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Today we will be transferred to Pitec, from where we will start the hike to our next destination: the Quilcayhuanca Valley. The route winds through the gorge alongside glaciated peaks. Here we will also find archaeological remains called Nuevo Tambo. The Cayeshpampa camp (4,100 m) is not easy to find among the rocks, so we can also camp near the lake. In the afternoon we’ll climb to Laguna Tullpacocha, where the icebergs from the glacier are still floating. Overnight Camp (B/L/D).
Today we will set off on an uphill trail, getting to Cuchillacocha Lake (4,625 m) at the foot of the snowcapped peaks of Pucaranra and Chinchey. From here, we’ll continue climbing to the Huapi Pass at 5020 meters for approximately 5 hours. We’ll be then at the highest point of the circuit. After that, we will descend towards the Cojup Gorge to set up our camp in this beautiful canyon. Later we’ll take a short hike to the Palcacocha Lake (4,350 m) and return to enjoy the sunset. Overnight Camp (B/L/D).
After breakfast we will leave the camp for an easy return. We will walk down along the Quebrada Cojub trail. At the end of the valley our private transfer will be waiting to take us back Huaraz via Llupa and Unchus. We’ll be in the city by lunchtime. Overnight stay in a hotel (B/L/-).
Not included in the price:
- International flights to Lima / Peru round trip
- Transfer from the airport for bookings of individual flights with different times of arrival / departure
- Exit tax at the airport in Lima
- Travel accident and health insurance
- Luggage insurance and trip cancellation
- Meals in restaurants in Lima and Huaraz
- Pick up at the airport in Lima to the Hotel
- Transfer from the Hotel to the airport and bus station
-Transport public bus or Domestic flight Airline LC-Peru
- Hotel Casa Andina 2 nights in Lima or other hotel
- Hotel San Sebastián 4 nights in Huaraz or other hotel
- Entrance fees to the Huascaran National Park
- Personal expenses
- Personal equipment (such as boots, ice ax, crampons, harness, sleeping bag, mat, Goretex, etc.)
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.
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