We planned for roughly two weeks in the valley (that's a lot of food. and wine.) so we arranged for our gear to be transported in via horse. We worked with a gaucho named Fabian and his company Southern Adventures. As two horses carried in our 70 kilos of food and gear, we enjoyed the trail carved by horses and pioneers between Argentina and Chile.
That wasn't the only accident: a climber was injured while rapelling a route in the dark. From what we know, the climber is stable, but the injury did require a helicopter evacuation.
Hasta pronto, Cochamó!