Alto El Naranjo Summit Hike

Summit Hike Summit Hike

    Hiking in Los Andes mountain range.
    Natural view point from where you can watch the Coastal mountain range, Los Andes mountain range and the Valley of Santiago.
    Rich flora and fauna. High probabilities to watch the condor, the biggest flying bird of the world.
    Just one hour from Santiago.

Tour fee: U$71.74 p/p

(At least 2 days in advance.)

Relevant Information

LOCATION Sierra de Ramón, Los Andes mountain range. Lo Barnechea, Santiago.
ALTITUDE 6.200 feet / 1.890 meters a.s.l.
ELEVATION GAIN 3.280 feet / 1.000 meters
LENGTH 6 hours – from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm
DISTANCE 4.8 miles / 7.74 kilometers, round trip
SEASON Year round
NUMBER OF PAX Minimum 2 - Maximum 6
RESTRICTIONS Good health, no knee injuries, over 10 years old.
PREVIUS EXPERIENCE Desirable. Not necessary.
METEOROLOGICAL CONDITION Mediterranean weather with a long dry season. Rains from May to August that get 350 mm. Average temperature 13,9°C / 57°F. During summer is very hot.

Sierra de Ramón, Los Andes mountain range. Lo Barnechea, Santiago.

Hiking from the main entrance of the park to the top of Alto el Naranjo mountain, what it takes about 2 and a half hours. Birds and reptiles watching, eventually foxes and rodents. The summit is a natural view point from where you can watch the valley and Los Andes Mountain range. About 1 hour and a half way back.
Hiking (or comfortable) shoes, backpack, long sleeve shirt, light fleece or sweater, sun screen, jockey or hat, sunglasses and camera. Spare T-shirt. Fall-winter: Hiking shoes, waterproof/warm jacket, beanie and gloves.
Round trip transportation Santiago - Park
All way guide – English spoken
First aids kit
Park fee
Hydration – You must carry on 2 liters
Lunch box
Hiking poles
Hotel at 8:00 am
Pick up (and drop off) is available from any hotel between 7:15 - 8:00 am.

Pick up and drop off fee per person

Downtown Santiago: U$15
Vitacura or La Reina: U$10
Las Condes or Providencia: U$5
Around at 1:00 pm. Way back there can be traffic delays, so please note this.