• Maximum altitude: 6768 meters (Huascaran summit).
  • Difficulty: Moderate/Technical
  • Duration: 9 days / 8 nights.
  • Preferred time: May – September.
  • Location: Cordillera Blanca.


Private: S/ 22000 soles (Max. 3 people)
Group 3-6 people: S/ 10000 soles per person
Group 7-14 people: S/ 8000 soles per person

Entrance Fee:

150 soles/ per person (National Park prices)

Day 01: Huaraz to Llanganuco

On the first day we head out past the beautiful Llanganuco lakes and on to the trailhead where we load our donkeys and ascend to the Pisco base camp at 4,300 meters.

Day 02: Base camp Pisco to Moraine Camp

Today we climb from Pisco base camp to the Moraine camp (4,765 meters).This climb crosses a challenging rock glacier before climbing steeply into camp in a small sandy basin just below the glacier.

Day 03: Moraine camp to Pisco Mountain summit.

The third day will involve an early start at about 3-4am, to set out for the summit. We will arrive at the summit around 7-8am and discover the amazing natural wonder that is Pisco Mountain! After some time on the summit to enjoy the view, we will return to camp and continue down to the Base Camp.

Day 04: Cebollapampa to Musho.

This is where the expedition begins to Huascaran, base camp 4100 meters

Day 05: Base Camp to Camp 1

From base camp we will ascend a rocky section to the moraine camp, at 4,850m. We will then continue, up the glacier, until reaching Camp 1 at 5,200m.

Day 06: High Camp 1 to High Camp 2

After our breakfast we will start climbing up toward the col. This involves passing a site which is notorious for avalanche risk. That night will be spent at the second Huascaran high camp, at c.5,900m

Day 07: Camp 2 – Summit – Camp 1 or Camp 2

On the 7th day we will leave camp very early, around 2am. We will then start walking up on switchbacks, with some very steep sections. After 7 hours climbing  we will reach the south summit at 6768m, from the summit we will have a breath-taking view to the cordillera Blanca. We descend on the same route, using rappels for the most difficult parts until we reach camp 2. There is the option the spend the night here or continue to descend to camp 1.

Day 08: Camp 1 or Camp 2 – Base Camp

We descend by the same route from the Camp II or Camp I to the base camp, where we will rest.

Day 09: Base Camp – Huaraz

From Base Camp we will descend to Musho where we will be met by our return bus to Huaraz

  • 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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