Guiding in Chile is still my favorite because it feels like hosting people in my home. Sure for several hours each day we are out on a mountain and I am using "hard" skills learned through courses, exams and apprenticeships. But for the rest of the day, I am sharing my favorite place on Earth. I can't imagine missing out on this.
Chile Powder Adventures will be a very small operation for as long as I can get out into the mountains and inspire people to explore. This means I will only be able to accommodate a limited number of guests each season, which means I may be losing some money by some accounting. Well, that's the way it's going to be. I still want to provide the highest level of service and share this place on a very personal level. And because of this, I am still a one-man show. I hope to see you down there some day.