The fantastic Huayhuash mountain range is famous for its sharp peaks of more than 6000 meters of altitude that attract mountaineers from all around the world.
Seven of the Peru’s highest peaks lie in this massif, whose beauty can be seen in the film “Touching the Void”. Our challenging 11-day trekking trip will cross 7 mountain passes with continuous panoramic views of the Andean giants. Among them, the Yerupaja (6635 m), which is the second highest mountain in the country.
Our adventure finishes with an optional ascent to the Diablo Mudo (5427 m), a non-technical snow-capped peak with amazing sceneries across the entire Huayhuash mountain range.
Join me on this unforgettable trek. Book your place now by clicking on the green button. I’ll be waiting for your request to start planning this hiking program together!
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Price per person
- Guiding fee
Skill level required
Fitness level required