: info@enriqueexpedition.com   waullacinn@hotmail.com
enriqueexpeditiontours     Únite     Sígueme en   enriqueexpedition   Ver fotos
Phone/Teléfono/Movil: (51 43) 425362 - (Movistar) (51 43) 943816061 - RPM: # 943816061- (Claro) 943590321



Si desea leer recomendaciones de nuestros clientes, pulse aqui


Climbing Ishinca Huascaran Climbing - Cordillera Blanca - Huaraz - Peru - South America

- Altitude Cordillera Huayhuash Trek :  5.000m ( Paso Cuyoc)
- Altitude Huascarán Climbing :  6.768m
- Duration :  21 Days
- Difficulty : Moderate - Difficult
- Climbing Season : April to October
- Route Huascarán Climbing : Garganta
- Start trekking or Climbn : Lima – Peru – South América.

Day 1. - Country of origin to Lima, stay at hotel.
Day 2. - Lima to Huaraz, the capital of Ancash department (3,090m) by bus (8 hours), stay at hotel ( Bus Cruz del Sur).
Day 3. - Acclimatization trek to Lake Churup (4,450m).
We leave Huaraz at 7 a.m. for the village of Pitec. From the village, we ascend for about 3 hours, including some rock scrambling at the top, to reach Churup Lake, a beautiful turquoise lake at the base of  Nevado Churup.

Day 4. – We drive from Huraz to Chiquian (3,400m).
From here we drive to Llamac (3250m). Here we meet the donkey-driver and his donkeys. At 11.00 am we leave Llamac and walk to Cuartelhuain. (3900). During our walk we can enjoy the view to the first mountain tops like Ninashanca and we pass through rural villages like Pocpa and  Paclla before we arrive our camping-site Cuartelhuain. Walking-time about 6-7 hours.

Day 5. – Cuartelhuain (3,900m) - Laguna de Mitococha (4,100m).
Walking-time 5 – 6 hours. Today we pass our first pass which is called Cacananpunta (4700) and see the summits of Ninashanca, Rondoy, the lakes Pucacocha, Yanacocha Chico and el Grande. After that we descend until the Camping of  Mitococha. From here we have a nice view to the tops of Rondoy and Hirishanca.

Day 6. – Laguna de Mitococha (4,100m) - Laguna de Carhuacocha (4,138m).
Walking-time 5-6 hours. We climb up to the second pass of Punta Carhuac (4650). Then we descend through the mountain ravine to our camping-site of Carhuacocha.From here we can enjoy the beautiful landscape with the summits of Jirishanca, Yerupaja, Toro, etc.

Day 7. – Laguna de Carhuacocha (4,138m) - Huayhuash (4,100m).
Walking-time about 6-7 hours. Now we pass the third pass which is named Paso de Carnicero (4600). We descend to the lakes of Atocshaico, Carnicero and see the mountains Siula, Jural, Carnicero y Trapecio.

Day 8. – Huayhuash (4,100m) - Laguna Viconga (4,407m).
 Walking-time 5-6 hours. Today we climb up to the pass of Portachuelo (4750) and enjoy the view to the mountains Puscanturpa, Cuyoc, Millpo and parts of the Cordillera Raura.Then we arrive at our camping-site Viconga (4300). It is possible to take a bath at the hot springs of Atuscancha (4000).

Day 9. – Laguna Viconga (4,407m) – Pass San Antonio (4,700m) Guanacpatay (3,900).
Walking-time about 4-5 hours. The 5th pass we will pass is called Cuyoc (5000). This will be the highest pass of our trekking - Pass San Antonio. Descending to the camping.

Day 10. – Guanacpatay (3,900m) - Huayllapa (3,600m) - Huatia (4,200m).
Walking-time about 6-7 hours. We descend to Guanacpatay and reach the village of Huayllapa. After that we ascend to the camping of Huatia, observing the camp of the mountain diablo mudo – Juituhuarco and Rosario.

Day 11. – Huatia (4,200m) - Laguna Jahuacocha (4,066m).
Today we pass the point of Punta Tapush (4,900) and observe the mountains Auxilio, Diablo Mudo. Besides we walk up to the pass of Yaucha (4,800). Where the groups usually descend to the mountain ravine of Haucrish we can see parts of the glacier of Hirishanca and Yerupaja. We arrive at the lake of Jahuacocha, camping.

Day 12. – Laguna Jahuacocha (4,066m) - Llamac (3.250m).
 Now we pass the last pass of our trekking. This pass is called paso de Pampa de Llamac (4300). For the last time we enjoy the view to the mountains of Cordillera Huayhuash. We drive back to Chiquian. Transport to Huaraz.

Day 13. – Day of rest in Huaraz.
Logistics and preparing the technical gear for the expedition.
Day 14.- Huaraz base camp to Huascaran base camp (4,100 m):
We reach the village of Mancos ( 2.530 m) by car and then ascend 20 kilómetros by road to the village of Musho, located NE of Huaraz, at the base camp of Huascarán (4,100m).

Day 15.- Campo base Huascarán – C1 (5,500m).
From base camp, on the upper part of the moraine, we reach the edge of the glacier and continue towards the serracs, setting up camp 1 at 5,500m.

Day 16.- Campo 1(5,500m) - Campo 2 (6,000m).
Climb to camp 2 (6,000m), through the section called the channel, where we cross a few crevasses, and reach the “bottleneck”.

Day 17. - Campo 2 (6,000m) – Summit Huascarán S (6,768) - camp 2 or camp 1.
Climb a couloir (65-70º) that reaches the upper part of the “bottleneck” (6,010m), and then traversing a few gentle slopes, and reach the summit at 6,768m. Return to camp 2 or camp 1.

Day 18. – Campo 1 – Campo base.
Descend to base camp of Huascaran and establish high camp.

Day 19. - Campo base – Musho – Mancos – Huaraz - Hostal.
Descend from base camp to the village of Musho , where private transportation will transfer us back to Huaraz – Hostal.

Day 20. - Huaraz to Lima, stay at hotel.
Day 21. - Lima, transfers from hotel to airport. Return to country of origin.

- When you arrive to Lima we pick up you to the hotel by taxi.
- 2 nights lodging in Lima (double bed.)
- When you arrive to Huaraz we pick up you to the hotel by taxi.
- 5 nights lodging in Huaraz (double bed, breakfast included)
- Bus transportation Lima – Huaraz. (Service VIP).
- Private local transportation Huaraz – Cebollapampa - Huaraz
- Private local transportation Huaraz – Pashpa - Huaraz.
- Private local transportation Huaraz – Musho - Huaraz
- Mountain guide (IUAGM) – Trekking – Climb.
- Porters carry camping equipment (C1 – C2).
- Cook, specialized in cooking normal and vegetarian meals
- Donkeys to carry the common gear (tents, food and fuel) as well as donkeys to carry personal gear (up to 20 kg per person)
- Kitchen gear and cooking facilities at base camp (including dining tent, chairs, cooking tent).
- Food for the whole duration of the climb (breakfast, lunch and dinner) is included.
- The meals include: omelets, sups, fresh fruits, ahuacate, spaghettis meats, rice all them rich in carbohydrates, excellent to recover all the energy you lose during the trek and climbing, also include drinks as: tea, coffee, milk breads, popcorn and coco tea good for altitude sickness
- Climbing gear: rope, Aluminum stakes, ice screws
- Camping gear: 4 season tent
- First aid kit
- Check-up for oxygen to assess acclimatization level of each client.
- Entry to National Park Huascarán.
- Entry to National Park Huayhuash
Not included:
- Food costs outside the climb (Lima and Huaraz)
- Flight from country of origin to Lima
- Extra days of lodging due to delays of the trip
- Personal trekking and climbing gear (plastic boots, harness, ice axes, sleeping bag, sleeping mattress etc..)
- Personal expenses.

Ruta Climbing Huascarán Mountain (S) Huaraz Peru South America
Recommended gear:

Lightweight walking shoes/sandals/socks/pants/short pants/T-shirts (long sleeve and short sleeve)/sunglasses/sunscreen/plastic bags/warm sleeping bag /light weight trekking boots/wool socks/light weight treeking pants/waterproof pants and jacket/fleece/Goretex/hat/mits or warm gloves/thermal liners/camera/bandana or hat against sun/headlamp with extra batteries.

Safety Individual gear:

Glacier glasses 100% UV with rigid case (2 pair recommended)/ goggles/ sunscreen with maximum protection/lipbalm/4 season sleeping bag/ sleeping pad or thermarest/hat/thermal underwear/fleece jacket/fleece pants/down jacket/Goretex jacket or similar material/2 pairs of gloves or mittens/ pair of thermal glove liners/2 pairs of thermal sock liners/plastic boots/gaiters.

Important Informations:

  • We recommend to make a before reservation because the price is economyc, this before reservation you can to do whit a 40 % all price and finally 60 % you can to page in huaraz when you will arrive, you would to make this reservation 6 before months.
  • We consider you to spend the two nights at the hostal ** as shown: The first night when you arrive at Huaraz and the second night if you return from the trekking. If you want to stay longer at Huaraz we can offer you a price of S/.... Nuevo Soles per person at the Hostal la Cordillera, Oscar´S (incl. hot water, priate bathroom, TV, cafeteria).The hostal is placed three squares away from the plaza de armas of Huaraz
  • Transportation from Lima to Huaraz what we in the following companies
    - Cruz del sur. Web: http://www.cruzdelsur.com.pe/
    - Movil Tours. Web: http://www.moviltours.com.pe/

The service of the bus-concerns incl:
• two-floor-buses
• second level / Seats at “bus cama”
• Seat belts for every seat
• Laser-radar for detecting objects at the street (until a distance of 150m)
• Internal Video-camera
• two toilets
• traveling direct to Huaraz
• breakfast and/or lunch and/or dinner
• Service
• Movies
• Music
• Air- condition or heating
• Individual light
• Bingo-Game
The price is about S/. ......Nuevo Soles per person. We can take a reservation for you for traveling Lima – Huaraz –Lima.

Alquiler de Transporte Turístico en Huaraz - Empresa de Transporte Turístico "Enrique Expedition Tours E.I.R.L"

Rent of Tourist Transportation Huaraz - Tourist Transport Company “Enrique Expedition Tours E.I.R.L”

[ Index ][ Up ]

Si desea leer recomendaciones de nuestros clientes, pulse aqui

Hostal en Huaraz “Waullac Inn” **

Contact information / Información de contacto:
Phone/Fax Number / Teléfono/Fax:
Teléfono de Oficina:  ( 51 43 ) 425362
Movíl: ( 51 43 ) 943816061 
Movíl: ( 51 43 ) 943590321

Postal Address / Dirección Postal:
Jr. San Antonio 101, Urb. Santa Isabel, Independencia, Huaraz - Ancash -Perú
E_mail / Correo Electrónico de Contacto con Nosotros:

Perú - Hostal Waullac Inn - 2000_Todos los Derechos Reservados - Perú - Sudamérica