Cerro Pintor is a 8.8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Lo Barnechea, Santiago, Chile that features beautiful wild flowers and is only recommended for very experienced adventurers. The trail is primarily used for hiking, camping, and backpacking and is best used from October until April.

Length8.8 miElevation gain4,245 ftRoute typeOut & back
BackpackingCampingHikingForestViewswild-flowersWildlife
Waypoints (7)
1
Estacionamiento
-33.32838, -70.282629
2
Portezuelo Franciscano
-33.316609, -70.262536
3
Laguna Piuquenes
-33.316265, -70.261274
4
Falsa Parva
-33.312456, -70.265947
5
Cerro La Parva
-33.302075, -70.258219
6
Refugio
-33.298966, -70.256963
7
Cerro Pintor
-33.288896, -70.248835
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Reviews (5)
Photos (0)
Recordings (7)
Completed (11)
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Mark Korvas
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My first hike in Chile. A semi difficult ascent but there are places the trail goes flat for some reprieve. Amazing colors and formations, then the glacier come into view. You'll want to keep going as the sights keep getting more interesting.

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nubian aravena
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HikingGreat!

Increíbles vistas de los Andes a esa altura. Tener cuidado con apunarse.

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Lucia Fuentes
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HikingNo shadeRocky
First to Review

One of the best trekking tracks in Central Chile. It's hard for beginners and completely enjoyable for everyone. You might get "puna" (altitude sickness) but if you walk slowly and with rithm, all fine. By all means get your walking sticks, as you should do in Chilean Andes all the time. Start from the La Parva chair lift (another beautiful adventure) and you are on the go!

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Neil Bansal
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Hiking

Did this in connection with El Plomo - hiking here would be more accessible without a guide

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Toshiaki Maeda
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Hiking
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