Join Juventino, local IFMGA guide, on this 17-day climbing and hiking trip in Huayhuash. Pumarinri and Diablo Mudo are some of the ascent options.
The Cordillera Huayhuash is a perfect Andean spot of Perú where we can combine trekking and mountaineering. That is what I bring today. A fantastic 17 day adventure in Huayhuash to climb or trek in the Nevado Pumarinri (5465 m) and the amazing Diablo Mudo (5350 m).
Our meeting point will be in Huaraz, in the Ancash District, 400 km from Lima. Our first trek will be from Pitec (3850 m) to the famous Churup Lake, at 4450 meters of height. After some days of acclimatization near Huaraz we’ll be transferred to the Cordillera Huayhuash on day 4.
Depending on your wishes and the group level we’ll decide if we climb the Pumarinri Peak or go hiking to Punta Cuyoc Pass (5020 m). By day 12 we can try our second goal: the ascent to Diablo Mudo. It’s also optional and will depend on your physical and technical level.
At the end of this page you’ll find a more detailed day by day program. And if you’re in search of a more challenging mountain ascent check out this 3-summit program I lead in the Cordillera Blanca.
Come and join me for such an interesting adventure in Huayhuash. As a local guide with vast experience in the Peruvian Andes I can guarantee a superb experience. Send your request now!
In tents during the trek + Hotel Kamana 2 nights in Lima + Hotel Casa Blanca 5 nights in Huaraz.
Once in Lima, travel by bus to Huaraz. The trip takes 8 hours. Hotel in Huaraz.
From Huaraz private transport to Pitec and trekking to the Churup Lake. Total walking time: 6 hours (round trip). Hotel in Huaraz.
From Huaraz, private transport to the Santa River Valley and Yungay, driving via Quebrada Llanganuco and the Cebollapampa Pass at 3850 meters. Hike to Laguna 69 and return to Huaraz. Total walking time: 6 hours (round trip). Hotel in Huaraz.
Transfer to Cordillera Huayhuash and Matacancha Camp at 4150 meters. Today we won’t walk. Night in camp.
From Matacancha, trekking to Cacanampunta (4700 m) and Mitucocha Lake (4300 m). Total walking time: 4 hours. Night in camp.
Trek to Punta Carhuac Pass (4640 m) and Carhuacocha Lake. 3 walking hours in total for the day. Night in camp.
Trek to Siula Pass (4950 m) and Quesillococha Lake (4450 m). Total walking time of the day: 6 hours. Night in camp.
Today we will hike to the village of Portachuelo de Huayhuash. Then, to the Viconga Lake where we’ll enjoy the relaxing hot springs at 4400 meters of altitude. Total walking hours: 4. Night in camp.
From Viconga we’ll finally climb the Nevado Pumarinri. Another option is to hike to the Punta Cuyoc Pass (5020 m). Then we’ll trek down to the Elefante Camp or Huanacpatay. Total walking and climbing time: approx. 9 hours. Night in camp.
Trekking to Village of Huayllapa (3600 m) and then, we’ll continue up to the Huatiac Camp at 4290 meters. Total walking hours: 6. Night in camp.
From Huatiac we will walk to Punta Tapush (4800 m). We’ll spend the night at the Cashpapampa Camp (4500 m). Total walking time: 9 to 10 hours. Night in camp.
Today we’ll walk up to Llaucha Pass (4750 m) and down to the
Jahuacocha Lake (4066 m). Optional: to climb Diablo Mudo. Walking and climbing time: 4 hours. Night in camp.
From Jahuacocha we will hike to the Jahuapunta Pass (4650 m). Then to Pocpa Village (3600 m) and transfer to Huaraz. Walking time for the day: 5 hours. Hotel in Huaraz.
Optional: rock climbing at the walls of Chancos. Hotel in Huaraz.
Transfer to the Anta Airport and 50 minute flight to Lima. Or transfer to the bus terminal for the 8 hour ride to Lima. Transfer to the hotel in Lima.
Transfer to the airport. Return to your country of origin.
IFMGA/UIAGM mountain guide from Peru.
He was born in 1960 in Huaraz / Peru. With his 15th Age he learned the world of trekking and mountaineering know by he accompanied his father on trips with his clients.
To this day he is still working as a mountain guide and tour operator. For many years he was able to acquire a lot of knowledge about the mountains, making it one of the most experienced certified mountain guides.
He runs a family travel agency based in Huaraz, which was founded by his father, and is now managed by Juventino and his son, Eric.
I can warmly recommend Eric and his company Peru Expeditions Tours. Eric and his team are very professional. They speak fluent English and Eric speaks German. They answered very quickly to questions before the trip. Eric helped me to organize an excursion to the high camp of Alpamayo. He also helped me to rent the right equipment. I also enjoyed ten fantastic days trekking Cordillera Huayhuash and climbing Nevado Pumarinri (5465 m) and Nevado Diablo Mudo (5350 m) with Eric and his team. The organization and the equipment (tents etc.) of the trekking were perfect and the team surprised me with a birthday cake at the Cashpapampau Camp (at 4500 meters) and they also prepared delicious vegetarian food for me on the hike. After Huayhuash we climbed Mount Tocllaraju (6034 HM), organized by Eric and Peru Expeditions Tours. All the guides who work for Eric are local people with a lot of experience and education in the mountains, they speak perfect English and try to do everything to make the clients happy! Thanks to Peru Expeditions Tours I really enjoyed the time in the mountains around Huaraz. I am looking forward to more treks and climbing with you in the future!
Group of 1
|USD 2351 each|
Group of 2
|USD 2207 each|
Group of 3
|USD 2207 each|
Group of 4
|USD 2000 each|
Group of 5
|USD 2000 each|
Group of 6
|USD 1794 each|
Group of 7
|USD 1794 each|
Group of 8
|USD 1588 each|
Want a different number of travellers?
- Guiding fee
- Transportation from your hotel/airport (if in area) to the start of the trip and back
- Transport during the trip
- Permit and entrance fees
- Group porters (transport of tents, cooking equipment, etc. for the group)
- Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Prices don't include: Travel accident and health insurance; International flights to Lima / Peru round trip; Transfer from the airport for bookings of individual flights with different times of arrival or departure; Exit tax at the airport in Lima; Luggage insurance and trip cancellation; Meals in restaurants in Lima and Huaraz; Personal expenses; Personal equipment (such as boots, ice ax, crampons, harness, sleeping bag, mat, Goretex, etc.); Tips.