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Alquimia, Junin de los Andes
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  • If you want to make a safe ascent to all the alternatives that provide, communicate with Alchemy. They are really very serious at what they do.
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  • In the area, few are so professional and organized like them. Noah is a guarantee of well coordinated things and I think that valuable is effort that make taking the dome on the volcano. All those who have come up with them say wake up and see out in similar natural environment of high mountain is invaluable.
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  • I went with Alchemy as part of a group of 12 people, three of whom were our mountain guides. We started in the sectional Tromen, where we agreed to the north face of the Lanin. A very hot day. The sky was blue and the Sun was shining. Lanín inspired fear in me, by the unknown and more about what I had been told, the difficult path. We arrived at the refuge RIM to the 16 aprox. This day was a foretaste of what would come later. At 19, close to us, we saw from the shelter a storm with lightning, and Rainbow. At 21, the storm was upon us. During the dinner, pasta with sauce Bolognese and wine, for those who had chosen it, the guides gave us a technical talk and left us well clear that the road to the Summit was going to be very demanding and more the descent all together along the second day, with an energy demand of 40% up to the Summit and 60% for return and return home. To such an extent that if they saw someone tired they would not allow him up because his work was to care for the safety of the Group and each of us. At 1:30 we woke up for breakfast. At 2:30 we left heading to the Summit. We arrived at the refuge box at 3:00. Two had chosen not to upload and wait in shelters. We put the crampons to cross the snow. At each stop, felt the cold, not while we move. At 6:00 began to appear the first rays of Sun, the darkness of the sky was receding before dawn announcing good time. The last part was steep, we hopped to being careful not to hurt us. At 9:00 we did Summit. It was exciting to get, and see all the peaks surrounding below the Lanin, the Villarica, Tronador, lakes, so little ones. We stayed a few minutes, had wind and some ash suspended in the air, the sky was clear and the Sun was shining. And very cold. We took pictures and began the descent. Cartage from the Summit to the refuge, first on a ground volcanic, composed of loose pebbles and then snow. We did it in summer. According to the guidelines in November the largest part of the road is covered in snow and can save energy on the descent by culopatin with ground Spike:). At 14, we arrived at the refuge, had lunch a few rich pizzas and between 18 and 19 were in the sectional, loading backpacks in the van that was waiting for us to return home. The guides always were attentive, accompanied us and did a great job. An experience full of emotions in every step, of memories and a valuable journey through the incredible landscape.
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