Volcán Ojos del salado
“The highest active volcano in the world”

The great volcano Ojos del Salado is a volcano located in the Atacama region of northern Chile. It is a volcano that has become the goal of many climbers around the world since it is the highest volcano on the planet, with its 6,893 meters above sea level it rises above all the existing volcanoes in the world. Also, it is the second highest mountain in all America after the great Aconcagua that exceeds it by only 70 meters. Also many people from different parts of the world come to this sector of the "Puna" the Atacama to acclimatize to go to the Himalayas, due to their "easy" access to the high altitude of this mountains. Inner Mountain invites you to an adventure and exploration in one of the most remote areas of the earth in the Atacama Desert, where you will discover your most intimate internal challenges in a challenging ascent for any lover of the high peaks of the world.


Atacama desert, Región de Atacama, Chile.


22.614 feat.


9 days




November to April



Required equipment

Sleeping bag , pad , High mountain boots ( for more info see recommendations)


Physical and medical conditions compatible with physical activity

  • Transport
  • Expert Guide / First aid certification
  • Breakfast, Daily Lunch box
  • All foods
  • Tents
  • Trekking Poles
Does not include
  • Personal Equipment (see in recommendations)
  • Insurance


Day 1

Santiago de Chile – Bahia Inglesa (Sea level).

Day 2

Bahía Inglesa – Laguna Santa Rosa (3.700 m – 12,140 ft).

Day 3

Ascent of acclimatization to “Siete Hermanas” Hill (4.800 m – 15,748 ft). Night in Laguna Santa Rosa.

Day 4

Laguna Santa Rosa – Laguna Verde . Night in Laguna verde (4.350 m – 14,271 ft).

Day 5

Ascent of acclimatization to San Francisco Volcano (6.018 m – 19,744 ft). Night in Laguna Verde.

Day 6

Laguna Verde – Refugio Murray. Night in Refugio Murray (4.500 m – 14,763 ft).

Day 7

Refugio Murray – Refugio Atacama (5.300 m – 17,388 ft).

Day 8

Refugio Atacama – Summit – Refugio Murray. Night in Refugio Murray at 4.500 m.

Day 9

Refugio Murray – Bahía Inglesa (Sea Level)

Day 10

Bahía Inglesa – Santiago de Chile


Equipment and Clothing

  • Pad (Available for rent)
  • Sleeping bag (-15 confort minimum)
  • Sunglasses
  • Backpack
  • High mountain boots.
  • High mountain Jacket (Feather jacket and/or primaloft)
  • Windstopper jacket
  • High mountain gloves
  • First and second layer
  • Shirt, breathable if possible.
  • High mountain pants
  • Sunscreen
  • Warm socks
  • Coat cap and jockey