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Chile Montaña Announces Winter Season Santiago Day Trips

June 20, 2013

Santiago day trips offered by Chile Montaña this winter season include backcountry skiing in Chile, guided skiing at Chilean ski resorts, rock climbing in Santiago, and trekking adventures in Cerro La Campana National Park.

Santiago, Chile (PRWEB) June 20, 2013

With the winter season having begun in Santiago, Chile, Chile Montaña has put together their winter season Santiago day trips schedule. Offering a wide variety of outdoor adventure day trips in and around Santiago this season, expert mountain guides from Chile Montaña will lead trips into Chile’s Central Andes for backcountry skiing, challenging rock climbing adventures, and trekking expeditions near Santiago.

For those who have always dreamed of skiing in Chile, Chile Montaña guides will introduce skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts to pristine and untouched backcountry skiing spots as well as to some of Chile’s finest ski resorts this winter season. The Backcountry Skiing in the Andes day trip offered by Chile Montaña will be led by a professional and certified mountain guide, and will explore prime skiing terrain beyond Chilean ski resorts. Chile Montaña’s Backcountry Skiing in the Andes day trip runs from June through October, and includes ski passes, lunch and water, and private transportation.

Skiing Santiago is accessible and fun through Chile Montaña’s Skiing the Andes day trip. This Santiago day trip will bring skiers to the finest ski resorts in the Central Andes, those with small crowds, superior snow conditions, and stunning mountain views. Skiers and snowboarders will be accompanied by an expert Chile Montaña ski guide, and throughout the day, will receive professional advice and tips on skiing and snowboarding. The Skiing the Andes day trip is offered to skiers and snowboarders of all levels. The trip will include ski passes, lunch and water, an English-speaking professional ski guide, and private transportation.

Chile Montaña also offers rock climbing trips in Santiago for adventurers of all climbing levels. Certified mountain guides will take novices and experts to Santiago’s best rock climbing spots for a day of learning the basics or tackling a challenging route. This rock climbing day trip includes a professional rock climbing guide, personal instruction, private transportation, lunch and water, and climbing equipment.

For outdoor adventurers seeking to explore Chile by foot, Chile Montaña leads guided day hikes to Cerro La Campana in Cerro La Campana National Park. Trekkers will be guided by a certified mountain guide to the top of Cerro La Campana, a 1,900 meter (6,200 foot) peak. The trek, called Darwin’s Roblecitos Hike, is so named because Charles Darwin visited what is now the Cerro La Campana National Park in 1934, and declared it a truly unique place. From the top of the peak, hikers can take in views of the Central Andes and Mount Aconcagua. Darwin’s Roblecitos Hike will include an English-speaking mountain guide, lunch and water, hiking poles, and a national park entrance fee. This Santiago day tour to the top of Cerro La Campana runs from April through October.

Visit the Chile Montaña website and blog for an updated schedule of Santiago day trips.

Chile Montaña is committed to sharing fun, challenging, and inspiring mountaineering and outdoor adventures with travelers to Chile. In addition to guided adventures in Chile, Chile Montaña leads trips in Argentina, Bolivia, and Peru. Chile Montaña outdoor adventures allow travelers to explore the natural beauty of Chile during easy and moderate trekking adventures, more rigorous and challenging mountaineering expeditions, trekking trips in the Atacama Dessert and Patagonia, guided backcountry skiing and snowboarding trips, and Santiago day trips. Contact Chile Montana for more information about their outdoor adventure offerings in Santiago and the Andean region at 1.888.804.0298.

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