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Old School WBGreat solo day on normal route  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Feb 25, 1997

Old School WB

After getting my butt kicked on Aconcagua, Phil and I headed south to explore southern Chile and Argentina. I ended up solo’ing Lanin Volcano via the normal route while Phil slept in the shelter since he wasn’t in the mood to slog up Lanin. I had a great solo climb on easy snow in a beautiful setting; no Aconcagua, but a pleasant snow climb to excellent views.
Posted Sep 5, 2012 4:01 pm

monkeypikeBeautiful Volcano  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Dec 20, 2009

monkeypike

Spent a few weeks in Lanin National Park gazing at this beautiful volcano before heading off on bikes from Junin to go and climb it. Took a day to the campsite, a short day up to Refugio CAJA, then a marathon day climbing to the summit, back down to the road and then cycling back to Junin.
A very nice climb in clear but chilly conditions, and only 4 others on the mountain that day.

Very brief trip report here: www.pikesonhikes.blogspot.com
Posted Jul 10, 2011 10:49 am

7summitsWindy  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Mar 9, 2011

7summits

Very windy. just us 3 on the mountain, nice and easy way up, 5 hours to the CAJA hut, 4 hrs to the summit. Wind was so hard it blew us over several times and we skipped the final 20m or so on the summit glacier.
White-out on descent as well, compass very handy.
Posted Mar 13, 2011 1:19 pm

PAROFESI was not easy but i did it!  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Jan 16, 2010

PAROFES

After wishing to be there for 2 years, finaly i could step on its summit and enjoy that spetacular view...
Blue skies, no wind, awesome!
Posted May 27, 2010 12:03 pm

Josh_InkedNormal route  Sucess!

Josh_Inked

Awesome weather which is odd in that part of the country. All around very pretty due to its prominence. Not enough snow this year made it quite a scree slog.
Posted Mar 6, 2009 12:55 pm

hellobeccaleeChilean Route  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Nov 25, 2007

hellobeccalee

We choose to climb a more remote route on Lanin from the Chilean side. We camped at the base and had a very long summit day but had great weather. Clear views of Villarica, Quetrupillan, and Lliama. You will need to have some good route finding skills (wands, compass) for this route, since there is no boot track (until you get to the Canaleta), be especially carefully if you have whiteout conditions.
Posted Oct 9, 2008 1:36 pm

paisajeroamericanoCara Chilena  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Feb 5, 2008

paisajeroamericano

I climbed Volcan Lanin from the Chilean side b/c the Argentine guardaparque had too many rules. This route is arguably easier (less glaciated), but is also more remote (no refugios). It is better to climb earlier in the year, as rockfall was a problem this late. A small, obvious crevasse must be crossed near the summit. Crampons and ice axe were not really necessary, but certainly would be in the spring.
Posted Feb 29, 2008 4:27 pm

gdrod2006 march  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Mar 20, 2006

gdrod

We climbed the mountain via the normal route. Nice weather (not common)and a Great Summit View!!! Ariel Borgialli and Ivan Bonacalza also were in the team.
Posted Nov 16, 2006 5:22 pm

Fabrice.RimlingerNormal route  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Jan 21, 2006

Fabrice.Rimlinger

Unsually good weather and great views.3h to the top from BC. Easy mountain but hard ice at the end ... take care !
Posted Nov 11, 2006 4:24 pm

Bob & Konrad KossickWeekend Warriors

Bob & Konrad Kossick

It's a good thing this isn't a "summit" post as we never actually made it to the top. Me, my wife, and our then 6 month old son (Nikolas) went - using the northern route - as far as the first Casa de Refugio (i.e., the one maintained by the military) with an amazing guide that we had contracted locally in San Martin de los Andes. It was an awesome, laid back trek through the base level forest, then through the volcanic rock field, then up the spine, and finally to the rest stop at 2,450 meters (where we lunched on smoked jabali, homemade chocolates, cheese, bread, and mate - a luxury). Our guide - a seasoned professional - tells us that Nick was his youngest client (even if he rode on my back for the better part of the trip). From that elevation we could see clear to the Argentine-Chilean border crossing, as well as several prominent Chilean peaks off to the NW. Slowed down by our less than optimal condition and surplus packing weight, it took us a good solid 5-6 hours to make the casa de refugio. We rested about an hour and then spent a good 2 hours on the descent. I would like nothing more than to go back, with the right gear and leaving my infant child behind, and go for the sumnmit. If the first leg was as good as what we experienced, the second must be even better!
Posted May 5, 2006 2:07 am

Peter EliassenRoute Climbed: Border Patrol Entrance Date Climbed: March 4, 2004  Sucess!

Peter Eliassen

What a great climb...9K feet in two days is a bunch, but well worth it. Got lost on the descent, every glacial valley looks the same!
Posted Jul 22, 2004 3:54 pm

Glenn GardnerRoute Climbed: North Face variation Date Climbed: January 13, 2003  Sucess!

Glenn Gardner

Great climb...I highly recommend it. This was my wife's first mountain climb and she both agonized but loved it. Be prepared and have a blast.
Posted Jun 25, 2004 9:06 pm

Pedro HauckRoute Climbed: normal Date Climbed: march 2000  Sucess!

Pedro Hauck

nice mountain
Posted Oct 20, 2003 11:00 pm

El Tigre ValderramaRoute Climbed: Standar Direct on north face via Tromen Pass Date Climbed: Winter 1998  Sucess!

El Tigre Valderrama

Pretty nice climb, very smooth and rather easy. The weather was no good that day, and all of the 3 shelters were packed. My partner Diego Lon did not want to go up and I joined the rope of Sargento the Infanteria Segundo (Sargent Segundo, from the Argentinean Army), who made me climb, together with his client "like in the army! However, I enjoyed the climb. Watch out for the ugly Patagonian mosquitos called “tabanos”.
Posted Jun 18, 2002 5:45 pm

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