• Maximum altitude: 5752 m. (Pisco summit).
  • Difficulty: Easy – Moderate.
  • Duration: 3 days / 2 nights.
  • Preferred time: May – September.
  • Location: Cordillera Blanca.
  • Average temperature: Between 13° C – 23° C during the day/ at night -05°C to – 02°C.

Pisco is one of the most popular mountains in Cordillera Blanca mainly for two reasons. The locations among highest mountains such as Huascarán, Chopicalqui, Huandoys and Chacraraju are amazing. one of the most spectacular views Cordillera Blanca can offer. Pisco is quite easy to climb and you don’t need previous experience of mountaineering when you climb with a certified guide.

Day 1: the bus transfer us till Cebollapampa (3900m) from where walking around 3-4h to the base camp (4650m) or the Pisco Refuge. in the afternoon we get a short briefing, suggestion and check up the group and personal equipment focus to the next day summit.


Day 2: Wake-up around midnight or 1:00 a.m and after a very light breakfast we start to walk by the moriane for aprox 2 .5 hours then over the glacier by 4 hours we reach the summit around the sunrise The morraine is a bit rocky but as soon We catch Glacier turns much lighter the hike The rout offers amazing views: Huandoy Mountains, Huascaran, Chopicalqui, Chacraraju, alpamayo, arteson and Piscos Summit Offer One of the Best views in the entire Cordillera Blanca.the Returning back to the base camp by the same route to spend one night there.


Day 3: We have breakfast at 8:00 am aprox, After breakfast 3h by walk down to Cebollapampa from where the bus takes us back to Huaraz (optional if you did not visit Lake 69 We can visit walking by a nice trail connect to the Lake and return by the normal route). then we meet in the afternoon to enjoy a delicious typical dinner and some nacional local drinkings with typical Peruvian Andean music.


Pisco can be climbed in other ways as well. If you want more information about the other options, please Ask us

  • 3 Meals per day + 2 snacks.
  • Breakfast: omelet, pancake, fruit salad, serial, scrambled eggs coffee, tea, milk, chocolate, butter, jam, cheese
  • Snack: fresh fruit, chocolates, crackers, cookies, sweets drinks.
  • Lunch: salads, soups, rice, chicken, coca tea.
  • Tea time: different hot drinking’s, coffee, tea, milk, chocolate, crackers, popcorn, pizza, and tequeños.
  • Dinner: different kind of soups, salads, main courses, pasta, chicken, trout, beef, vegetarian food, dessert, hot red wine.
  • Sleeping tent: Salewa, Doite & King Camp (3 Persons tent, used for 2 persons)
  • Sleeping mat: Size, 200 cm X 60 cm X 5 cm
  • Kitchen tent (Base Camp)
  • Dining ten (Base Camp)
  • Toilet tent(Base Camp)
  • Certificated Trekking guide (Speaks English/Spanglish)
  • Certificated cook
  • Group Climbing gear (Crampons, Harness, ice axe, rope, helmet, etc).
  • Kitchen and dining full utensils. Chair, table, stove, gas, plates, caps, forks (Base Camp)
  • First aid kit
  • Private transport
  • Porters
  • Hot water to clean up your hands and face.
  • Boiled water to fill your bottle every day.
  • Include last day typical dinner and drink with Typical Peruvian Andean music
  • Entrance fee to the Huascarán National Park- 60 Soles
  • Travel accident and health insurance
  • Horse (in case of emergency, for trekking parts)
  • Travel luggage and Travel cancellation insurance
  • Not mentioned food and beverages
  • Don’t include first breakfast.
  • Personal Spending
  • Personal camping and climbing equipment (sleeping bag, heat lamp, snow glasses, appropriate clothes, personal medicines, etc.)
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