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A paradise for walkers, Climbers the life at its purest

Trekking - Climbing in Peru's Andean move through beautiful landscapes with great views of mountains and lakes. You walk the Qhapaq Ñan, the network of roads that connected the Inca Empire; know the culture of the communities; cross the Cordillera Blanca and Huayhuash in Ancash
Virtually all of the highlands, including valleys, plains and massifs feature trekking circuits varying degrees of difficulty.
Only some of the circuits have been "discovered" as trekking routes of trade. The rest remain relatively unexplored, awaiting lovers the magical paths of the Andes, with its extraordinary network of pre-Columbian trails and more than 12,000 lakes, the deepest canyons on Earth, glaciers and snowy peaks, forests and waterfalls, beautiful villages and above all, the most hospitable people imaginable.
There are very steep paths that are lost in depths freezing breath; zigzagging like giant snakes moving through the mountains, plans and extensive that seem lost in the vastness of the desert; hidden and invisible amongst the thick undergrowth of the Amazon forests.
Peru paths are ideal for all levels of need demanding and experience.

Trekking: During treks we use donkeys to carry camping & cooking equipment, tents, food and your personal gear bag. You only carry a light day pack with camera, snacks, water bottle, warm jacket etc. Our guides and crew are very experienced and know how to manage trekking at altitude. We always walk slowly, take plenty of rest breaks and make sure that you have plenty of boiled water to drink.

Climbing: All our Peru climbing trips are lead guided by qualified and licensed UIAGM International mountain guides, supported by licensed assistant guides and experienced climbing porters. For most of the climbing trips donkeys carry luggage and equipment to base camps. You only have a light day pack. Where there are high camps on the mountain porters carry tents, climbing rope, equipment and food, but you need to carry your own sleeping bag, mattress, clothes and climbing gear. You can request to hire a private porter if you do not wish to carry your own equipment.

Safety: Groups are organised so that in the event of an accident, illness or tiredness there are always sufficient qualified climbing staff on the trek route or on the mountain to effect a rescue and / or evacuate clients safely back out to Huaraz with a porter or assistant guide while other members of the group will be able to continue with their trek or climb in safety if they wish to do so.

Climbing Equipment: Our climbing guides provide group rope, snow stakes and ice screws. You need to provide your own personal climbing equipment. It is available for hire in Huaraz and we can help organise gear hire for you.

Grading of climbs: The grading of the climbs is an indication only of the level of difficulty. Even climbs suitable for beginner climbers are graded medium to hard to reflect that the altitude makes climbing on any peak physically demanding. Although many guidebooks describe some peaks as being “trekkers peaks” the approaches to all the mountains involve a sometimes steep & challenging hike up through moraine rock to reach the glacier and often there are short sections of steep climbing on ice even on the so-called “easier” peaks. We do NOT consider that any climb in the Cordillera Blanca can be classified as a “trekking peak”.

Altitude and terrain make all climbs physically demanding. A climb should only be considered if you are well acclimatised and generally already in good physical condition.
Grades are based on the French alpine grading system.
These are a general indication only of difficulty. Routes and conditions on all mountains are changing rapidly and level of difficulty may have changed at the time you are on any mountain.

PD (moderate) – Moderate snow climbs – a rope is necessary
AD (reasonably hard) – Routes with a fair amount of difficult climbing – snow & ice experience required
D (hard) – A reasonable amount of serious climbs of snow & ice with pitches up to severe standards
TD (very hard) – Very difficult, long serious climbs
Insurance: We recommend clients obtain mountaineering & travel insurance. The policy should cover activities of mountaineering and include medical, rescue from the mountains, evacuation and repatriation expenses, loss of personal items or money, costs associated with cancellation of flights or other disruption to travel. Peru Police will NOT initiate any mountain rescue in the case of any serious incident until they have received either payment by cash in advance or guarantee of payment to cover the costs of rescue. It is clients responsibility to carry insurance to cover the cost of rescue. If no insurance is carried, Police will request clients family to forward funds before any search & rescue is initiated.




Climbing Vallunaraju 2 or 5 Beginner Plus
Santa Cruz Ulta Trek & Pisco Climb 10 Beginner Plus
Santa Cruz Trek with Climbing Pisco & Yanapaccha 10 or 11 Intermediate
Santa Cruz Trek & Climb Pisco & Chopicalqui 12 or 13 Intermediate
Alpamayo Circuit Trek & Climb Pisco 15 or 14 Beginner Plus
Santa Cruz Trek & Climb Pisco & Huascaran 16 or 14 Intermediate
Alpamayo Base Camp Trek & Climb Ishinca 13 or 12 Beginner Plus
Santa Cruz Trek & Climbing 3 Peaks Ishinca Valley 12 Intermediate
Quillqueyhuanca to Cojup Trek & Climb Ishinca & Tocllaraju 9 Intermediate
Cordillera Huayhuash Mini Trek & Climb Ishinca 10 Beginner Plus
Cordillera Huayhuash Circuit & Climb Pumarinri & Diablo Mudo 15 Beginner Plus
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