Climbing Misti Volcano Arequipa

Climbing Detail:
Route: Normal
Duration: 2 Days / 1 Night
Difficulty: Demanding Medium
Activity: Adventure / Mountaineering
Season: May / October
Altitude Between: 2,335 / 5,822 m.
Starting Point: Arequipa
Program:
Day 1 Arequipa (2,325 m) / Monte Blanco (4,800 m)
Pick up from the hotel at 9:00 am, we leave in the direction of white water and pass through cabrerías until we arrive with our 4 × 4 at a height of 4150 m. we can observe the South American camelids (vicuñas) in the national reserve of white gouache and salinas, sometimes you get to see the condor, Camp in monte blanco, this day we walk 3 hours. (A, C)
Day 2 Monte Blanco / Summit (5,825 m) / Arequipa
Very early after breakfast, we will begin to ascend towards the summit of Misti volcano (5,825 m) 4 hours approx. We will have the sunrise and an impressive view of the Andes mountain range and especially the fire belt (set of aligned volcanoes in southern Peru).
The descent is easier and more fun, we will go down the volcanic ash to our 4 × 4 truck, then return to Arequipa (D, A)

What includes?
Mountain Guide (UIAGM)
Cook (1), Porters (2)
4 × 4 transport to approach point
Food during the expedition (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
Camping equipment (tent for sleeping, kitchen and bathroom)
Logistic Kitchen Equipment (kitchen utensils)
Entrance tickets (National Park)
First aid kit
Communication radio
Personalized assistance
What does not include?
Personal clothing for high mountains
High mountain personal technical equipment (boots, ice axes, crampons, harness, gloves, helmet, etc.)
Extra food and drinks in the cities
Taxes inside the Airport
Travel Insurance
Sleeping bag
Mat
4 liters of water
Tips (driver, guide, cook, porter, carrier)

What do i need to bring?
Bring clothes for the day (heat) and for the night (cold), sunscreen, sunglasses, repellent, bath clothes, personal hygiene kit, walking shoes, camera, waterproof jacket, water bottle, bag sleeping, mat, small backpack, front (flashlight-light)

Trekking Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

Inka Trail.- It is one of the most important trekking routes in South America, in the route there are numerous streams and courses of waters of glacial origin. Among the twelve archaeological monuments that can be seen, Qoriwayrachina, Patallaqta, Runkuraqay, Sayaqmarca, Phuyupatamarca, Intipunku, Intipata and Wiñayhuayna stand out.
The most popular route starts at km 82 of the Cusco-Machu Picchu railway (40 km until you reach the citadel of Machu Picchu).
Prices per person in dollars:
 $ Economic Service (Group) (US $ 99.99 per day) (4 to 12 People)
 $ Normal Service (medium) (US $ 599.99) (2 to 3 People)
 $ Private Service (exclusive) (US $ 999.99) (1 to 2 People)

Trek Details:
Duration: 4 Days / 3 Nights
Difficulty: Moderate
Activity: Culture / Adventure
Season: All Year
Altitude Between: 3,400 / 4,200 m.
Starting Point: Chilca (Km. 82)
Book: 4 months before departure date
Program:
Day 1 Trek Inka Trail; Cusco / Km. 82 / Wayllabamba (3,300 m)
Pick up from the hotel with the Bus that will take us to Chilca 2,680 m (km 82) via Chinchero, we carry out the corresponding controls and join the whole team of professionals that will make our trip a success. Starting our walk on the banks of the Urubamba River until arriving at Llactapata important archaeological group, place where we will have lunch and then continue to our first camp in Wayllabamba 3,300 m after a restorative dinner we will spend the night. (D, A, C)
Elevation: + 620 m (duration 4/5 hours approx.)
Day 2 Wayllabamba / Warmiwañusca Pass (4,200 m) / Pacaymayu (3,500 m)
Fortifying breakfast to overcome the great challenge of the day. Starting the trek in a slow but fabulous ascent until you reach the first step (Warmiwañusca) that is 4,200 m from this place you can see an impressive view of two geographical panoramas of mountains and snowy mountains and the other no less beautiful than the semi tropical valley, With this wonderful view we will have lunch to continue the descent to Pacaymayu 3,500 m which is our second camp. (D, A, C)
Elevation: + 900 m / – 700 m (duration 6/7 hours approx. Up and down)
Day 3 Pacaymayu / Wiñaywayna (2,650 m)
We begin the walk and ascend to the archaeological zone of Runkuraqay and then at the second step 3,900 m we will find important vestiges of the Inca Culture, we continue our journey to Sayacmarca where we will have lunch to continue walking and observe how the geography is changing aspect, dry and mountainous to semi tropical green, jungle eyebrow. On this route is the archaeological group of Phuyupatamarca, then we will arrive at the last Wiñaywayna camp 2,650 m (D, A, C)
Elevation: + 400 m / – 1,250 m (duration 7/8 hours approx. Up and down)
Day 4 Wiñaywayna / Machu Picchu (2,400 m) / Cusco
We will get up very early and after breakfast we will begin our journey towards Intipunku, managing to observe the fabulous exit of the Astro Rey, while being able to appreciate a wonderful spectacle, the panoramic view of the Citadel of Machu Picchu, then we will descend and tour this magical place full of energy and culture, in a guided tour of the precincts, squares, sacred fountains, temples, towers, the Agricultural and Urban Sector. We will have some time for the free visit and be able to ascend to the huayna picchu 2,667 m in the afternoon we will go down to hot waters by bus (height 2,050 m) where we will have lunch, and then we will return to ollantaytambo with train then with bus to the city of Cusco. (D)
Elevation: – 250 m (duration 2 hours approx. Until the citadel)
What includes?
# Trekking Guide that speaks English
# Cook (1), Porters (8-12)
# Private tourist transport to the starting point for walking
# Food during the expedition (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
Breakfast: Tea, coffee, milk, serials, bread, cheese, butter, jam, pancake, fruit salad, etc.
Snack: Fresh fruit, chocolate, biscuit, frugues and candies.
Lunch: Vegetable salad, pasta, tuna, potato wing Huancaina, chili pepper, chicken salpicon, ham.
Tea Time: Coffee, infusions, cookies, fried huantan, popcorn, etc.
Dinner: variety of soups, quinoa, chaufa rice, rolled chicken, fried trout, pasta, sauteed loin.
# Optional vegetarian food
# Camping equipment (sleeping tent 2 people, dining tent, kitchen and bathroom tent)
# Logistic Kitchen Equipment (kitchen utensils, pots, plates, cutlery, chairs, tables, gas)
# Hot water in the morning to wash your hands and face every day
# Boiled water for your bottle every day
# Bus down to hot water
# Train from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo
# Entrance tickets Inca Trail Machu Picchu
# First aid kit
# Communication radio
# Personalized assistance
# Mat
What does not include?
# Personal clothing for Trekking
# Extra food and drinks in the cities
# Entrance tickets to the Machu Picchu National Park (S / 160.00)
# Travel, accident and evacuation insurance
# Breakfast (day 1)
# Dinner (last day)
# Sleeping bag
# Tips (driver, guide, cook, muleteer)
What do i need to bring?
# Wear appropriate clothing for the day (heat) and for the night (cold), sunscreen, sunglasses, repellent, bathing clothes, personal hygiene kit, walking boots, camera, waterproof jacket, water bottle, sleeping bag, small backpack, front (flashlight-light)
# Baggage (5 to 6 Kilos per person) for porters
Dear Trekkeros
Welcome to our Fixed Departures (join a group) programs to join a group
# The walks do not present considerable degrees of difficulty, nor restrictions on age, sex, or physical condition, they should only really want to do this activity.
# The group is made up of people of different nationalities and ages
# Our excursions begin and end in Huaraz, add additional days for National and International flights, bus trips from Lima and the very important acclimatization days in Huaraz.
# If you already have planned to travel to Huaraz Peru and do this trekking to lagoon 69 we recommend you to be the first in the reservation to offer you our special discounts.
# To validate your reservation, you must deposit 30% of the total price, and 70% of the payment when you arrive in Huaraz.
# We are flexible with the departures programs; You can write us for more detailed information on services and programs.
We also offer:
# Hotels before / after the trek, hotels in Cusco (Andean House, El Libertador, the inn of the Inca), Hotel Machu Picchu Sanctuary lodge,
# Public and private transport bus (Cruz del Sur, Mobile tours, Oltursa)
#packages throughout the country in private service from Lima airport (1-2 People)
#Guide services, rental and sale of mountain equipment.

Horseback Riding Cullicocha Lake

Cullicocha Lagoon (3 Days / 3 Nights)
Horseback riding details:
Altitude Between: 2,900 / 4,650 m
Duration: 3 Days / 3 Nights
Difficulty: Moderate
Season: All year
Activity: Nature and Adventure

Program:
Day 1 Lodge Conay / Hualcayan / Calamina / Lag. Cullicocha
We will leave very early and we will go north of the town of Conay with our horses and donkeys who will move our food and backpacks, we will pass through picturesque villages of Huancarhuaz and Hualcayan and we will climb on a flat road and in Ziczac until we reach the Calamina camp, height 3,850 m lunch and then we will continue observing the yanacocha lagoon and we will arrive at our camp in the cullicocha lagoon (duration 7/8 hours approx.) (B, L, D)
Day 2 Free day / Laguna Cullicocha (4,628 m)
considered as one of the most beautiful and less traveled lagoons of the Cordillera Blanca, the impressive blue color of its waters makes the beautiful Santa Cruz snowy reflected in it, has a depth of 145 m, free day and camping (B, L, D)
Day 3 Cullicocha / Hualcayan / Thermal Baths / Conay
We will return to the town of Hualcayan and then on our way to Conay we will take a rich bath in the Huancarhuaz thermal baths and spend the night in Santa Cruz Lodge, thanks dinner. (B, L, D)
Return to Huaraz or Lima
Transfer to Huaraz or Caraz, return home. (B)

What includes?
# Local guide
# Food during the expedition (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
Breakfast: Tea, coffee, milk, serials, bread, cheese, butter, jam, pancake, fruit salad, etc.
Snack: Fresh fruit, chocolate, biscuit, frugues and candies.
Lunch: Vegetable salad, pasta, tuna, potato wing Huancaina, chili pepper, chicken salpicon, ham.
Tea Time: Coffee, infusions, cookies, fried huantan, popcorn, etc.
Dinner: variety of soups, quinoa, chaufa rice, rolled chicken, fried trout, pasta, sauteed loin.
# Optional vegetarian food
# Last day (typical food of the Andes)
# Camping equipment (sleeping tent 2 people, dining tent, kitchen and bathroom tent)
# Logistic Kitchen Equipment (kitchen utensils, pots, plates, cutlery, chairs, tables, gas)
# Hot water in the morning to wash your hands and face every day
# Boiled water for your bottle every day
# Donkeys for transporting luggage and food (5 Kilos of personal equipment for the donkey)
# Horses to ride
# First aid kit
# Communication radio
# Personalized assistance
What does not include?
# Personal clothing for the ride
# Extra food and drinks in the cities
# Taxes inside the Airport
# Entrance tickets
# Travel Insurance
# Sleeping bag
# Mat
# Tips (driver, guide, cook, muleteer)
What do i need to bring?
Bring clothes for the day (heat) and for the night (cold), sunscreen, sunglasses, repellent, bath clothes, personal hygiene kit, slippers or booties, camera, waterproof jacket, water bottle, bag sleeping, mat, small backpack, front (flashlight-light)

Trekking Cordillera Huayhuash Season 2022

The Cordillera Huayhuash is one of the most spectacular mountain ranges in the Peruvian Andes. It was a region that attracted worldwide attention after Joe Simpson’s graphic presentation of his rise to Siula Grande in his book and movie “Touching the Void.” Our trip includes 10 days the complete circuit crossing overpasses, all in the vicinity of 5000 m. As the Punta Cuyoc Pass and an ascent to the San Antonio Pass to have incredible views, every day offers beautiful views in constant change of very high peaks that include the characteristic spire like Jirishanca Peak and the impressive Yerupaja Summit at 6640 m the second Peru’s highest mountain, at night, we will camp in quiet places next to glacial lakes and meadows in this incomparable corner of the Andes.
Trek Details:
Altitude Between: 3,500 / 5,000 m.s.n.m
Duration: 10 Days / 9 Nights / 98 km Approx.
Season: April / November (Day 12 ° C to 23 ° C) (Night 0 ° C to -5 ° C)
Activity: Trekking Nature and Adventure
Technical difficulty: Moderate / Level of effort: Demanding / Hours of walking: 8
Destination: Huaraz Peru, Cordillera Huayhuash
PROGRAM:
Day 1 Huaraz / Chiquian / Llamac / Cuartelhuain (4,300 m)
We will transfer in our transport south of the city of Huaraz to Cuartelhuain, passing through Recuay, Chiquian and Llamac where we will have lunch, then we will continue until reaching Cuartelhuain 4,000 m (5/6 hours) from this point the equipment and food will be transferred in donkeys (D, A, C)
Day 2 Cuartelhuain / Paso Cacanan Punta (4,700 m) / Mitucocha (4,400 m)
This day we will begin to walk along a slightly steep path until we reach the Cacananpunta pass 4,700 m, then we will begin to descend until we reach the Mitucocha lagoon 4,150 m where we will camp (4/5 hours) (D, A, C)
Day 3 Mitucocha / Carhuac Pass (4,650 m) / Carhuacocha (4,100 m)
Very early we will start with the hike, appreciating the beautiful peaks of the Huayhuash mountain range of Paso Carhuac 4,650 m then we will descend until we reach Carhuacocha lagoon 4,138 m (4/5 hours) (D, A, C)
Day 4 Carhuacocha / Carnicero Pass (4,800 m) / Huayhuash (4,500 m)
We will continue with our walk, passing through impressive lagoons, such as Quesillococha, Siula and the beautiful mountains such as the Jirishanca Grande, Siula, Jurao, Butcher and Trapeze We will pass the Carnicero Pass 4,600 m and we will descend until we reach Huayhuash 4,200 m where we will camp (6/7 hours ) (D, A, C)
Day 5 Huayhuash / Paso Portachuelo (4,750 m) / Viconga (4,407 m)
After breakfast we will ascend to cross the Portachuelo pass 4,750 m from where we will appreciate the mountains of the Raura mountain range and the Viconga lagoon, we will camp at the exit of the channel 4,407 m, 20 minutes from the camp there are hot springs where we will take a bath (5 / 6 hours) (D, A, C)
Day 6 Viconga / Punta Cuyoc Pass (5,000 m) / Guanacpatay (4,100 m)
After breakfast we will start climbing until we reach the Punta Cuyoc pass 5,000 m the highest pass of the entire trek, optional ascend to the San Antonio viewpoint (5,020 m) from where there is an impressive view of the mountain range, then we will descend until we reach the valley of Guanacpatay 4,100 m (6/7 hours) (D, A, C)
Day 7 Guanacpatay / Huayllapa / Huatiac (4,350 m)
We will descend to the town of Huayllapa 3,800 m where there is telephone and shops, after a break we will begin to ascend to our camp in Huatiac 4,350 m (5/6 hours) (D, A, C)
Day 8 Huatiac / Tapush Pass / Angoshcancha (4,250 m)
We will climb Tapush Pass (4,800 m) Susucocha Lagoon and camp at Angoshcancha (4,250 m) (4/5 hours walk) (D, A, C)
Day 9 Angoshcancha / Paso Yaucha / Jahuacocha (4,100)
We will ascend to the yaucha pass (4,790 m) and then continue to the viewpoint and descend to the Jahuacocha camp (4,100) (5 hours walk) (D, A, C)
Day 10 Jahuacocha / Llamac / Huaraz / Hotel
We will start walking very early passing the Punta Llamac pass 4,650 m and descend to the town of Llamac where the minivan will wait for us to return to Huaraz (4 hours) (B, L)

What includes?
# Trekking Guide that speaks English
# Cook (1), Arrieros (1)
# Private tourist transport to the starting point for walking
# Food during the expedition (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
Breakfast: Tea, coffee, milk, serials, bread, cheese, butter, jam, pancake, fruit salad, etc.
Snack: Fresh fruit, chocolate, biscuit, frugues and candies.
Lunch: Vegetable salad, pasta, tuna, potato wing Huancaina, chili pepper, chicken salpicon, ham.
Tea Time: Coffee, infusions, cookies, fried huantan, popcorn, etc.
Dinner: variety of soups, quinoa, chaufa rice, rolled chicken, fried trout, pasta, sauteed loin.
# Optional vegetarian food
# Last day (typical food of the Andes)
# Camping equipment (2-person sleeping tent, dining tent, kitchen and bathroom tent) # Logistic Kitchen Equipment (kitchen utensils, pots, plates, cutlery, chairs, tables, gas)
# Hot water in the morning to wash your hands and face every day
# Boiled water for your bottle every day
# Donkeys for the transport of luggage and food (6 Kilos of personal equipment for the donkey)
# Emergency Horse (1) in case of evacuation
# First aid kit
# Communication radio
# Personalized assistance
# Mat
What does not include?
# Personal clothing for Trekking
# Extra food and drinks in the cities
# Entrance tickets to the huayhuash circuit (S / 220.00)
# Travel, accident and evacuation insurance
# Breakfast (day 1)
# Dinner (last day)
# Sleeping bag
# Tips (driver, guide, cook, muleteer)
What do i need to bring?
# Wear appropriate clothing for the day (heat) and for the night (cold), sunscreen, sunglasses, repellent, bathing clothes, personal hygiene kit, walking boots, camera, waterproof jacket, water bottle, sleeping bag, small backpack, front (flashlight-light)
# Baggage (6 Kilos per person) for donkeys

Trekking Santa Cruz to Vaqueria

Trekking Santa Cruz is one of the most visited trekking in the Cordillera Blanca, due to its easy and short access of 4 days, it has a moderate difficulty and reaches a maximum height in the pass of Punta Unión (4,750 m) and Portachuelo de llanganuco (4,765 m) in its route you will find a variety of flora, fauna, cold water lagoons, view of beautiful mountain meadows and old gramineae grasses, you can see the Alpamayo, Artezonraju, Quitaraju and an impressive panoramic view of the Santa Cruz and Huaripampa valley .
Trek Details:
Altitude Between: 2,900 / 4,750 m
Duration: 4 Days / 3 Nights / 43 km Approx.
Season: All year (Day + 12 ° C to + 23 ° C) (Night 0 ° C to -7 ° C)
Activity: Trekking Nature and Adventure
Technical difficulty: Moderate / Level of effort: Demanding / Hours of walking: 5
Destination: Huaraz Peru, Cordillera Blanca
Program:
Day 1 Huaraz (3,090 m) / Cashapampa / Llamacorral (3,760 m)
Transfer in our transport to the north of the city of Huaraz through the villages of Carhuaz, Yungay, Caraz, then we will arrive at Cashapampa 2,900 m from this place we will start with our walk to the Llamacorral camp 3,760 m (D, A, C)
Elevation: + 860 m (duration 3/4 hours approx.)
Day 2 Llamacorral / Taullipampa (4,250 m)
We will continue our walk along the wide and flat creek of Santa Cruz, crossing the lagoons of Ichiccocha and hatuncocha, from Queruar we will start a side walk towards the base camp of Alpamayo until we reach the Arhuaycocha lagoon where we will have splendid views of Quitaraju 6,040 m, Alpamayo 5,947 m, Artezonraju 6,025 m and others, then cross to our camp in Taullipampa 4,250 m (D, A, C)
Elevation: + 490 m (duration 4/5 hours approx.)
Day 3 Taullipampa / Punta Unión Pass (4,750 m) / Cachinapampa (3,600 m)
We will start climbing up to the Punta Union pass 4,750 m from this point we will appreciate a large part of the Cordillera Blanca and Negra then we will begin to descend to the Huaripampa gorge until we reach our camp in Cachinapampa 3,600 m (D, A, C)
Elevation: + 500 m / – 1,150 m (duration 6/7 hours approx.)
Day 4 Cachinapampa / Vaqueria / 3,500 m / Portachuelo 4,767 m / Huaraz
We will continue descending to the small town of Huaripampa, and we will go up to the village of Vaquería and then with our transport return to Huaraz, we will ascend to the portachuelo pass of Llanganuco 4,765 m, in this place we will have a very splendid panoramic view towards the snow-capped Huascarán, Chopicalqui, Huandoy, Pisco and Chacraraju, and then return to Huaraz (D, A)
(Duration 3 hours of walking and 4/5 hours in transport)
What includes?
# Trekking Guide that speaks English
# Cook (1), Arrieros (1)
# Private tourist transport to the starting point for walking
# Food during the expedition (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
Breakfast: Tea, coffee, milk, serials, bread, cheese, butter, jam, cake, fruit salad, etc.
Snack: Fresh fruit, chocolate, biscuit, frugues and candies.
Lunch: Vegetable salad, pasta, tuna, huancaína potato, chicken chili pepper, chicken spatter, ham.
Tea Time: Coffee, infusions, cookies, fried huantan, popcorn, etc.
Dinner: variety of soups, quinoa, chaufa rice, rolled chicken, fried trout, pasta, sauteed loin.
# Optional vegetarian food
# Last day (typical food of the Andes)
# Camping equipment (sleeping tent 2 people, dining tent, kitchen and bathroom tent)
# Logistic Kitchen Equipment (kitchen utensils, pots, plates, cutlery, chairs, tables, gas)
# Hot water in the morning to wash your hands and face every day
# Boiled water for your bottle every day
# Donkeys for the transport of luggage and food (6 Kilos of personal equipment for the donkey)
# Emergency Horse (1) in case of evacuation
# First aid kit
# Communication radio
# Personalized assistance
# Mat
What does not include?
# Personal clothing for Trekking
# Extra food and drinks in the cities
# Entrance tickets to Huascaran National Park (S / 60.00)
# Travel, accident and evacuation insurance
# Breakfast (day 1)
# Dinner (last day)
# Sleeping bag
# Tips (driver, guide, cook, muleteer)
What do i need to bring?
# Wear appropriate clothing for the day (heat) and for the night (cold), sunscreen, sunglasses, repellent, bathing clothes, personal hygiene kit, walking boots, camera, waterproof jacket, water bottle, sleeping bag, small backpack, front (flashlight-light).
# Baggage of (6 Kilos per person) for donkeys.

Climbing Alpamayo Season 2022

Alpamayo (in Quechua means Allpa Mayu) is a mountain that is located in the Andes mountain range located in the northern part of the western branch of the Cordillera Blanca, within the Huascarán National Park in Peru. It reaches an altitude of 5,947 m. It was proclaimed by the magazine Alpinismus of Munich Germany in 1966 as “The Most Beautiful Mountain in the World”

Climbing Details:
Route: French Direct / West Face
Duration: 6 Days / 5 Nights
Technical difficulty: Difficult / Level of effort: Demanding
Activity: Climbing Nature / Adventure
Season: May / September (Day 12 ° C to 23 ° C) (Night 0 ° C to -15 ° C)
Altitude Between: 3,100 / 5,947 m.
Destination: Huaraz Peru, Cordillera blanca
Number of participants in group: 6 minimum / 8 maximum
Program:
Day 1 Huaraz (3,100 m) / Cashapampa / Ichiccocha (3,900 m)
Departure: 07:00 AM we will head north of the City of Huaraz with our transport to Caraz visiting its typical villages of the Huaylas alley and then we will arrive at the town of Cashapampa (2,900 m) where the Arrieros and donkeys wait for us transfer of food and materials to Ichiccocha. (L, D)
Elevation: + 1,000 m (duration 3/4 hours approx.)
Day 2 Ichicocha / Arhuaycoha Base Camp (4,350 m)
This day we will continue with our trek to the base camp, passing through the beautiful lagoons Ichiccocha and Atuncocha, appreciating some peaks that surround us such as artezonraju, taulliraju, quitaraju and then we will arrive at the base camp. (B, L, D)
Elevation: + 450 m (duration 4/5 hours approx.)
Day 3 Base Camp / Camp 1 (5,450 m)
We will begin our ascent to the height field, along a very marked path with landmarks within the forest of quenuales and ichu and we will cross a very loose moraine and thus reach the glacier, we will pass through a gutter and then we will descend to the height camp. (B, L, D)
Elevation: + 1,100 m (duration 5/6 hours approx.)
Day 4 Camp 1 / Summit (5,947 m) / Camp 1
We will wake up very early in the morning to carry out almost all the ascent at night and thus take advantage of the best snow conditions, the temperature reaches from -15 º C to -20º C and a cold air, with a medium difficulty and an inclination of 65º to 70 ° and a hard ice wall of 300 meters. From the rimaya to the summit 5,947 m from the summit we will appreciate an impressive panorama of almost the entire white mountain range, after taking some pictures we will descend with rappels following our same footprints to camp 1 (B, L, D)
Elevation: + 497 m / – 497 m (duration 08/10 hours approx. Up and down)
Day 5 Camp 1 / Base Camp
We will return along the same ascent route to the base camp by breaking some cracks and crossing the moraine to the base camp. (B, L, D)
Day 6 Base Camp / Cashapampa / Huaraz Hotel
After breakfast, we will begin to collect the camp to return with the donkeys to Cashapampa where our minivan awaits us for our transfer to Huaraz. (B, L)

What includes?
# Mountain Guide (UIAGM)
# Cook (1), Porters (2), Donkey Drive (2)
# Private tourist transport to the starting point for walking
# Food during the expedition (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
Breakfast: Tea, coffee, milk, serials, bread, cheese, butter, jam, cake, fruit salad, etc.
Snack: Fresh fruit, chocolate, biscuit, frugues and candies.
Lunch: Vegetable salad, pasta, tuna, huancaína potato, chicken chili pepper, chicken spatter, ham.
Tea Time: Coffee, infusions, cookies, fried huantan, popcorn, etc.
Dinner: variety of soups, quinoa, chaufa rice, rolled chicken, fried trout, pasta, sauteed loin.
# Optional vegetarian food
# Last day (typical food of the Pachamanca Andes)
# Camping equipment (sleeping tent 2 people, dining tent, kitchen and bathroom tent)
# Logistic Kitchen Equipment (kitchen utensils, pots, plates, cutlery, chairs, tables, gas)
# Hot water in the morning to wash your hands and face every day
# Boiled water for your bottle every day
# Donkeys for the transport of luggage and food (10 Kilos per person for the donkey)
# Emergency Horse (1) in case of evacuation
# First aid kit
# Communication radio
# Personalized assistance
What does not include?
# Personal clothing for high mountains
# High mountain personal technical equipment (boots, ice axes, crampons, harness, helmet, etc.)
# Extra food and drinks in the cities
# Entrance tickets (Huascaran National Park S / 150.00 soles per person)
# Travel / Accident Insurance
# Sleeping bag
# Tips (driver, guide, cook, porter, carrier)
What do i need to bring?
# Wear appropriate clothing for the day (heat) and for the night (cold), sunscreen, sunglasses, repellent, bathing clothes, personal hygiene kit, walking boots, camera, waterproof jacket, water bottle, sleeping bag, small backpack, front (flashlight-light)
# Luggage (10 Kilos per person) for donkeys