3 attractive volcanos, hot springs & a unique fauna
Dates: Friday, November 21 - Friday, December 12 2014 (21 days)
Guide: Martin Stettler, qualified mountain guide UIAGM ( About)
Three solitary climbs, Unesco natural world heritage landscapes and a rich fauna
The «vast north» of Chile (and the southwest of Βolivia) is characterized by its volcanic origin and the desert plateaus at the foot of the Andes. In this extraordinary landscape lie the Atacama Desert in one of the world’s driest flat belts of land as well as the Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt lake.
Here we hike through Unesco natural world heritage landscapes and climb 3 attractive volcanos: two five thousanders to get accustomed as well as the 6060m high Guallatiri which is the climax of that journey.
Despite the aridness of the Altiplano we come across a surprisingly rich fauna living around colourful lagunas: lamas, vicunjas, guanacos, flamingos, condors and many more.
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Laguna Colorada, Bolivia
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