With its 16 snowy peaks over 6000 meters in height Huascaran, located in the Peruvian department of Ancash, is considered a Natural World Heritage since 1985. The national park of the same name comprises an area of 3,400 km² and has 434 lagoons, 712 glaciers and more than 40 rivers that feed the basins of the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. Imagine all the corners that can be explored in this region, walking through its deep valleys and feeling in each step the local culture, the Andean landscapes and its biodiversity. Hire one of the programs listed below and get ventured into an unforgettable hiking experience in Huascaran. Explore-Share only promotes mountain trips led by certified guides.
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