2 DAYS | LEONERA
TWO DAYS | ONE NIGHT
Cerro Leonera bautizó por los "arrieros" refiriéndose a muchos pumas que vivieron en el pasado en estos lugares. This summit is one of the largest in the area, next to Cerro Pintor (4.180 masl) and Cerro El Plomo (5.440 masl). The Leonera is characterized for being a hill physically demanding and for having at its top the best view of the Sacred Mountain Inca Cerro El Plomo. Its summit is very cold, because it is exposed to the north face of the Andes mountain range. A hill of high mountain, very striking for those who seek to visit the giants of this part of the Cordillera. The most important thing in this hill is having a good physical condition and resistance to altitude. This hill can be a great start for those who want to venture into the adventure of high mountain expeditions.
The camping place will be halfway, where the view and mountain life will be unforgettable!
08:00 Pick up
10:00 Arrival at La Parva.
-Charla of security.
-Delivery of box-lunch.
11:00 Arrival Piuquenes lagoon.
12:00 Start of trekking to Carrera Field
2:00 pm Lunch
16:00 Establishment of a camp in Cancha de Carrera.
17:00 Technical talk.
21:00 To sleep.
06:00 Wake up
07:00 Start of trekking to Cerro Leoneras
12:00 Summit Hill Leonera.
13:00 Return to camp.
16:00 Arrival base camp.
16:30 Disarm camp
17:00 pm Return to the starting point.
19:00 Arrival of the starting point
CIRCUIT: 2 days.
PICK UP TIME: 08:00 hs.
ARRIVAL TIME SECOND DAY: 19:00 pm aprox.
TRANSFER TIME: 60 minutes.
DURATION OF THE TREKKING ROUND TRIP: 10 - 14 hours.
INITIAL ALTITUD: 3.100 meters - 10.170 feet.
HEIGHT OF THE PLACE OF STAY: 3.600 meters.
FINAL ALTITUD: 4.954 meters - 16.253 feet.
THE EXPEDITION INCLUDES:
Guide with WFR certification
Transfer from Santiago
All meals (breakfast, box lunch, dinner)
Kitchen equipment: plates, pots, cooker, utensils, cups, etc. (the guide and the assistant are responsible for providing food to our customers)
High mountain tents
Complete first aid kit
RECOMMENDATIONS: Comfortable mountain shoes, technical mountain clothing, sun hat (preferably hat with wings), backpack, sunglasses and sunscreen, lip balm, bottle for water.
SEASON: October - May
PRICES FOR A PRIVATE HIKE: