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Lake district adventures
Domuyo Volcano climb

Imposing Wind Range alternates the arid landscape with the intense and varied colors of the rock formations, volcanoes, thermal waters, hidden lagoons and fertile valleys cut through by many rivers and streams. This range runs north-south, along 75 km, where majestic Domuyo volcano (4700 metres) arises on northern area. It is the highest peak in the province and in the Patagonian Andes.

Day 1:
Zapala City – Domuyo volcano base (Camp 2400 mts)

Day 2:
Base – Camp 1 (330 mts.)

Day 3:
Camp 1 – Peak attempt – Camp 1

Day 4:
Way back to base camp

Day 5:
Way back to Zapala

Day 6:
Extra day in case of bad weather

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• 65 to 70 litres backpack
• Sleeping bag for -10 C confort (synthetic or duvet filling)
• Therma-Rest insulating mat
• Gaiters
• Trekking or medium mountian boots with gore tex ideally
• Trekking poles
• Sun-glasses
• headlamp with new batteries
• 1-litre bottle (nalgene ideally)
• Sunblock (35 or more)
• Lips sunblock
• Minimum personal hygiene items


• Goretex waterproof jacket with hood (3rd layer)
• softshell jacket with hood (2nd layer)
• Waterproof over pants
• Softeshell trekking trousers
• Underwear synthetic fabric t-shirt and stockings (2)
• Spare underwear
• Three pairs of trekking socks
• windsttoper gloves
• Liner gloves
• Waterproof over gloves
• Warm hut and cap
• Neckerchief or Buff for neck protection (optional)
• Light feather or synthetic warm vest or jacket for the night


• Feather or synthetic warm vest
• Pocket book


It is vital for each participant to check all his/her equipment properly before traveling. Said equipment must be in good conditions, it must be comfortable and of course, it must be apt for the purpose. If at half the traverse, any element of the equipment fails, we will not be able to go on normally or of course replace it.
As for clothes, we always recommend synthetic ones, especially for the inner ones and the torso ones: if you wear sweated cotton t-shirt, you will suffer cold very much until our body helps it dry.


• Reception in El Chalten
• Accommodation in Hosteria ** (double base) one or two nights depending on the program when mentioned
• Farewell dinner
• Full program as described
• (Group) Meals porters previous to Marconi Pass
• (Group) Meals porters to Toro Lagoon
• Mountain guides (Certified by National Park Administration)
• Guides assistants depending of participants quantity
• All meals in mountain
• All technical and safety group and individual equipment
• Group camping equipment
• Group cooking equipment
• Communication equipment (VHF)
• First aids kit
• Navigation equipment (GPS)
• Transfers in the program
• Insurances and permits

Not included:

• Transfers neither from nor to El Chaltén.
• Meals not mentioned above
• Accommodation when not mentioned
• Personal equipment (detailed in Necessary equipment)
• Tips
• Drinks in town
• Meals not mentioned in town
• Personal porters

See Complementary Services for transportation, excursions, etc.

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de l’AAGPM
Association Argentine des Guides de Montagne
Prestataire autorisé
Administration des Parcs nationaux
certifiés par
Fundación ECOMED
diplômés de
American Avalanche Association

Argentina Turismo
Argentina Turismo
Association Argentine
des Guides de Montagne
Association Argentine des Guides de Montagne
Av. San Martin 175, El Chaltén, Patagonia Argentina | info@serac.com.ar
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