San Lorenzo 3706m
The second highest peak in Patagonian lies in a beautiful and remote area on the Chile-Argentina border. A relatively easy ascent in good weather.
San Lorenzo from the Refugio Toni Rohrer to the north.
Bird nesting in Gino Buscaini's boots, Fundo San Lorenzo, near the town of Cochrane, Chilean Patagonia.
We can organise guided ascents of this peak in summer or winter and it features on our Patagonian Ski Mountaineer programme.
For details of how to climb San Lorenzo and neighbouring peaks please see our guidebooks, which are available in English and French editions, direct from us or from all good bookshops and mountaineering shops.
Looking back down towards the Brecha del Comedor from beneath the Brecha de la Cornisa, San Lorenzo, Chilean Patagonia.
Pinncales in the Cordon Cochrane, behind the high camp, San Lorenzo.