From: PEN 820
It is one of the mountains located in the Cordillera Blanca, within the Huascarán National Park, Ancash. Its top can be easily seen from the city of Huaraz. The peak has an altitude of 5,685 meters and is technically considered a 5,000 medium climb, and the advantage is that it can be done in just 2 days.
However, any ascent to a peak implies certain risks and therefore requires: adequate prior acclimatization, the necessary technical equipment, qualified mountain guides and experience hiking in rugged areas.
Moderate, the top of the Vallunaraju's mountain is 5685 meters
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It means that social distancing on the tour is a natural thing.
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Day 01: Huaraz – Llaca ravine – Vallunaraju moraine field
Between 7:30 a.m. and 8:00 a.m., we will leave Huaraz and drive to Quebrada Llaca through an unpaved road (approx. 2 hours). From Llaca we prepare our luggage and we will begin to walk through a zigzag vertical path with some parts on rocks and that little by little brings us closer to the moraine area and we can see Vallunaraju up close. Night in Campo Morrena at an altitude of 5000 meters above sea level. If the weather is good, we can enjoy an incomparable sunset.
Day 02: Moraine field – Vallunaraju summit – descent – transp. to Huaraz
At 2:00 a.m. approx. After an early breakfast, our ascent begins and after 20 minutes we will arrive at the beginning of the glacier. After roped ourselves up and verifying all the technical material, we will continue the ascent through the south-west face and after overcoming some cracks and changing paths (due to climate change). We will arrive at the pass to finally head along an almost narrow ridge in the direction of its top (5685 masl).
From the top we will have wide and panoramic views of the great mountain chain of the Cordillera Blanca and its highest peaks such as Huascaran, Huandoy, Chacraraju, Copa, Chopicalqui. After spending a few minutes at the top, the descent can take about 3 hours to the moraine and 2 more hours to Quebrada Llaca where our private transport awaits us.
Then 1.5 hours with transportation to the city of Huaraz – the end of the tour between 2:00 to 3:00 pm approx.
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||PEN 950|
|04 people||PEN 880|
|06 people||PEN 820|
Let us take care of the organization and you just enjoy this experience.
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