Let me invite you to live an unforgettable 5-day ascent to Diablo Mudo (“Mute Devil”), a mountain at 5.350 meters of height in the Huayhuash Range.
Diablo Mudo is one of the most challenging routes in Perú due to its moderate obstacles during the ascent. But if you have strength, determination and a some experience, it will be a great challenge for you!
Although this mountain is not as high as its six-thousand-meter neighboring peaks, once you’re at the summit you won’t believe such a stunning viewpoint.
I think that the remoteness and wildlife around Diablo Mudo is ideal for those who love big challenges far from the crowds with ice slopes up to 45° and rocky surfaces.
As for the itinerary, we will ascend by the Cashpapampa base camp. Then we will walk down to the Huacrish Valley and the amazing Jahuacocha Lake. Please find more details at the end of this description.
Peru and its peaks give you the opportunity of challenging yourself. Contact me now by clicking on the green button and let’s fulfill this goal in Huayhuash!
Find more climbing programs also in Cordillera Blanca, like this ascent to Chopicalqui.
Acclimatization in Huaraz
We will meet in Huaraz or in Lima City, depending on what we have agreed. There, we can do a tour around The Churup Lake at 4.450 meters in order to acclimatize our bodies with a 3-hour hike. Then, we will be taken to the hotel in Huaraz to get ready for the following day.
Starting point - Llamac
We will be transferred to Llamac where our hike starts. With the help of donkeys we will walk to our first camp at 3.700m.
Hike to Chaspampa
After breakfast we will start hiking to our next goal: the Cashpapampa Camp at 4.300 meters from where we can admire Diablo Mudo Peak. At the end of the day we will check our climbing gear so that we get ready to the next summit day.
We leave the camp at 3 AM in order to have plenty of time to climb Diablo Mudo. After some pictures at the summit and once we finish admiring the amazing landscapes we see from there, we start the descent. It will be made across the Huacrish Valley until we get to Jahuacocha camp.
Sambunya Pass - Rondoy - Huaraz
We start our last descent towards Sambunya Pass at 4.700 meters. You won’t believe such as sight during this way. Once we are in Rondoy, our transfer will be waiting for us to be taken to Huaraz again, driving across Huallanca.
Price per person
- Guiding fee
- All meals during trip
- Transport to the start of the trip
- Transport during the trip
- Personal equipment
- Permit and entrance fees
- Mountain guide's expenses
Skill level required
Fitness level required
Accommodation in campsites. They include Personal Tent, kitchen Tent with utensils, Dining Tent with table and chairs, Toilet Tent.