CENTRAL TOWER OF PAINE
This expedition takes us to the heart of Patagonia, and by far one of the most dramatic and beautiful mountain ranges in the world. The Paine Range is located in the Towers of Paine National Park, or Torres del Paine. Some of the hardest climbs in the world lie in this magic land of Patagonia. Startling granite spires jut into the sky as part of our daily geography.
Harder than the North Tower, the Central Tower of Paine offers some of the best climbing in all of Patagonia. The Central Tower is a Grade VI route with climbing difficulties up to 5.10+, A2. This very technical route, combined with the legendary Patagonian weather, makes this climb extremely challenging. Senoret Brothers was one of the first companies to do this type of guiding in Torres del Paine.
We find it tremendously exciting to be able to share this climb with our clients. Guide to client ratios are kept small, with a maximum of 2 clients per guide. Climbers for this expedition need to have previous rock climbing experience and be in top physical condition. Join us and climb a tower in Patagonia!
We meet in Punta Arenas or Puerto Natales (depends the fly), we will pick you up at the airport.
Gear check at the hotel and expedition briefing. At dinner we will try some of the fine Chilean cuisine and wines.
Spectacular drive to Parque Nacional Torres del Paine (Towers of Paine National Park), one of the most beautiful parks in the world. Hike to Camp 1 and establish camp. Porters will carry all of our gear to this camp.
Day 03 - 04
These 2 days will be our best days to realize the summit, that is why we leave 2 days to be more flexible with the weather and with our physical state. We will choose the best possibility to ensure an incredible experience in these summits.
Next day 05
Drive back to Punta Natales . End of expedition and celebration dinner.
Next day fly home via Santiago or continue traveling in South America.
Professional Mountain Guides (1 to 2 guide-client ratio)
two nights hotel accommodation in Puerto Natales.
all land transportation from Punta Arenas or Puerto Natales.
All expedition food
All community camping gear (tents, stoves, cooking gear, medical kit, etc.)
All community technical gear (such as climbing ropes, fixed lines, multiple racks of hardware; cam devices, nuts, pitons, carabiners, webbing, etc.)
Global Rescue .