May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep
Arrival in Lima, Peru.
Departure to Huarez from Lima.
Walking on Ratequenua hill (3800m).
Acclimatization trek to Churup Lake (4,450m).
Huaraz, Paltay Pashpa, Cochapamba (3,700m), Ishinca base camp (4,395m).
Base camp, climb to Urus peak (5,495m).
Base camp, Ishinca summit (5,530 m) to base camp.
Spare day for bad weather or a slow acclimatization.
Ishinca base camps, return to Huaraz.
Huaraz – Cashpampa 2,900m-Llamacorral 3,768m
Llamacoral to Arhuaycocha Base Camp (4390m, 4250m)
Arhuaycocha base camp- rest day.
Arhuaycocha base camp to Alpamayo moraine camp( 4,850m).
Morraine camp to Alpamayo Camp One (5,400m).
Alpamayo summit day (5,947m).
Waiting for bad weather to pass or second summit day.
Quitaraju Summit (6,030m) OPTIONAL.
Camp One to Arhuaycocha Base Camp.
Arhuaycocha base camp to Artesón base camp (4,250m).
Arteson base camp to Moraine Camp (4,800m).
Moraine Camp to Camp One (5,100m).
Camp One to Summit day (6,025m) – Moraine Camp.
Moraine Camp (4,800m) – Arteson base camp (4,250m).
Waiting for bad weather or for other reasons if necessary.
Base Camp – Cashapampa–return to Huaraz.
Lima-Huaraz road (hotel in Miraflores).
Stay in Lima.
Mount Alpamayo is an alternative to Tocllaraju. Routes may vary according to the weather conditions.
AGMP-UIAGM Mountain Guide from Peru
I was born in the Peruvian Andes, close to the black and white ranges. Growing up surrounded by beautiful mountains and valleys, like Callejón de Huaylas, I decided to enter the guide school, where I became internationally IFMGA/UIAGM certified.
I did many difficult routes in Europe and South America, and have the conviction to provide high quality service to the most demanding domestic and international customers.
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