From $ 380
This is a very beautiful mountain, which is why it is known as the “Balcony of the Cordillera Blanca” and a good option for climbers after proper acclimatization. Previous mountaineering experience is not required, although you must be in good physical condition. At the summit (5752 m), you will be rewarded with magnificent views of the Cordillera Blanca, including the 4 peaks of the Huandoys, Alpamayo, Artesonraju and Chopicalqui. You will also be able to see Huascarán Norte and Sur, the highest mountain in Peru.
Moderate, the top of the Pisco's mountain is 5752 meters
You are in a place with all cleaning and biosecurity protocols.
It means that social distancing on the tour is a natural thing.
All guided tours in Spanish and English. Group departure or private.
Day 01: Huaraz – Cebollapampa (3850 m) – Pisco base camp (4676 m).
Time: 4 hours hiking approx.
From Huaraz with ou transport we go to Cebollapampa for about 3 hours approx. During the trip we will be able to appreciate two beautiful lagoons in the Llanganuco valley called Chinancocha and Orconcocha. We will continue until we reach Cebollapampa, where we will start our hike to the Pisco base camp, where we will camp.
Day 02: Base camp – Nevado Pisco Summit 5752 m – Base camp
Time: 8 to 9 hours approx between ascent and descent
Top day!! We start the ascent between 2:30 a.m. and 3:00 a.m.; first through a winding path, the path is a mix of good path with some demanding trails over moraine rocks and loose ground until reaching the glacier, after 2 to 3 hours we will arrive at the glacier where we will equip with crampons, harnesses and ropes.
Most of the way is not very steep or technically difficult, although the altitude makes it challenging. Depending on the season, there may be some short steep sections or hard ice and even a few crevasses to get over. We try to reach the summit in the early hours of the day. At the summit there is ample space to walk, appreciate the incredible surrounding mountains such as the gigantic Chacraraju, the Artesonraju (paramount), Huandoys, Caraz, Huascaran, Alpamayo and others. Then we will descend to the Morrena field where we will have our rest, lunch and continue to the base camp.
Day 03: Base camp – Cebollapampa 3800 m – Huaraz.
Time: 2 hours hiking approx.
This day we will descend to Cebollapampa, where our transport awaits us to bring us back to Huaraz.
ALTERNATIVE: The other alternative that we can try is to walk towards Laguna 69 and then descend towards Cebollapampa, this option will take more time but the views during the journey are impressive. (4 to 5 hours of walking)
You have to bring:
🔸 Boots (mixed Goretex for ice and rock)
🔸 Sleeping bag (-10 to -5°C)
🔸 Small backpack (30 to 40 liters)
🔸 Short-sleeved shirts or t-shirts (not cotton)
🔸 Polartec warm jacket
🔸 Waterproof or windbreaker jacket
🔸 Internal warmer wool or polartec pants
🔸 Waterproof pants (those that dry quickly)
🔸 Gloves (Good gloves preferably waterproof).
🔸 Light hat or buff (bandana)
🔸 Lip balm, sunscreen, dark sunglasses (with UV protection)
🔸 Headlamps with extra batteries.
🔸 Walking sticks (if you prefer).
🔸 Mixed boots for rock and ice (waterproof Goretex type).
How to book?
You confirm your reservation with the payment of 50% and the rest at the beginning of the tour.
Prices according to number of people Please contact us for more information.
6 to 9
(Price x person)
Price x person
|02 people||US $ 520|
|04 people||US $ 420|
|06 people||US $ 380|
Let us take care of the organization and you just enjoy this experience.
To make ascents in the Cordillera Blanca it is important to keep in mind some information that will help us for a good experience
It is important to know what precautions to take before traveling to the Andes of Peru, also because of its geography, Soroche is a possibility.