Our camping equipment

We’ll show you the included items on our treks. As a company we provide the best quality equipment for the best experience possible. Take note of these items so you don’t bring stuff you won’t need at the end.

Our tents

Enjoy a good night’s sleep in our spacious Aconcagua tents. All our tents have space for four people, but you will only share with one other trekker. This leaves a lot of room to spread out comfortably and store your duffel bags.

Dining tent

While on the trek we have a full size dining tent to serve your meals without worry from weather or bugs.

Private toilet tents

There is no need for additional hiking in the middle of the night when you have to use the toilet. We set up spotless, environmentally friendly chemical toilet inside a tent for your private use.

Duffel Bag

Bag For your clothes & other personal items. These bags will be carried by the porters and returned to you at each campsite Size : 66cm x 33cm


1.5 inches thick Size: 60 cm x 180 cm. which will be at your disposal every night before bedtime.

Oxigen tank

Just in case the high altitude and thinner air become an issue, our guides bring along an oxygen tank to insure your health and safety.

Satellite phones

Each of out guides going out on our treks is equipped with a fully charged satellite phone. While these are really for emergencies, we allow our clients to use them at any time (at an additional cost for its use.)

These are available for rent from us

Sleeping bag

We guarantee you’ll be cozy and warm.

  • SIZE: 80” long x 60” wide at the shoulders
  • WEIGHT: 1.7 lb/800gr
  • TEMPERATURE: – 15 °C / 2 °F degrees
  • MUMMY STYLE: 850+

Personal tent

Ultralight and wind resistant tent ideal for extreme conditions.

  • Quick Armed.
  • High waterproof.

Walking sticks (1 pair)

Helps support your knees and balance. You can rent them from us for $15

Inflatable air mattress

For added comfort and to insulate you from the cold ground 2.5 inches thick Size: 180cm x 60cm You can rent them from us for $20

Day packs

we recommend using a lightweight backpack to carry the essentials, with compression straps to reduce stress from the weight

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