TREKKING CORDILLERA HUAYHUASH 15 DAYS

hu1

Time: 15 days

Grade: hard trek

The Circuit of the Cordillera Huayhuash is one of the classic trekking circuits of the world. The Huayhuash is a compact, rugged range, and includes the second highest peak in Peru – Yerupajá Grande – 6634m. Every day on the trek hikers are treated to awesome close views of snowcapped peaks, glaciers and blue trout-filled lakes. There are no less than 8 passes to cross, the highest at 5000m. Our 15 day trek features a visit to the Base Camp of Siula Grande, made famous by the epic Joe Simpson book and the film “Touching the Void”

Although not difficult, the length of the trek, the number of nights sleeping above 4000m and the number of high passes warrants a grade of Hard.

Day 1: Drive from Huaraz to the village of Llamac to set up camp 3300m. 4 to 5 hours drive.

Day 2: Follow the river Llamac, hiking gradually up the valley to camp in open grassy countryside at Quartelhuain 4200m 6 hours.

Day 3: Cross our first pass Punta Cacanan 4700m then descend to camp at a large lake Laguna Mitucocha 4220m. 6 hours.

Day 4: We climb steadily to our next pass Paso de Carhuac 4650m to camp at trout filled Laguna Carhuacocha 4150m 6 hours. At the head of the lake are the giant peaks of the Huayhuash – Yerupaja, Jirishanca & the famous Siula Grande.

Day 5: We spend an extra day at spectacular Carhuacocha. Hike up to visit the three lakes of Siula, take an easy walk around Carhuacocha lake, go trout fishing or have a rest day and enjoy your mountain surroundings.

Day 6: There are 2 options: A gradual ascent on a good path to cross Pass Carnicero 4600m (5 to 6 hours) or a more demanding alternative Siula Pass (4800m) 6 to 7 hours. We camp by the small Laguna Carnicero 4300m

Day 7: We pass through the small settlement of Huayhuash where a few farming families live and then climb to yet another pass Portachuelo de Huayhuash 4750m. We descend past a large lake Viconga where we often see large herds of Llama and Alpaca to camp at 4480m 6½ hours. There are natural hot spring baths near the camp – enjoy your first hot bath for several days !!

Day 8: We should be well acclimatised now and ready to cross our highest pass of the trek, Punta Cuyoc 5000m. The descent is initially steep but is then easier and we and camp in large open valley Quebrada Huanacpatay 4300m 4½ hours. Option: to climb Pumarinri this day (5320m)

Day 9: A demanding climb up to the Pass Cerro Antonio (4788m). From the pass we have the most stunning views of the trek, we can see Siula Grande Base Camp and Siula glacier and several small jewel blue lakes. The descent is steep at times and we traverse above Laguna Jurau to camp in the Quebrada Calinca at Cutatambo 4100m 5 to 6 hours. A demanding but fantastic days hiking.

Day 10: We visit the base camp of Siula Grande (Joe Simpson – “Touching The Void”). We can clearly see the route that Joe followed crawling down the glacier and across the moraine rocks to reach the campsite.

Day 11: Follow down the valley Quebrada Calinca to the large mountain village of Huallapa. In the afternoon we need to climb through a steep sided valley to a high camp in the pasture at Huatiac 4350m 7 hours

Day 12: A shorter day which is appreciated after the hard day yesterday. Cross the Pass Punta Tapush 4750m to Laguna Susucocha and Cashpapampa 4500m 3 to 4 hours.

Day 13: Cross the pass Punta Yaucha 4800m to camp at one of the most beautiful sites in the Huayhuash, Laguna Jahuacocha 4150m 4 hours. Option: to climb Diablo Mudo this day (5350m)

Day 14: An extra day at Laguna Jahuacocha. Climb up Cerro Amarrillo Peak 5000m, visit Soltera Cocha Lake, hike up the pass Sambunya 4750m OR take a rest and try trout fishing.

Day 15: The final pass Pampa Llamac 4300m and a long descent to Llamac. 5½ hours. Return to Huaraz in our private van

Anuncios

Alpamayo base camp

terTiming: Options from 8 to 10 days

Grade: From Moderate (10 days) to Hard (8 days)

This trek offers the most spectacular mountain scenery and lakes on the Alpamayo Base Camp Circuit, but is a condensed version of our classic 12 to 13 day complete Alpamayo Circuit trek. The trek features views of the stunning pyramid shaped Alpamayo, once voted to be the most beautiful mountain in the world and then the crystal blue lake Cullicocha nestled at the base of Santa Cruz Mountain.

The description here is for the gentler 10 day option, but the trek can be condensed down to 9 or even 8 days for fit people who are very well acclimatized. Please contact us to discuss which option may be best for you. We can advise after considering your level of fitness & previous trekking experience.

Day 1: Drive from Huaraz past Llanganuco Lakes and over the Pass Portachuelo 4750m to Vaqueria (3600m) 3 ½ hours drive. From Vaqueria we have a relaxing trek about 4 hours on a gradually rising path to a secluded campsite in the Paria Valley 3800m.

Day 2: Two hours hike further up the valley to camp at Tuctubamba 3950m. We can make a side trip on the way and climb up to the top of the pass Punta Union 4750m to have fantastic views down into the Santa Cruz Valley. 3 to 4 hours extra.

Day 3: We climb steeply on a rocky trail to the top of the pass Alto de Pacaraju 4650m from where there are magnificent views of many snow covered peaks. We then have a long descent down through lupine covered hillside to camp at a small lake Laguna Huecrococha. 3950m. 7 hours

Day 4: We climb to another pass Tupatupa 4400m & descend to camp at the top of a wide valley at Jancapampa (3600m). Directly behind camp we have views of a huge hanging glacier. 7 to 8 hours.

Day 5: A long gradual climb up a forested valley and past the lake Laguna Sactaycocha, then we climb steeply to the top of the rocky Pass Paso Pucajirca 4600m. Descend to camp at Safuna in the Quebrada Tayapmapa. 4200m. A long day 7 to 8 hours

Day 6: We cross two passes today. The first pass is a gradual ascent to the low pass of Mesapata 4500m, then we cross the sometimes windy pass Cara Cara (4830m) from where we have our first great views of the pyramid shaped Alpamayo. We camp below the majestic Alpamayo at the camp named Cruze Alpamayo 4150m. 7 hours

Day 7: We stay another night at Cruze Alpamayo Camp. Climb up the moraine to the lake Laguna Jancarurish for close up views of Alpamayo or continue upwards towards Alpamayo Base Camp (4500m). 5 to 6 hours return. Or REST DAY.

Day 8: Tomorrow is a hard day. We make it easier on ourselves in the 10 day trek option by today hiking down the valley to a secluded campsite away from the main trail named Plataforma de Valle Dos Cedros (4200m) 3 hours hiking. In the afternoon relax & enjoy the mountain views in preparation for tomorrows hike.

Day 9: A hard day with two high passes to ascend. We have a long climb to the pass Paso Osoruri 4750m. We then descend and climb again to a second pass Paso Cullicocha 4850m from where there are fabulous views of the magnificent mountain Santa Cruz. Descend to camp at the crystal blue high lake Laguna Cullicocha (4650m). 6 to 7 hours

Day 10: Downhill all the way today. We descend on a long zig zag track to the village of Hualcayan 2900m. About 5 or 6 hours. Our van will be waiting for us at Hualcayan to drive us about 4 hours back to Huaraz

HUASCARAN (6768m)

 

IMG_20170810_145518

DIFFICULTY:  hard

DURATION: 6- 7 Days

RECOMENDED TIME: From June to September

LOCATION: Cordillera Blanca

AVARAGE TEMPERATURE: During the day between 14° C  to 20° C

During the night between -15°C  and on the top  -25°C

Huascaran is the highest mountain of Peru, and the highest of any mountains situated in the tropics. It is the principal objective of many climbers that visit the Cordillera Blanca. Although not especially technical, the altitude makes it a challenging mountain to climb. A previous, good acclimatization program is essential, and we always recommend an acclimatization trek followed by a preparation peak such as Pisco, Vallunaraju or Yanapaccha.

ITENERARY

DAY 1: HUARAZ  3100M – MANCOS VILLAGE 2500M – MUSHO VILLAGE 3000M – HUASCARAN’S BASE CAMP 4200M

Departure from Huaraz at 7:00 am. toward north side of Callejon de Huaylas until Mancos at 2500m, after that we will drive on dirt road until reach Musho village, where we will meet with the donkey driver and donkeys, who are going to transport our climbing gear until the base camp at 4200m.

* Driving time: 2 hours / walking time: 4- 5 hours

DAY 2: FROM HUASCARAN’S BASE CAMP 4200M   TO CAMP 1 (5350M).

This day after we’ll have breakfast at 8:00 am, after that we will put on our climbing gear, to start walking up on rocky section crossing the moraine camp located at 4850m, we will continue our way moving on rocky path until reach the glacier edge, then we will traverse the glacier to reach the camp 1 at 5350m. where we’ll set up our campsite.

*Climbing time: 5- 6 Hours

DAY 3: FROM CAMP 1 5350M TO CAMP 2 (6000M).

After our breakfast we will start climbing up toward the col passing on the way up by a little bit dangerous avalanche site until reach the col in the middle of couple peaks, in the afternoon we will enjoy one of the most impressive sunsets in the whole Cordillera Blanca. Overnight camp at Huascaran second high camp.

*Climbing time: 4 Hours

DAY 4: FROM CAMP 2 6000M – HUASCARAN SUMMIT (6768M SOUTHSIDE) – DESCENT TO CAMP 2

This day we will have breakfast at midnight then we start walking up on switchbacks with some steep and slope sections, after 7 hours climbing up we will reach the southside summit at 6768m, from the summit we will have a breathtaking view to the cordillera Blanca, then we descend on the same route on rappels at difficult parts until get to our campsite.

*Climbing time: 10- 12 hours (ascent & descent).

DAY 5: DESCENT FROM CAMP 2  TO  BASE CAMP

This day we will get up early too to pick up our tents and all the equipment to start descending until the base camp, during our descend we will be careful because there are some parts which are dangerous because of the seracs, our guide will tell you which route to follow and how to descend. We will get to the base camp at around 8- 9 am. Once here you’ll have breakfast and spend the rest of the day lying to recover energy.

*descent:5 hours (descent).

DAY 6: DESCENT FROM BASE CAMP TO MUSHO – HUARAZ

We’ll have breakfast at 7:00 am then we’ll get ready to continue the way down the same path until get to Musho where our private van will be waiting to take us back to Huaraz city

SERVICES  INCLUDED

  • Acclimatization tour to Churup lake 4450M.
  • Meal (breakfast, snack, lunch, tea time, dinner)
  • North face tent (04 season)
  • Kitchen tent (Base Camp)
  • Dining tent (Base Camp)
  • Toilet tent(Base Camp)
  • Certificated Mountain  guide ( English spoken)
  • Certificated cook
  • Donkeys
  • Donkey driver.
  • Kitchen and dining full utensils. Chair, table, stove, gas, plates, caps, forks (Base Camp)
  • first aid kit
  • private transport
  • Porters
  • Hot water to clean up your hands and face.
  • Boiled water to fill your bottle every day.
  • Include last day typical dinner and drink
  • rope, ice peaks, ice screw

SERVICES  NOT INCLUDED

  • International flights to Lima / Peru
  • Bus ticket Lima – Huaraz and Huaraz – Lima
  • Lost luggage
  • Hotel in Huaraz and Lima
  • Meals in restaurants in Huaraz and Lima
  • transaction fee not included in total
  • Entrance fee to Huascarán National Park, s/ 150.00 soles per person
  • Travel accident and health insurance
  • Horse (in case of emergency, for trekking parts)
  • Travel luggage and Travel cancellation insurance
  • Not mentioned food and beverages
  • Don’t include first breakfast.
  • Personal spendings
  • Personal camping and climbing equipment such as: sleeping bag, mattress, head lamp, carabiners, boots, crampons, ice axes, harness, helmet, dawn jacket, rainproof pants and jackets, snow glasses, gloves, ATC, Deysi chang, appropriate clothes, personal medicines, etc.)
  • Tips

WE RECOMEND TO BRING

  • Hiking boots/climbing Boots
  • trekking socks (synthetic fibers)
  • Sun hat
  • Hat for cold weather (fleece)
  • microfiber shirts and thermal
  • Fleece
  • Trekking pants
  • Sunglasses
  • Day Backpack or advance 40 liters
  • waterproof jacket (Gore-Tex or other)
  • Waterproof Pant (Gore-Tex or other)
  • Waterproof Layer
  • Bottle for water
  • Headlamp (with extra batteries and bulbs)
  • Sunscreen (lips and skin)
  • Personal First Aid Kit
  • Photographic Material
  • hiking poles

QUITARAJU (6036M)

Timimg: 7 days

Grade: Technical

QuitarajuQuitaraju is a great peak for climbers wanting a more technical challenge with less difficulty and exposure than Alpamayo. It is climbed from the same base camp as Alpamayo, and offers amazing close up views of Alpamayo.

DAY1: Drive 3 hours from Huaraz to Cashapampa. then hike to Llamacorral 3750m. 4 to 5 hours

DAY2: -Hike to Base Camp at the top of the Quebrada Arhuaycocha 4250m. 4 to 5 hours

DAY3: Rest Day while the porters carry gear to High Camp

DAY4: First climbing on moraine rock, then on sometimes steep ice & snow to High Camp. 5450m 5 to 6 hours

DAY5: We start early in the morning and climb slopes up to 60º to 70 º to the summit. For larger groups or inexperienced climbers we will use fixed rope, and rappel is needed to descend. 8 to 9 hours for the day

DAY6: Return to Base Camp. 5 to 6 hours

DAY7: Return to Cashapampa. 7 to 8 hours and return to Huaraz in our private van

ALPAMAYO 5,952 Mt.

alpamayo

DIFFICULTY: AD+ very hard- technical

DURATION: 6- 7 Days

RECOMENDED TIME: From May 15th  to September 15th

LOCATION: Cordillera Blanca

AVARAGE TEMPERATURE: During the day between 14° C  to 23° C

During the night between -10°C  and on the top  -18°C

Alpamayo is an amazing pyramid of ice and snow flutings, once voted to be the most beautiful mountain in the world. The climb to the summit is steep & technical, and is suitable for experienced climbers only. We advise warm-up climbs on one or two peaks beforehand. The beautiful wall of Alpamayo is about 60 degrees with a steeper last part – about 70-80 degrees.

In the itinerary there is one extra day in case of bad weather or the need to acclimatize more.

ITENERARY

DAY 01: HUARAZ 3100M – CASHAPAMPA 2900 M – LLAMACORRAL 3760M.

After the breakfast in the hotel we will aboard in our private bus to go along the Callejón de Huaylas in the north side of Huaraz. passing the different districts such as: Carhuas 2650m, Yungay 2500m, after this city, we will get the Caraz city 2250m, then we will continue our travel to get the last Distrit Cashapampa arriving around 10:00am , where the Donkey Driver will be waiting for us to carry our luggage with the donkies , from here we will start hiking up, after walking 2 hours half we will have lunch, then we will continue hiking up, after hiking up for 5 or 6 hours we will get the first camp which is called “Llamacorral 3760m”

DAY 02: LLAMACORRAL – BASE CAMP ARHUAYCOCHA 4250M.

This day we will hike along the valley enjoying amazing landscapes and variety geographical features including the beautiful turquoise lakes called Ichiccocha and Jatuncocha,  following our ways will continue  climbing up to the Alpamayo Base Camp 4250m, Once we have arrived here we’ll set up our campsite and check our climbing gears for the next day,

DAY 03: BASE CAMP 4250M – ALPAMAYO’S MORAINE CAMP 4900M.

After the breakfast we will start climbing up for about 3 hours rocky path and get the Moraine camp located at 4900m. where you are going to enjoy from splendor views of the mountains such as Artesonraju, Paria, Pucajirca and others

DAY 04: ALPAMAYO’S MORAINE CAMP – CAMP I  5550M

After breakfast, we will climb the glacier for about 4 hours and a half, where we will put our climbing equipments to continue climbing, then we will get the camp 1 and will have dinner later afternoon and rest, overnight camping at 5550 M.

DAY 05: CAMP 1- ALPAMAYO’s SUMMIT 5952M – CAMP I

This day the breakfast will be at 2 or 3:00am in the morning, and we will start climbing using head lamps, and after 1 hour approximately walking on the snow we will get the base of the wall (French route) the inclination is approximate 60° to 70°, then we will start climbing the wall, and after 2 or 3 hours climbing we will get the summit 5952m, where you will appreciate a breathtaking scenery from the white mountain range with many different peaks. After enjoying the view for few minutes, we will descend rappelling with the help of the professional UIAGM guide, arriving to our campsite you can rest in the afternoon, overnight in the glacier at 5550m.

DAY 06: DESCEND FROM CAMP I TO BASE CAMP

After the breakfast in the Camp 1, we will take the same route to go back to the Moraine Camp, then we will continue going down to the Base Camp, arriving to the Base Camp around 3:00pm and overnight camping in the Base Camp at 4250m.

DAY 07: BASE CAMP – CASHAPAMPA – HUARAZ

Today we will come back walking down the hill along the Santa Cruz valley enjoying the nice view of Jatuncocha and Ichiccocha Lake, till Cashapampa, where the van will be waiting for us to transfer us to Huaraz, for about 3 hours and a half.

 

SERVICES  INCLUDED

  • Acclimatization tour to Churup lake 4450M.
  • Meal ( breakfast, snack, lunch, tea time, dinner)
  • North face tent (04 season)
  • Kitchen tent (Base Camp)
  • Dining tent (Base Camp)
  • Toilet tent(Base Camp)
  • Certificated Mountain  guide ( English spoken)
  • Certificated cook
  • Donkeys
  • Donkey driver.
  • Kitchen and dining full utensils. Chair, table, stove, gas, plates, caps, forks (Base Camp)
  • first aid kit
  • private transport
  • Porters
  • Hot water to clean up your hands and face.
  • Boiled water to fill your bottle every day.
  • Include last day typical dinner and drink
  • rope, ice peaks, ice screw

SERVICES  NOT INCLUDED

  • International flights to Lima / Peru
  • Bus ticket Lima – Huaraz and Huaraz – Lima
  • Lost luggage
  • Hotel in Huaraz and Lima
  • Meals in restaurants in Huaraz and Lima
  • transaction fee not included in total
  • Entrance fee to Huascarán National Park, s/ 150.00 soles per person
  • Travel accident and health insurance
  • Horse (in case of emergency, for trekking parts)
  • Travel luggage and Travel cancellation insurance
  • Not mentioned food and beverages
  • Don’t include first breakfast.
  • Personal spendings
  • Personal camping and climbing equipment such as: sleeping bag, mattress, head lamp, carabiners, boots, crampons, ice axes, harness, helmet, dawn jacket, rainproof pants and jackets, snow glasses, gloves, ATC, Deysi chang, appropriate clothes, personal medicines, etc.)
  • Tips

WE RECOMEND TO BRING

  • Hiking boots/climbing Boots
  • trekking socks (synthetic fibers)
  • Sun hat
  • Hat for cold weather (fleece)
  • microfiber shirts and thermal
  • Fleece
  • Trekking pants
  • Sunglasses
  • Day Backpack or advance 40 liters
  • waterproof jacket (Gore-Tex or other)
  • Waterproof Pant (Gore-Tex or other)
  • Waterproof Layer
  • Bottle for water
  • Headlamp (with extra batteries and bulbs)
  • Sunscreen (lips and skin)
  • Personal First Aid Kit
  • Photographic Material
  • hiking poles

PISCO – YANAPACCHA

imagesTIMING: 5
GRADE: MODERATE

Day 1: Huaraz -Cebollapampa (3850m)- Base Camp (4650m 

From Huaraz, we will take a shuttle to Cebollapampa (approx. 2 to 3 hours). On the way, you will be able to appreciate amazing sights such as two beautiful lagoons: Chinancocha (lag. Hembra) and Orconcocha (lag. Macho). We will follow the Llanguna Valley to Cebollapampa. From there, we will begin the hike to Base camp, where we will camp for the night. The hike will last approx. 2 to 3 hours.

Day 2: base camp- Summit (5752m)- Base Camp 

We will start hiking at 1 am, crossing through a few moraines on the way to the glacier. Then, we will climb a slope (35°-40° of inclination) until we reach the peak, where we will be rewarded with spectacular views, such as the gigantic Chacraraju, the Artesonraju, Huandoys, Caraz, Huascaran and Alpamayo amongst others. After we will descend to Base Camp. Approx. 6 to 7 hours.

Day 3: Base Camp – Cebollapampa/Cebollapampa 

On the third day, we will go back down to Cebollapampa/Yuraccorral, where we will camp for the night. 1h30 to 2h of descent.

Day 4: Yuraccoral – Morraine Camp Yanapaccha 

We will go until we reach Kilometer 42 by transport Once there, we will start our hike, going through Morraine camp. Approx. 3.5 hrs of transport and a 4-hour walk.

Day 5:Campo Morena – Cumbre (5460) – Campo Morrena (5000m) – Huaraz 
We will start hiking the ascent at 3 am, crossing a moraine until we reach the wide glacier. We will then climb the 180m Wall (50-60°) until we reach the summit. There, we will enjoy spectacular views of glaciers, such as the Huascaran, Chopicalqui, Pisco, Huandoy and others. Later, we will start descending via a ridge, with views of the Chacraraju, to the moraine and will carry on until km 42 where our transport will be waiting for us.
The ascent is approx. 5 to 6 hours. The descent to camp is approx. 3 to 4 hours.

CHOPICALLQUI (6354m)

yanapaccha-chopicalqui-climbing1DIFFICULTY:  hard/ Experience required

DURATION: 2-3 Days

RECOMENDED TIME: From May to September

LOCATION: Cordillera Blanca

AVARAGE TEMPERATURE: During the day between 13° C  to 23° C

During the night between -5°C to -2°C  and on the top  -10°C

Chopicalqui is a demanding peak to climb, with sections of steep ice climbing. The route begins following a major glacier uphill, and then steepens onto a broad ridge with route-finding skills needed. Higher up the ridge narrows and steepens, and while it is not highly technical it is exposed in some places. Most of the climb is on snow slopes of 40 to 50 deg.

ITENERARY

DAY 01: HUARAZ – LLANGANUCO – CHOPICALQUI’S BASE CAMP 4200 m.

After the breakfast in the Hotel we will aboard the private bus to go along the Callejón de Huaylas in the north side of Huaraz, after driving for 2 hours approx. we will register in the National Park Control, passing the Llanganuco lakes Chinancocha and Orconcocha, till curva de chopicallqui where we will have Lunch, then in the early afternoon we will start walking for 02 hours uphill to the Ancush Valley between Huascaran and Chopicalqui, we will arrive to the Base Camp at around 3:00 pm.

DAY 02: BASE CAMP – MORAINE CAMP 4700M 

After the breakfast in the Base Camp we will hike up to the Moraine Camp for about 4 hours, during this hike we will enjoy the splendid view in the north site like Pisco, Huandoy and Chacraraju peaks, lunch along the way, after arriving to the camp in the afternoon we will check our climbing equipment for the next day, and early dinner and overnight Camping at (4700m).

DAY 03: MORAINE CAMP – CAMP 1 OF CHOPICALQUI 5500M 

After the breakfast we will climb up moraine rock for 1½ hours before reaching the glacier. Then 3 to 4 hours of steady climbing on up to 30 deg. of crevassed snow slopes which we’ll negotiate carefully to avoid crevasses before reaching Camp 1, on snow, at 5500m

DAY 04: CAMP 1 – CLIMB UP CHOPICALQUI – MORAINE CAMP 4700M 

Climb to the summit. This day is the most important and a little hard to climb, we will leave at 1:00 am in the morning after a light breakfast, climbing for about 5 to 06 hours to the summit (6,354m). The first 2 to 3 hours are steady climbing. There are crevasses and seracs to avoid as we climb 30 to 50 deg. slopes to the summit shoulder. From the summit shoulder the difficulty of climbing is mixed with some easy 45 deg. slopes to sections of steep up to 85 deg. technical climbing.  In the way we will find steep pieces where to climb cooparating with your leader guide so after enjoying the views of Huascaran, Huandoy, Contrahierba, Pisco, Chacraraju mountain. From the summit we descend back by climbing and abseiling to Camp1 where the cook will be waiting with hot drinking and something to eat,

*10 to 13 hours for that day.

DAY 05: MORAINE CAMP – BASE CAMP – HUARAZ

After the last breakfast in the Moraine Camp of Chopicalqui, we will descend to the Base Camp for about 1 hour half, continue walking down to the highway called Curva de Chopicalqui, where our transfer will be waiting for us, from here to Yungay will take 2 hours, along this travel we will pass the Llanganuco lake and then we will arrive to Huascaran National Park Control, where we will register with our passport, then we will continue go down to Yungay, after this we will continue traveling along the Callejon de Huaylas to Huaraz for about 1 hour more. Arriving to Huaraz at around 17:00 hours approximately.

CHOPI

SERVICES  INCLUDED

  • Acclimatization tour to Churup lake 4450M.
  • Meal (breakfast, snack, lunch, tea time, dinner)
  • North face tent (04 season)
  • Kitchen tent (Base Camp)
  • Dining tent (Base Camp)
  • Toilet tent(Base Camp)
  • Certificated Mountain  guide ( English spoken)
  • Certificated cook
  • Donkeys
  • Donkey driver.
  • Kitchen and dining full utensils. Chair, table, stove, gas, plates, caps, forks (Base Camp)
  • first aid kit
  • private transport
  • Porters
  • Hot water to clean up your hands and face.
  • Boiled water to fill your bottle every day.
  • Include last day typical dinner and drink
  • rope, ice peaks, ice screw

SERVICES  NOT INCLUDED

  • International flights to Lima / Peru
  • Bus ticket Lima – Huaraz and Huaraz – Lima
  • Lost luggage
  • Hotel in Huaraz and Lima
  • Meals in restaurants in Huaraz and Lima
  • transaction fee not included in total
  • Entrance fee to Huascarán National Park, s/ 150.00 soles per person
  • Travel accident and health insurance
  • Horse (in case of emergency, for trekking parts)
  • Travel luggage and Travel cancellation insurance
  • Not mentioned food and beverages
  • Don’t include first breakfast.
  • Personal spendings
  • Personal camping and climbing equipment such as: sleeping bag, mattress, head lamp, carabiners, boots, crampons, ice axes, harness, helmet, dawn jacket, rainproof pants and jackets, snow glasses, gloves, ATC, Deysi chang, appropriate clothes, personal medicines, etc.)
  • Tips

WE RECOMEND TO BRING

  • Hiking boots/climbing Boots
  • trekking socks (synthetic fibers)
  • Sun hat
  • Hat for cold weather (fleece)
  • microfiber shirts and thermal
  • Fleece
  • Trekking pants
  • Sunglasses
  • Day Backpack or advance 40 liters
  • waterproof jacket (Gore-Tex or other)
  • Waterproof Pant (Gore-Tex or other)
  • Waterproof Layer
  • Bottle for water
  • Headlamp (with extra batteries and bulbs)
  • Sunscreen (lips and skin)
  • Personal First Aid Kit
  • Photographic Material
  • hiking poles