The Cerro Trinidad is undoubtedly one of the most prominent in the valley of the board with a vertical wall of almost 1000 meters is really beautiful with an unique white granite color.
The route Bienvenido a mi insomnio is the most classic of this big wall with more than 20 pithches of pure free climbing in cracks and some slabs .
There is also the route e.z does it which is a route with a shorter climbing approximately 500 meters making perfect for beginners in this climbing style.
Bienvenidos a mi Insomnio 5.11a IV 1,000m
It weaves a clever line up big face of Cerro Trinidad. The climbing is sustained 5.10 with a few pitches of 5.11. Prepare for a battle on the 5.11 butt-crack-flare pitch, and check your head and your partner on the traversing eighth-pitch, 5.11 slabs. Thin face and cracks eventually lead to a memorable summit, with views of snow capped volcanoes, granite spires and the South Pacific.
E.Z does it
This is the first route that we recommend to realize in the valley perfect to know a little the climbing of the place and adapt to its style. The route E Z does it is a relatively easy route with some sections of dihedrals and cracks with a truly amazing summit.
We meet in Puerto Montt or Puerto Varas (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 Cochamo , one of the most beautiful valleys in the world.
Hike 3 hours and establish camp. Horses 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 Puerto Montt and celebration dinner.
End of expedition or continue with the Cochamo Summits program .
Professional Mountain Guides (1 to 2 guide-client ratio)
two nights hotel accommodation in Puerto Varas.
all land transportation from Puerto Varas or Puerto Montt
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.)