Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
After breakfast in Llamac we will start the hike up for about 4 or 5 hours to the Cuartelhuain campsite. Along this route we will pass Popca, a small town. Later we will arrive at a small Pallca mine and finally we’ll get to the camping lot by 2:30 PM. From here we can see the Ninashanca Mountain in the south side. Overnight camp at 4300 m.
After breakfast in Huayhuash we will start to climb up to the Portachuelo pass at 4700 m. From there, we will enjoy the views of the Trapecio, Cuyoc and other mountains. After that we will start to descend to Viconga for about 4 hours, having lunch during the hike, until we get to the thermal waters of Jatuncocha, where you can take a relaxing bath. Overnight camp at 4100 m.
The price does not include:
- Hotel in Huaraz
- Meals in the City
- Huayhuash entrance fees
- Tips for the staff (Guide, cook, porters and Donkey drivers)
- Personal climbing gear
- Extra drinks
Peruvian Mountain Guide - UIAGM Certified Guide Mountain by the Association of Mountain Guides of Peru (AGMP)
I was born and raised in the foothills of the Andes, spending summers hiking and climbing the valley and the peaks near of Huaraz.
Genius of the mountain adventure. From childhood I was a lover of adrenaline, after of the years I became in a Mountain Guide UIAGM and given to become an Instructor of Mountain Guides in the School of Guides in Peru.
I helped build, install and run the famous Via Férrata and Sky Lodge in Sacred Valley, near of Cusco.
I have more than 10 years of experience climbing mountains in the Cordillera Blanca and Huayhuash mountain ranges in Peru, but also in neighboring countries such as Bolivia, Ecuador, Chile and Argentina.
I also did Wilderness First Aid course (WFA) and have completed first aid courses.
I like to share culture with people from all over the world, and help visitors make their dream come true. I speak Quechua, Spanish, English and French.
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