Team Moloney: Azimut 360

Since its creation, in 1989, our team at AZIMUT 360 has been dedicated 365 days of the year to sharing their passion for Patagonia. Everyone has their own dream summit to reach and AZIMUT 360's goal is to help our guests reach their own goals and realize their own dreams, whatever they may be. With AZIMUT 360 you can count on a high level partner, a professional team at your service to discover CHILE off the beaten track.

GUIDES

Philippe Reuter
A Frenchman and mountaineer extraordinaire, Philippe Reuter has arms like pipe wrenches, and holds the Guinness world record for climbing up and skiing down the world's ten highest volcanoes. A multi-faceted athlete, Philippe has over 25 years experience climbing and skiing in the European Alps and Chilean Andes. In addition to climbing Mt. Everest, he has climbed to over 30 summits at 20,000' and higher in South America.

As an experienced guide and program director for adventure travel outfitters based in Chile, he has led backcountry ski excursions, overland trips, trekking, mountaineering and climbing expeditions throughout Chile, Bolivia and Argentina. He is founding director of adventure travel outfitter Azimut360 based in Santiago and owner and operator of Terra Luna Lodge on Lago General Carrera in southern Patagonia, Chile.

Mark Kniprath
A Wisconsin native, Mark Kniprath is the consummate outdoorsman with 15 years and over 3,000 hours of flying experience in Alaska and Chilean Patagonia. He is considered the best in the business, specializing in remote fly-fishing excursions. In 1984, he became an adventure travel professional guiding adventure excursions and managing wilderness lodges. Mark has the unique ability to navigate high mountain peaks, glacial lakes, narrow fiords, ice fields, glaciers and rivers. As for experience in the outdoors, he's just about done just about everything including spending two winters alone on a remote island in Prince William Sound, Alaska, ""just to see if I could survive like the mountain men did 200 years ago. Piece of cake."