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Misti Volcano, Peru, 2 Day Guided Ascent

Enjoy a thrilling 2 day climb along the Aguada Blanca route to the summit of the gorgeous Misti Volcano in the Andes of Peru with Carlos, an IFMGA certified guide.

Mountain RangeAndes
Duration2 days
Offer periodMay, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
Skill LevelIntermediate
Fitness LevelFit
Type of tripNot specified

Description

There is a wide assortment of great peaks you can climb in Peru. And on this 2 day adventure, I would like to guide you to the summit of one of the most amazing: the Misti Volcano (5,825m).

Also known as Putina, the Misti volcano is an amazing peak. It stands tall and intimidating, and with its last eruption happening in 1985, there is an aura of unbridled power surrounding it. However, on this trip, you will get to make your way all the way to the top of this great volcano and look out at the sensational landscape spread out before you.

Beginning in Arequipa at 8:00 am, we will pick you up and drive for approximately 3 hours in a comfortable 4×4 truck to Aguada Blanca (4,250m). We will proceed along the Aguada Blanca route to the Misti volcano’s base camp (4,800m), where we will spend the night in a tent.

The following day, we will wake up very early and begin our ascent of the Misti volcano. The climb from base camp to the summit will take approximately 5-6 hours. After you’ve spend some time at the impressive summit, which includes active fumaroles, we will start our descent. It will take up approximately 1 hour to get back to base camp. And from there, it will take us another 1 hour to reach the vehicles. Finally, we will drive for back to Arequipa.

Participants should have some previous mountaineering experience. They should also be in good physical condition.

Climbing the Misti volcano is as thrilling a climb as you can get. To experience it for yourself, just send me a request.

I also lead a similar 2 day climbing expedition to the summit of the nearby Nevado Chachani peak.

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Accommodation

The peak's base camp.

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Participants should bring the following items with them: sleeping bag, comfortable clothing and jacket, gloves, cap, hat, sunglasses, mountain boots, backpack, canteen or water heater, canes, crampons, ice axe and lantern. It is also very important to be properly acclimatized for this trip.

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Arequipa

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About the guide

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IFMGA/UIAGM Mountain Guide from Perú.

I am an Official Mountain Guide with UIAGM certification, I am 35 years old as a guide, and I work in the Peruvian Andes. I am a specialist in organizing Mountain and Trekking expeditions in the Cordillera Blanca, Volcanic Cordillera and Cordillera of Vilcanota. I am part of a family of guides dedicated to guide in the area of Huaraz, Cusco and Arequipa; to take care of our clients we have organized a family company specialized in Adventure Tourism, we have customized packages and programs for groups of friends or clubs; we have logistics equipment of very good quality for mountain and trekking. We also offer mountain bike programs.


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Prices per person

Group of 1

USD 423 each

Group of 2

USD 238 each

Group of 3

USD 196 each

Group of 4

USD 196 each

Group of 5

USD 186 each

Group of 6

USD 186 each

Group of 7

USD 176 each

Group of 8

USD 176 each

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Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Accommodation

- Transport during the trip

- Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Price details

For 9 and 10 people the price is 160 USD per person, and 150 for any additional people. The above prices are for the economic package of this trip. I also offer a private class version of this trip as well. The prices (all in USD) are 670 for 1 person, 410 for 2 people, 400 for 3 and 4 people, 350 for 5 and 6 people, 310 for 7 and 8 people, 290 for 9 and 10 people and 280 for additional people. The private version of the trip includes climbing equipment, while the economic version does not. Also, the private version includes 1 breakfast, 1 dinner and 2 cold lunches, while the economic version only includes 1 breakfast and dinner. Also, with the economic version, participants carry their own personal and collective items including tents and food.


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