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4-day Guided Tocllaraju Ascent

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Join Beto, a UIAGM-certified guide, on this epic trek to the peak of Tocllaraju high up in the pristine Peruvian Andes.



4 Days

May - Sep




* Hike through the beautiful Ishinca Valley

* Camp on a glacier with incredible views back into the valley

* Conquer one of Peru's 6,000ers and enjoy the views from the top of South America


Join our experienced guide on this once-in-a-lifetime climb to the summit of one of the Andes’ 6,000ers!

We begin our ascent with a five-hour hike through the beautiful Ishinca Valley, which affords us stunning views of the surrounding mountains and glaciers. At the end of the five hours we will arrive at our base camp and set up.

The next day, we will hike for another two hours until we arrive at the foot of the glacier and begin setting up our climbing equipment. This will then be followed by a one-hour climb to Camp 1. We will spend that night camping on the glacier, with spectacular views back into the valley.

At 3 am the next morning, we will wake up and begin our final ascent to the summit. This will involve about five hours of climbing, including up a 60 meter wall that can either be done with ropes or as a free climb, depending on what you are comfortable with.

Once we reach the summit, there will be sublime views of some of the surrounding mountains, including Huascaran, Santa Cruz, and Ranrapalca. After a brief stay we will begin our climb back down to Camp 1 and then on to Base Camp.

On the final day, we will pack up our gear and hike back down through the Ishinca Valley before returning to Huaraz.

Book now for the adventure of a lifetime, conquering the peak of one of Peru’s pristine 6,000ers!

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Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Breakfast

- Lunch

- Dinner

- Transportation start and back

Price details

Price available upon request. None of the following are included in that price: the Huascaran National Park entrance fee; harness, helmet, ice axe and boots; sleeping bag & mattress; airline tickets to and from Peru; accommodations in Huaraz.


Day 1: Arriving to Base Camp

We will pick you up in the morning and enter the park. From there we will hike to where we set up our first base camp.

Day 2: Base Camp to Camp 1

After breakfast we will check all our gear then after lunch we will begin climbing to the Camp 1.

Day 3: Camp 1 to Summit to Base Camp

We will begin the climb to the summit very early in the morning. After summiting we will begin our descent back to base camp where we will pack up some of our equipment.

Day 4: Base Camp to Huaraz

We will finish packing up the base camp and return to Huaraz.



More info

It is recommended that participants arrive in Huaraz at least 2 days prior to the start of the trip in order to get properly acclimatized.

Meeting point

Huaraz, Peru

About the guide

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Mountain Guide

Beto Pinto was born to climb giant mountains. Raised in a tiny hamlet in the Shacsha valley outside of Huaraz, he often dreamt of climbing the high peaks which surrounded his countryside home. His first steps he was off trekking and exploring on his own - through remote valleys and high Andean lakes. By age 12, he became the youngest to summit Mt. Vallunaraju (5686m). He next summited Nevado Chopicalqui (6354) at age 14, and by age 15, he stood on top of Nevado Huascaran - the summit he always dreamt of and the highest mountain in Peru. Beto remains the youngest Peruvian to have summited Huascaran.

Beto is licensed as a UIAGM /IFMGA /AGMP Guide, and has WFR certification - this means he is recognized worldwide, and it’s the highest level of guide after 3 years of intensive study and training. He teaches mountain rescue courses to other local guides. He has organized and led the first Peruvian expeditions to the mountains of Ecuador and Bolivia, opening new routes and holding the record time to ascend Mexico’s highest volcano, Pico de Orizaba, in Bolivia Huayna Potosi. Within Peru, he has opened many new routes in various Cordilleras. He is published in The Alpinist, The American Alpine Journal, Desnivel , Barrabes , American Alpine Institute, etc





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What people are saying about Beto



Beto was great, super knowledgeable about the mountains and made sure I got everything I needed!

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