person

Experienced/ certified mountain guide.

All transportation

Lunch

Coffee/ Tea / Maté

Mountain Equipment ( helmet )

***Your trip does not include:
Personal Equipment and trekking gear ( clothing, day backpack )

Mountain equipment ( trekking poles )

Lodging in town 

Travel insurance

Personal first aid 

Tips

Detailed Itinerary

2019-2020 Dates

On request

All participants will be picked up at their hotel / hostel between 7:00 and 7:15. We will start the day driving north, through a very natural scenic route, full of mountains and forest. After an hour driving, we reach the Estancia “Complejo Torres del Paine” at the foot of the mountain Tenerife. This is where we prepare ourselves for the 8 to 9 hour hike ahead of us. We start our journey walking up the mountain following animals’ trails. The real adventure begins when turning into the low deciduous forest. After having hiked up steadily, with some well-deserved breaks, we will get to a stunning viewpoint at the edge of the forest line. Here we can start to feel how much of the Patagonian winds we are going to experience this day. Climbing up making a direct line towards the summit, with the forest staying behind, the views are only going to get better. Reaching the summit after hiking up the high mountain dessert, we will be able to enjoy a 360° view around us with the National park Torres del Paine in the north, the Sierra Baguales mountain range in the west, Puerto Natales in the South and the Chacabuco mountain range in the east. There is no better way to get to know Patagonia as seeing it from the top of a mountain. After our summit experience, we will head back to our transportation at the foot of the mountain, and drive back to Puerto Natales where we will arrive around 19:00.