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Jankhouma challenge: 9-day guided climb

Come climb the Jankhouma mountain with Bernardo, local IFMGA certified guide. A great 9-day adventure suitable for experienced and well-trained climbers!

Mountain RangeAndes
Duration9 days
Offer periodMay, Jun, Jul, Aug
Skill LevelAdvanced
Fitness LevelFit
Type of tripNot specified

Description

Welcome to a challenging experience, perfect for climbers with considerable experience!

Located in the north of the Cordillera Real, there is the 6490-meter-high Jankhouma Mountain (or Ancohuma). Its name comes from the Aymara language and means “crystalline water”. This is the highest mountain of the massif and it is surrounded by the most stunning large glaciers. Furthermore, from its top you will see a really amazing panoramic view of the Bolivian Andes.

The first people to reach the Jankhouma’s summit were Rud Dienst and Adolf Schulze, leaders of a German expedition in 1919. Now it’s your turn! I will guide you through its north face route. It includes ice slopes of 45-50 degrees of inclination. Finally, we will reach the great crest that leads to the top. Undoubtedly it will be the trip of a lifetime!

Find more information of the itinerary at the end of this page. You can also check out many other expeditions I offer in the Cordillera Real. For example, take a look at my 7-day trip to the Sajama and Parinacota volcanoes or this 9-day climbing expedition to Mount Illampu.

So, don’t wait any longer and make your reservation. Contact me now so we can discuss and plan your next adventure in the Cordillera Real!

Details

Meeting point

La Paz


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Itinerary

Day 1: La Paz - Sorata

Departure from La Paz and trip by vehicle to Sorata (2700 m). It will be a 4-hour ride. After lunch we will visit the San Pedro caves. Overnight hotel.

Day 2: Intermediate Camp

Long hiking day (7-8 hour hike) to approach the intermediate camp at 4600 m. Some mules will help us. Overnight camping.

Day 3: Base Camp

We will continue to the base camp (5100 m) with the assistance of porters. It will be a half-day climb to the base camp. Overnight camping.

Day 4: High Camp

Ascent to the high camp (5600 m) located on the glacier. It will take 5 hours to get there. Overnight camping.

Day 5: Summit day

Climb to the summit of Mt. Jancohuma (6490 m). We’ll do it by the north face with ice slopes of 45-50 degrees. After enjoying the huge mountain range we will descent back to the base camp (round trip: more than 12 hours). Overnight camping.

Day 6: Base Camp

Descent to the base camp. Rest afternoon. We’ll spend the night in the camping site.

Day 7: Back to Sorata

Back and descend to the Sorata village. Overnight hotel.

Day 8: La Paz

Return journey to La Paz with private transport for four hours. Arrival at your hotel, where this program ends.


About the guide

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IFMGA/UIAGM Mountain Guide from Bolivia

My name is Bernardo Guarachi, I am from Bolivia.

I was trained as a mountain guide in germany in the DAV and am also guide UIAGM.

With many years of experience as mountaineer, I was the the first Bolivian to summit the Everest. Another achievements I have are the Makalu, Makinley, Cho Oyu, Aconcagua and many other mountains in Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru and Argentina.

Contact me so I can guide to some of the beautiful peaks of the Bolivian Andes!


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Prices per person

Group of 1

USD 3112 each

Group of 2

USD 1556 each

Group of 3

USD 1556 each

Group of 4

USD 1424 each

Group of 5

USD 1414 each

Group of 6

USD 1346 each

Group of 7

USD 1346 each

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Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Transport during the trip

- Group porters (transport of tents, cooking equipment, etc. for the group)

- Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


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