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Excursión laguna 69

Excursión laguna 69 - Huaraz, Peru

Duration: 12 hours
Location: Huaraz, Peru

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$36.00

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La caminata de la Laguna 69 es una de las rutas de senderismo más famosas del Perú.

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Stop At: Laguna 69, Huascaran, National Park, Cordillera Blanca, Yungay Peru

Salimos de la Ciudad bien temprano hacia la parte norte llegando a la Ciudad de Yungay a 55 Km. de Huaraz ... More info ›

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La caminata de la Laguna 69 es una de las rutas de senderismo más famosas del Perú.

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Stop At: Laguna 69, Huascaran, National Park, Cordillera Blanca, Yungay Peru

Salimos de la Ciudad bien temprano hacia la parte norte llegando a la Ciudad de Yungay a 55 Km. de Huaraz. De aquí ingresamos hacia la parte este entrando a la Quebrada de Llanganuco aprox. 28 Km. Llegando al campo base de Cebollapampa (3900 m.) de aquí iniciaremos la caminata de 3 horas aprox. Para llegar a la Laguna 69 (4,400 m.) de un panorama impresionante desde aquí apreciaremos los Nevados: Huascarán, Chopicalqui, Pisco, Huandoy, Yanapaccha y Chacraraju. Después de permanecer buen tiempo en la laguna retornaremos a Cebollapampa y en el retorno veremos las lagunas de Llanganuco (Chinancocha, Horconcocha), Yungay – Huaraz.

Duration: 12 hours

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Excursión a Parón, la nueva joya de Ancash

Excursión a Parón, la nueva joya de Ancash - Huaraz, Peru

Duration: 1 day
Location: Huaraz, Peru

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$42.00

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Nuestro Tour te permite disfrutar de la naturaleza y de la Laguna Parón, la nueva joya de Ancash.

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Stop At: Laguna Paron, Huascaran National Park Cordillera Blanca, Caraz Peru

Full day Laguna de Parón

09:00 am. Partida de la ciudad Huaraz hacia Caraz, desde donde tomaremos un desvío a través de una carretera afirmada e ingresamos a la quebrada Parón hasta llegar a la Laguna de Parón que está a 4200 msnm, rodeado de Quenuales, Ichus, Orquídeas; desde la laguna Parón apreciamos los nevados: Artesonraju, Pirámide de Garcilaso, Pisco, Chacraraju, etc ... More info ›

Descripción

Nuestro Tour te permite disfrutar de la naturaleza y de la Laguna Parón, la nueva joya de Ancash.

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Stop At: Laguna Paron, Huascaran National Park Cordillera Blanca, Caraz Peru

Full day Laguna de Parón

09:00 am. Partida de la ciudad Huaraz hacia Caraz, desde donde tomaremos un desvío a través de una carretera afirmada e ingresamos a la quebrada Parón hasta llegar a la Laguna de Parón que está a 4200 msnm, rodeado de Quenuales, Ichus, Orquídeas; desde la laguna Parón apreciamos los nevados: Artesonraju, Pirámide de Garcilaso, Pisco, Chacraraju, etc. De retorno a la ciudad de Caraz, visitamos la plaza de armas y sus afamadas fábricas de productos lácteos.

Duration: 7 hours

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Classic Santa Cruz Trek & Pisco Mountain Climbing – 8 days

Classic Santa Cruz Trek & Pisco Mountain Climbing – 8 days - Huaraz, Peru

Duration: 8 days
Location: Huaraz, Peru

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$1200.00

For those with only limited time or no previous experience of the high mountains, this short and easy trip will give you your first taste of the Cordillera Blanca. We walk up the Santa Cruz Valley towards Alpamayo Base Camp ... More info ›

For those with only limited time or no previous experience of the high mountains, this short and easy trip will give you your first taste of the Cordillera Blanca. We walk up the Santa Cruz Valley towards Alpamayo Base Camp. On the third day, we go over the Punta Unión Pass (4 760 m) at the foot of the breathtaking Nevado Taulliraju. Then we head down towards the village of Colcabamba, nestled on the eastern slopes of the Cordillera Blanca.

As a fitting end to this trip, we climb the Nevado Pisco (5 752 m), which allows you to enjoy one of the most beautiful views of the Cordillera Blanca.

Day 01: Huaraz – Cashapampa – Llamacorral (3760m)

After breakfast in the hotel we will travel by private bus along the Callejón de Huaylas. This drive takes us through many traditional Andean towns. We will make our first stop in Carhuaz (2650m). Here you will find homemade ice-cream from local fruits and authentic ecological handcrafts shown in el abuelo handcrafts shop. Then we will continue to the city of Caraz where we will purchase any needed supplies. From here we travel to the Cashapampa District to meet the donkey drivers at the trailhead. After the donkeys are loaded with our camping equipment we will set out on the five to six hour hike to our first camp, Llamacorral (3760m).

Day 02: Llamacorral – Jatuncocha – Taullipampa (4250m)

Today will be a full day of hiking and breathtaking vistas. After the breakfast we will begin the two-hour hike that will take us to Ichiccocha Lake and Jatuncocha Lake. later, we will arrive to Quisuar place, from here we continue for another 1 hour that takes us to the viewpoint of Alpamayo. From this, we can see the mountains Alpamayo, Quitaraju, Artesonraju, Paron and Aguja. One more hour of hiking will bring us to our second camp site, Taullipampa 4250m.

Day 03: Taullipampa – Punta Union Pass (4750m) – Cachinapampa

After breakfast we will start hiking at 8:00am. A three hours hike will bring us to the Punta Union Pass (4750m) where we will have lunch while enjoying the splendid scenery. Complete panorama views of glaciated mountains, blue skies, and unique landscapes will be our companion during this high altitude picnic. After lunch we descend for approximately four to five hours to our final camp, Cachinapampa (3800m).

Day 04: Cachinapampa – Vaqueria – Paccharuri (4100m)

After breakfast we will descend for about 2 1/2 hours to Vaqueria. From here we begin the gradual ascent through unique Quenual Trees, where one can see many different animals such as the condor of the Cordillera Blanca. three hours of hiking will bring us to our campsite, Paccharuri (4100m). This camp reveals a great view of Mt. Chopicalqui.

Day 05: Paccharuri – Portachuelo Pass (4770m/15645ft) – Cebollapampa (3900m)

Day 06: Cebollapampa – Pisco Base Camp – Moraine Camp (4850m)

Day 07: Moraine Camp – Summit Pisco (5750m) – Back to Base Camp

Day 08: Base Camp – Llanganuco – Huaraz

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Most Beautiful Mountain In The World: Climbing Alpamayo (8 days)

Most Beautiful Mountain In The World: Climbing Alpamayo (8 days) - Huaraz, Peru

Duration: 8 days
Location: Huaraz, Peru

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$1680.00

Alpamayo mountain is one of the most beautiful ice faces of the Andes. It is located more remotely than most other peaks in Cordillera Blanca, as the hike to the BC takes 2-3 days (see below) ... More info ›

Alpamayo mountain is one of the most beautiful ice faces of the Andes. It is located more remotely than most other peaks in Cordillera Blanca, as the hike to the BC takes 2-3 days (see below). In the first map of Cordillera Blanca from 1932 Alpamayo was not indicated at all! Eventually it was climbed for the first time in 1957 by a German expedition via the N ridge.

Nowadays Alpamayo mountain is well-known and was even elected the most beautiful mountain in the world. It is not the difficulty that inspires the climbers but it’s magnificent setting among the everlasting snowcapes of the Cordilliera Blanca, 6000 meters above sea level.

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Day 1: Huaraz (3100m) – Cashapampa (2900m) – Llamacorral (3 750 m.). Starting from Huaraz, we drive down the length of the Callejón de Huaylas, the deep valley west and parallel to the main chain of the Cordillera Blanca, to the town of Caraz. From here, we leave the paved road and drive through fields of corn, oats, quinoa and other crops to the village of Cashapampa, at the entrance to the Quebrada Santa Cruz. Here we load our gear on burros and begin the trek to Base Camp. The walk in takes two days, the first to the small plain next to a lake at Ichiccocha at about 3850 meters (12,600 feet).

 Day 2: Llamacorral – Base Camp (4 200 m.). On day 2 we arrive at Base Camp after about 3 or 4 hours of walking. Base Camp is a lovely place nestled in among the Queñual trees next to a small stream, at 4300 meters (14,100 feet) in altitude. This will be our home for the next few days.

 Day 3: Base Camp – Moraine Camp  – Base Camp.- Normally, we make a carry to Camp One at about 4880 meters (16,000) feet and then return to Base Camp for the night. Camp One is situated just below the glacier on polished slabs of granite.

 Day 4: Base Camp – Moraine Camp.- Move up to Camp One. We will have the help of porters for this move.

 Day 5: Moraine Camp  –  High Camp (5 300 m.).- Move to Camp Two, again with the help of porters. This is a big day, and not easy if one is not acclimated. Camp Two is quite high, at about 5500 meters (18,000 feet), located in the high pass between Alpamayo and Quitaraju. Not far above Camp One we start our climb up the glacier. This is generally quite easy until some 150 meters (500 feet) below the pass. Above we climb on steepening snow and ice, occasionally belaying as necessary to reach the col. High Camp is usually located just past the very high point of the col, and down very slightly on the west side.

 Day 6: High Camp – Alpamayo summit (5 947 m.) – High Camp. Summit day. Rising early, we cross the glacier between camp and the bergschrund at the base of the Southwest Face proper. Normally we try to time our arrival at the base of the technical climbing to coincide with dawn. But other climbers and conditions on the route may suggest an earlier or later start to the climb. Descent is quick, rappelling the route of ascent. Normally we are able to return to High Camp by late in the afternoon. We'll plan on spending the night again in this camp.

 Day 7: High Camp – Base Camp.- After our climb of the summit we pack up our gear and descend to Base Camp.

 Day 8: Return to Huaraz. - 

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Highest Tropical Mountain In South America: Climbing Huascaran (7 days)

Highest Tropical Mountain In South America: Climbing Huascaran (7 days) - Huaraz, Peru

Duration: 7 days
Location: Huaraz, Peru

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$1600.00

Together with Chopicalqui, Huascaran Sur and Norte form the Huascaran massif. Huascaran Sur is the highest mountain in the Cordillera Blanca as well as in whole Peru and consequently quite popular ... More info ›

Together with Chopicalqui, Huascaran Sur and Norte form the Huascaran massif. Huascaran Sur is the highest mountain in the Cordillera Blanca as well as in whole Peru and consequently quite popular. The south summit is 113 meters higher than its (much less frequented) northern twin. The first ascent to H. Sur took place in 1932 by a German-Austrian expedition, whereas H. Norte is said to be climbed as early as 1908 by Annie Peck, an American schoolmistress.

 The normal route to H. South (via Garganta and the NW-face) is rated PD. The crux of the route is climbing the everchanging Garganta icefall to the camp 2 at 5900 meters. The W-face (the shield, D+) can be gained from the ascent to Garganta, too. Moreover there are lots of very hard (TD, ED) lines on the NE and E face of H. Sur.

Suggested Itinerary

Day 01: Huaraz - Musho - Base Camp of Huascaran

After breakfast in the hotel we will start at 7:00am approximately, along the Callejon de Huaylas until Mancos, we will be arriving to Musho after 1 hour trip, the Donkey Driver will be waiting for us in Musho to transport our climbing equipment’s to Base Camp of Huascaran 3800m, after hiking up for about 4 or 5 hours we will arriving to the Base Camp and overnight Camping.

 Day 02: Base Camp - Camp 1 of Huascaran

After breakfast in the Base Camp we will start hiking up to the moraine camp, sometimes rock climbing for about 3 hours to get the glacier, from here we will start climbing the glacier, to the Camp 1 at 5000m, from here we will have a splendid views different mountains, overnight Camping over the glacier.

 Day 03: Camp 1 - Camp 2 of Huascaran

We will start at 4:00am to climb to the Camp 2, for about 6 hours approximately, in case there are other climbers, we will have to pass a fast, this part is avalanche zone, arriving to Camp 2, overnight camping over the glacier at 5950m.

Day 04: Camp 2 - Summit Huascaran 6768 m - Camp 2

After breakfast in the Camp 2, we will start climbing at 3:00am, along the this route we will enjoy the nice views of different mountains ours around and will enjoy the sunrise in the Cordillera Blanca, arriving to the Summit 6768m, around 10:00am, in the summit we will enjoy the white Mountain Range and take pictures, after stay few minutes we will start go down to the Camp 2 for about 4 hours approximately, arriving to the Camp 2 around 3 or 4:00pm, overnight camping at 5950m.

 Day 05: Camp 2 - Base Camp

Early in the morning we will start go down to the Base Camp, after go down 2 hours will be arriving to the Moraine Camp, where we will have lunch, after lunch we will continue go down to the Base Camp for about 2 hours more, arriving around 3:00pm, overnight in the Base Camp at 3800m.

 Day 06: spare day.

We have included an extra day in our itinerary. This day can be used as an extra summit day, or perhaps as a rest day preceding our climb to Camp One or High Camp.

Day 07: Base Camp - back to Huaraz

After last breakfast in the campsite of Huascaran we will go downhill to Musho for about 3 hours half approximately. Where our private transport will be waiting for us to transport to Huaraz; arriving to Huaraz and transfer to the hotel, overnight in the Hotel in Huaraz.

 

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Discover a world of Adventure: Climbing Pisco (4 days)

Discover a world of Adventure: Climbing Pisco (4 days) - Huaraz, Peru

Duration: 4 days
Location: Huaraz, Peru

From USD
$550.00

Ascending Pisco offers amazing views to non-climbers who want to summit an Andes peak.

For keen trekkers and people acclimatised and with no, or limited, experience on snow and ice, this is a must.

This four-day climb of Mount Pisco (5,750m) takes place in the heart of the Cordillera Blanca.

Our guides take you close to the roof of the Andes up this beautiful mountain and give you a view you’ll never forget.

The approach is through Llanganuco gorge where we will see two beautiful lagoons, Chinancocha at 12,631 ft. (3,850 ms.) and Orcococha at 12,674 ft ... More info ›

Ascending Pisco offers amazing views to non-climbers who want to summit an Andes peak.

For keen trekkers and people acclimatised and with no, or limited, experience on snow and ice, this is a must.

This four-day climb of Mount Pisco (5,750m) takes place in the heart of the Cordillera Blanca.

Our guides take you close to the roof of the Andes up this beautiful mountain and give you a view you’ll never forget.

The approach is through Llanganuco gorge where we will see two beautiful lagoons, Chinancocha at 12,631 ft. (3,850 ms.) and Orcococha at 12,674 ft. (3,863 ms.) Surrounded by most impressive mountains, is possible to enjoyed one of the most spectacular views of Cordillera Blanca mountain range.

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Day 1: Huaraz – Cebolla pampa 3900 m / 12 795 ft – Pisco base camp 4600m / 15 092 ft.- We travel by private vehicle from Huaraz to the start of the trek. Start walking at Quebrada Demanda to Pisco base camp (camp or mountain hut). From the camp there are magnificent views of Pisco and all around to the high peaks of the Cordillera including Huascaran (at 6,768, Peru's highest peak) and Huandoy.

Day 2: Base camp – Moraine camp 4900m / 16 076ft.- we hiked to Moraine camp and slept in the rocks, the area between the beginning of the snow and the end of the vegetation. This hike was more difficult because it was less of a trail, and more of hopping from rock to rock.

 Day 3: Moraine camp – Summit 5750 m / 18 865 ft  – Base camp.- Your summit climb of Pisco follows the occasionally narrow West Ridge. Snow and a little ice leads directly to the top. Pisco is well known for its incredible views, and with strategic view points there will be many opportunites for photographs. The close proximity of the neighbouring peaks of Huandoy and Chacraraju are astonishing. Return to Base Camp. From the Base Camp,.

 Day 4: Base camp – Cebollapampa – Huaraz- After having breakfast we will start descending to Cebollapampa. Our transfer will we waiting for us. End of services.

 

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