One of the most classic ascents into a surprising mountain setting of Argentina. The roof of Córdoba, Cerro Champaqui of 2790 meters, is a magical work of nature within the so-called Sierras Grandes. On one side Calamuchita Valley, the other, the Traslasierras. An invitation to the great adventure for trekking lovers.
What we present here is the planned route for the crossing, but the exact route, the duration of each stage of travel and choice of alternative routes are subject to various factors such as weather conditions and group assessment by the guides.
Day 1: Meeting in Villa General Belgrano, from there we will go to the small mountain village of Villa Alpina, located about 1,300 meters. Here we will prepare and arrange the bags and started the trekking gradually, bound for the area shelters, located at 2200 masl
The marked trail, gets deep into the Sierras Grandes and this stretch lasts approximately 6 hours to reach the camp area and shelters, along the Rio Tabaquillo. We will rest, have some snack and later assembly of camp. Dinner and overnight.
Day 2: Early breakfast. We have a day of ascent to summit, toward the roof of the province of Córdoba. A steep climb with great views.If time and conditions permit us, we will arrive to summit around noon. Time to lunch and enjoy the great moment. Later we began the descent back to the camp. Relax. Snack. Farewell dinner and overnight.
Day 3: Breakfast. Descent to Villa Alpina, after disarming the camp. We finally arrived at the place where the vehicle will be waiting to move to Villa Gral Belgrano. End of program.
Note: The bus services to Buenos Aires depart to the evening and arrive early the next day.
A beautiful opportunity to get started in trekking and climbs to summit.
-Local transfers to and from Villa Gral Belgrano.
-Qualified Mountain Guides
-Full board in the mountain
-Two nights on the mountain overnight in tent (check for shelters)
-The three-day guided trekking and climbing
-Previous advice and personalized meetings with photos
Bus BUE-V.Gral Belgarno-BUE