Climbers throughout the two decades of climbing have left hand-drawn topos of their routes. If you have opened a route, and you want it registered for others to see and climb, send your topo to

Map of the Walls

The two maps below can help orient you to the location of walls, routes, trails and campgrounds. The first Google map shows a general idea of the main sectors (red). The second is an topographical OSM map and shows the wall / cliff features and their names if you zoom in on them.


No guide book, just paper or digital copies of the topos. Otherwise you can hand draw them. If you copy them to your your phone, bring a solar charger. Photo: © Katy P-Coch
  • Areas are listed below starting with La Junta (center) and the walls surrounding in a clockwise manner as seen from above. Click an area to see its topos.
  • Routes within each area are organized as seen from the ground in a left-to-right manner.
  • El The link will take you to Refugio Cochamó’s Topo Collection.
  • Save topos to your phone. Remember to bring a portable solar panel to charge your device since there is no place to charge in La Junta or upper valleys.
  • A selection of printed topos are kept in a PVC tube labeled “Topos” at the first bivy of Trinidad and another an the main bivy of Anfiteatro. These topos depend on the care and organization of each climber that uses these.
  • If you decide to print your own, and once your are leaving, please recycle your topos by leaving them with the rangers at the Centro de Visitantes stationed at the valley’s trailhead.
  • Topos are NOT kept at the Refugio Cochamó nor Camping La Junta.

La Junta

Click to see La Junta’s topos.

Arco Iris

Click to see Arco Iris’s topos.

Valle La Junta

Click to see Valle La Junta’s topos.


Click to see Paloma’s topos.


Click to see Trinidad’s topos.

Valle de la Bestia

Click to see Valle de la Bestia’s topos.


Click to see Anfiteatro’s topos.


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