Following the trail to "El Saltillo de las Nalcas" , we turn right 500 mts before it, following another trail which connects to "Mallín Chileno" and "Refugio Viejo" main horses trail. After ½ hour we arrive at that junction and we turn right again coming back to Pampa Linda by the "Vuriloche pass" horses trail.
The name of the passage Vuriloche makes us remember that it was formerly used by the Indians that crossed the mountain range.
It called this way himself to a tribe of Indians that, according to the reports of the time, they were belligerent and they carried out incursions to Concepción's Spanish establishments and Valdivia (XVII century).
After having passed a little hill covered by a young Lenga and Ñire forest we cross a small river which joins the Manso River . From here we start to look for the entrance of a dry river on the left side, paralel to the manso River . We must follow that dry river because it comes from the direction we have to go: the left side of the main frontal morraine of the Ventisquero Negro.
After the last climb up over big boulders and stones to get to the col of the morraine we finally see the glacier.
Depending on the shape of the glacier, the conditions of the morraine, and the influence of the typical river between both, it might be possible to touch the ice, maybe to drink a Scotch Wiskey on the Rocks a thousand years old.