Huaraz is the centre for trekking, hiking & climbing in Peru, with close proximity to the Cordillera Blanca and Cordillera Huayhuash. The city is flanked by mountains – on one side the dry Cordiller View Details
All our treks start and finish in Huaraz, or another town nearby. Add extra days for international flights and travel from and to Lima.
During treks we use donkeys or porters to carry camping and cooking equipment, food, your personal gear. You only need to carry a day rucksack with camera, snacks, lunch, warm clothes, etc. We only use reputable donkey drivers, and ensure the donkeys are treated humanly, are well cared for and carry a maximum allowable weight of 30 kgs, Where porters are used, The maximum allowable weight that donkeys carry 40kgs including their own gear.
Santa Cruz Llanganuco Trek - 4 / 5 days A popular shorter treking the Cordillera Blanca. Its popularity is due to the spectacular mountain views, crystal blue lakes and the challenging pass Punta Union at altitude 4750m. An amazing variety of scenery in only 4 or 5 days.
Circuit Alpamayo – 13 days The Cordillera Blanca must provide one of the most varied landscapes for trekking and climbing in the world. There are more than 50 peaks of 5700m of higher, including Huascarán at 6768m - the highest mountain in Peru and also the beautiful pyramid of Alpamayo. There are blue lakes, high passes, glaciers, awesome vertical walls and spectacular campsites. Our trek passes by all these features.
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Hiking Trekking Climbing Tours Huaraz Peru Huaraz is the centre for trekking, hiking & climbing in Peru, with close proximity to the Cordillera Blanca and Cordillera Huayhuash. The city is flanked by mountains – on one side the dry Cordillera Negra and the other side the snow capped peaks
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