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Lanin Volcano Ascent - Patagonia

Lanín Volcano Expedition - Patagonia

3.776 OSL- Conventional: trekking – ascent - mountaineering

  • Start Date : 2021-Oct-23
    End Date: 2021-Oct-24
  • Hora Inicio: 6 pm, on day 0
    Hora Fin: 10pm
  • Meeting Point:San Martin de los Andes
    End time: San Martin de los Andes
  • Duration:2 days
    Availability: 8 available spots
Lanin Volcano Ascent - Patagonia

Propuesta

The giant that rises from the horizon

The Lanin volcano is one of the most outstanding Andean figures of the Patagonia. Its greatness figure spreads admiration from the most forgotten places of the region.. It can be seen from 200 km away and it is difficult to confuse it with its magnanimous neighbors VILLARRICA (still active ), OSORNO and LLAIMA. Its name “LAN-IN” comes from the mapuche language and has several meanings: ”death rock”…and “ to get sink or we are sinking” 

You canclimb it by all its faces. The hardest wall is the southern one which has the most difficult technique; the most used is the northern one. It is a demanding  ascent and it has three basic and typical mountain shelters: BIM (military infantry battalion) at 2250 mts., RIM (Military infantry regimen) at 2350 mts (nowadays out of service) and  CAJA (Junín de los Andes Andean club) at 2450 mts. The view from its summit is extraordinary. If you look to the south you can observe (from the base) the lakes Huechulafquen, Paimún, Epulafquen , Lolog ,Lacar and  the exceptional view of the Tronador Mount (3554 m.a.s.l.) in the south of Bariloche. To the south: the Tromen, Quillwn, Ñorquinco lakes and to the West all the Chilean volcanos. This is an invitation to visit a magic but real mountain, a chance that nature offers us to live with our spirit full of emotions and feelings

 

Season 2020 - 2021
  • October 30 &31
  • November 2&3 / 6&7 / 9&10 / 27&28 ( within the Trivolcánica program) 30 y1 Dec (before the ascent to the Tronador)
  • December 9&10 / 12&13
  • January 4&5 / 7&8

Special dates:    Dates upon request for minimum groups of  4

Itinerary: 

Day 0 (previous day): Meeting in San Martin de los Andes with the guides team. Previous advice on accommodation, rented equipment and equipment review. In the afternoon. General preparations.

Day 1: Transfer on charter vehicle to the Paso Tromen located at the foot of the north face of the Lanin Volcano, where the park ranger station is located, which will control the team of the expedition members. In the first stage, after ascending approximately 5/7 hours, we arrived at one of the mountain shelters located at approximately 2350 m.a.s.l. Dinner and night in the shelter or in a tent (depending on availability).

Day 3: Very early (3 am) and after a hearty breakfast we will begin our attempt to summit. From this height on, the march is through permanent snowfields (from October to January), so the use of crampons and picks is essential for walking (the day before or before the ascent, a brief explanation of how to use them and your safety). Before noon the summit is reached (3776 m.a.s.l.). After the festivities and the corresponding photoshoot, the descent begins to the refuge area and from there to the base. Transfer back to San Martin de los Andes to accommodation. End of our services.

Note

Difficulty and specifications for the ascent:


It is a demanding ascent. On the first day we make an ascendant between 5 to 6 hours until we reach the shelter area at 1300 mts. We will spend the night in a shelter or tent depending on the availability. The second day (if the weather conditions is good) we will go for the summit leaving the shelter between 3 or 4 am (at night and using headlamp).This unevenness is about 1400 mts and it is located in a more technical terrain (long ice loosen rock slabs). We can only be in the summit for a few minutes to take some pictures and hydrate ourselves. Then we will descend to our night shelter, rest for a while and take our equipments to continue our descent to the mountain base (according to a new disposition established a few years ago, it is not possible to spend another night in the mountain). In the base, a transport will be waiting for us.

 

Included Services
  • 1 Mountain Guide authorized by  Lanin National Park up to 4 passengers, plus 1 Mountain Guide from the fifth passenger onward  (Included in the rate and service). In a group of up to 4 passengers, only the Mountain Guide will be with the group and in caseone of the passengers can not continue ascending towards the summit, the whole group will have to return. If the group wishes, an assistant can be hired, who will be quoted separately.
  • Transfer from San Martin or Junín de los Andes to Lanin National Park (Tromen) and from teh park to Junin de los Andes
  • Full board Meals during the ascent
  • High mountain tents and general mountaineering elements (cooking equipement, etc)
  • Personal Insurance Coverage
  • Crampons, helmet and picks
  • Safety elements: VHF Communication equipments,, complete first  aids kit, mountaineering technical equipment.
  • 1 night in mountain tent or refuge

 

Services NOT included
  • Bus/Plane ticket to Junin de los Andes
  • Personal equipment (check the required list)
  • Accomodation in San Martin or Junin  de los Andes (previous and after nights )
  • Expenses due to abandonment of the expedition

 

 

 

Galería de Fotos y Videos


Albums

ascenso Lanin
Lanin Volcano - # top10clasicmountainsofargentina - Neuquén

Lanin volcano (3776 masl). Expedition with ascent to summit

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Ascent to Lanin Volcano - Expedition to Summit - Neuquén - Patagonia

3776 m.a.s.l. - Conventional: trekking - ascent - mountaineering

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Expedition and Ascent to the Lanin Volcano - Patagonia

3776 masl - Conventional: trekking - ascent - mountaineering

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Lanin Volcano - Summit Expedition- Neuquén - Patagonia

3776 masl - Trekking, ascent, mountaineering

Donde se duerme

In the mountains we sleep only one night. In a sleeping bag and insulating in mountain tents or Domes (large tents). There is also the possibility, depending on the indication and availability of the national park, of using one of the shelters (without services or beds).

Faq

Is this a diffcult ascent?

The technical difficulty goes through slopes of 35 degrees with the use of crampons; and physical difficulty onthe second day, trying the summit and having to descend to the base.

 

Do I need to be phisically active?

For any mountain activity you need to have a previous physical preparation, or be physically active. In this case we suggest training (jogging twice to three times a week, cycling or swimming) and doing a good leg workout (gym, crossfit, , etc.)

 

Do I need to have previous experience?

We recommend  walking at least once before this trekking with a backpack in another trail. Summit day is usually hard.

 

Where do we spend the night?

Overnight is  in mountain camps or in mountain refuge.

 

Do we have to carry a tent?

Tents are included in the service. 

 

What is the weather like?

Although we will be there in spring/summer, temperatures tend to be low at night.

 

How much does the backpack weigh?

Between 10 - 12 kilos 

 

Do we have any breaks/stops during the ascent?

Yes.  We have breaks for lunch, snacks and rests.

 

What is the minium age to be part of the expedition?

13 years old  

 

Is there a porting service?

No. Everyone must  carry in his/her own backpack, personal equipment. You can hire porter  although you should consult and book early.

 

What do we eat?

In all our expeditions we provide the meal service ON FULL BOARD

Cold meals/Lunches: Milanesa (tradional Argentine beef cut)  and tomato sandwiches,  sandwiches, snacks, salads, tapas, etc.

Dinners: Vegetable stews-bacon-red chorizo, chicken and vegetable casseroles, pasta with various sauces or stew, roasted meat, Chaw Fan, chicken with rice , pizzas ....

Breakfasts and snacks: Tea, Coffee, Cappuccino, Mate Cocido, Mate, Milk powder; bread, cookies, jam, honey, dulce de leche; cereals, fruit.

Individual bag with energetic snacks: Nougats, bars, nuts, chocolates, alfajores, candies, others ...

It is necessary to complete the personal / medical file to clarify if you have any special diet

 

Graduación de dificultad

Mochila: Peso / Duración de la Jornada.

Exigencia Física

Técnico: Dificultad en el Terreno / Equipo.

Fortaleza Psicológica

Exposición a la Altura

Backpack (M)

This point has to do with the weight that we must carry in our backpacks. Trekkings or crossings where we have pack animals allow us to bear less weight on our backs. And the multi-day journeys in Patagonia (without the option of having pack mules) generally make us carry more weight, especially in the early days.

20% Up to 5 Kilos: Short excursion walks / Trekking Talampaya

40% Hasta 8/10 Kilos: Trek-ascenso de ida y vuelta / Vallecitos programas de 3 y 4 días

60% Up to 12/15 kilos: Crossing trekking with porting / Crossing of the Andes Paso Portillo

80% More than 15/18 kilos: Cross-country trekkings with little or no portage / Trekkings in Patagonia (Paso Vuriloche, PN Lanin or Nahuel Huapi, etc)

100% More than 25 Kilos: With a lot of equipment on top and little or no porting / Continental Ice

Fitness (F)

We consider physical demands to the wear that we can suffer both aerobic (climbs = possible shortness of breath) and muscle (resistance = many hours walking) and of legs and joints (descents = knees / ankles).

20% half a day or less with little unevenness.

40% more sustained slopes and longer days in the activity. 2-3 days / more than 6 hours per day.

60% Long ascents and descents with a longer duration. Ascents to more than 4000 meters in the central mountain range / intense 4-day trekking (Uruguayan plane)

80% Important work of legs in resistance. Very long days. Very long day ascents (Lanin - Domuyo) or more than 5000 meters. Ice courses.

100% Maximum demand. Aerobic work and constant effort on legs. Continental Ice, Aconcagua, mountains of more than 6000 meters.

Technical (T)

The technical difficulty is mainly based on the terrain. How much can it cost us to climb a slope, if it is very steep or if we have to use our hands in some section (simple climbing), both in rock and snow-ice, or materials such as crampons and pegs in other ascents.

20% flat land

40% trails with moderate ups and downs. General crossing trekkings . Sierra de la Ventana, Córdoba, Patagonia, Cuyo, north, others. Classic ascents

60% Steeper slopes and trails. Possible use of crampons. Domuyo, Cordón del Plata, Cordillera Central.

80% Mixed terrain, with snow or ice. Alvear, Lanin, Tronador. Bolivia, Peru.

100% Highly technical terrain. Glacial transit and climbing in sections. Hill climbing with sections on slopes of more than 60 ° inclination

Psycho (P)

We maintain that this point, the psychological factor, represents a relevant factor. Each one needs a factor of conviction, confidence, self-control and will power to achieve a goal. And depending on the attitude with which we face distances, slopes, terrain and many other objective factors, we can achieve performance with very different results.

20% We will not be much affected.

40% This is a normal level of attention.

60% We require more motivation, enthusiasm and concentration.

80% The activity will require us to be very connected and convinced.

100% Maximum control and emotional-psychological performance.

Adventures (A)

It is the factor that, the height above sea level, influences us depending on the activity we carry out. Managing and overcoming symptoms caused by altitude is the key to this point

0% + sea level.

20% Up to 2000 masl.

40% + 2000 masl.

60% + 4000 masl.

80% + 5000 masl.

100% + 6000 masl.

Gradual Adventure Activity Difficulty System designed by Leandro Scheurle.
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Required equipment

GENERAL EQUIPMENT
  • Trekking backpack  (60 to 80 liters)  
  • Warm sleeping bag ( 0  degrees comfort) 
  • Insulated sleeping pad (10 to 15mm) 
  • trekking poles 
SHOES
  • Climbing boots for 4000 meter mount. Waterproof 
  • Extra pair of trekking boots 
BASE LAYER
  • Underwear.
  • Cotton shirts (to be in the camp and to sleep)
  • T-shirts and / or short-sleeved synthetic shirts
  • Synthetic shirts with long sleeves
  • Pants or leggings made of polypropylene or similar (not cotton). To wear as warm indoor pants
  • Thin gloves made of polypropylene or similar (not cotton)
  • Synthetic thin socks (not cotton)
  • Buff neck 
MIDDLE LAYER 
  • Trekking socks (synthetic-thermal)
  • thick mountain socks
  • cotton or wool socks ( wool is for sleeping)
  • 1 long trekking pants
  • 2 Sweatshirt (Fleece 100 or Fleece 200)
  • Feather duvet jacket
  • Warm hat (fleece)
 OUTER LAYER 
  • Waterproof jacket - parka (gore tex or similar)
  • Pants cover (gore tex or similar)
  • Waterproof and breathable gloves
  • Ski gloves 
  • Mountain gaiters
 TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT- INCLUDED SERVICE
  • Crampons
  • Climbing helmet
  • Axe
 PERSONAL ELEMENTS 
  • Passport, ID card, ID.
  • Medical insurance
  • Medical and personal information completed, authorization.
  • Permit  printed for payment.
 MISCELLANEOUS
  • FRONTAL flashlight with batteries (with spare batteries)
  • Sturdy plastic bags for storing clothes.
HEALTH & HYGIENE
  • Sun glasses with UV protection Category 4
  • Spare lenses (can be goggles, highly recommended)
  • Personal first-aid kit (medication with the relevant recipe)
  • Sunscreen , Lip balm
  • Soap, shampoo (small) and small towel.
  • Toilet paper. Baby wipes.
KITCHEN ITEMS
  • Containers to drink water, for at least 4 liters (2 bottles of 1 liter and 1 bag of hydration with hose of 2 lt.)
  • Small thermos
  • Personal dishes: Plate, glass / jug, cutlery
 OPTIONAL, not mandatory (check space and weight)
  • SILVER TAPE for blisters and repairs
  • Mini - sewing kit
  • Binoculars. Camera or video equipment
  • Book,  travel diary, pencil, pen

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