- Price for Cordillera Huayhuash Trek (10 days): US$ 600 per person.
- Hotel pick up (just city area).
- General first-aid kit.
- Sleeping pads.
- Cooking equipment.
- Donkeys of burden.
- Shared transportation.
- Portable toilet.
- Mountain equipment.
- Payment for camps in Cordillera Huayhuash (S/. 200).
- Bathroom with shower.
- Sleeping bag.
- Health insurance.
- A 40 to 70 liter backpack for all the circuit.
- Waterproof jacket and pants (Gore-Tex of similar).
- Polar warm clothes (Polartec or similar).
- Thermal clothing (first layer).
- Short and long sleeved T-shirts.
- Trekking shoes.
- Enough batteries (there is no energy to charge electronic devices in te road).
- Flip-flops (for showers, rest and river crossing, it it were necessary).
- Winter hat and gloves for cold temperatures.
- Cap to protect yourself from the sun.
- Sun block.
- Personal first-aid kit.
- Water bottle (Nalgene or similar).
- Ziploc bags or similar (to store the garbage).
- Hiking poles.
- Sleeping bag.
- Choose the departure date in the calendar.
- Choose the number of people.
- Click in "Add to cart."
- Pay online the total price of the program.
- Once payed, the booking is subjected to confirmation according to the availability. If you want to check the availability before paying, write us to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If you cancel your booking until 15 days before the beginning of the activity, we will refund 30% of the total price.
Let's traverse the mountain landscapes with this Cordillera Huayhuash trek of 10 days, passing by landscapes with majestic snow-capped mountains, green turquoise lagoons and towns as main characters of the life in the Andes.
Day 1: Huaraz – Chiquián – Llamac – Cuartelhuaín Camp
- We will leave Huaraz at 7:00 am.
- The destination is the south, passing by the city of Chiquián, at 2,100 m high.
- We will continue to Llamac, at 3,300 m high, Pocpa, and then arrive at Cuartelhuaín, at 4,200 m high.
- Here we will spend the night.
Day 2: Cuartelhuaín Camp – Cacanán Punta Pass – Mitucocha Camp
- We will break camp and begin a 5 hours trek to the Mitucocha Lagoon.
- We will go across the Cacanán Punta Pass, from where we will see impressive valleys.
- Once we get to the lagoon, we will have a landscape of mountains and a mirror effect in the lagoon waters.
Day 3: Mitucocha Camp – Carhuac Pass – Carhuacocha Camp
- We will make a 5 hours trek to the Carhuac Pass, at 4,650 m high.
- From there we will descend to the Carhuacocha Lagoon Camp.
- We will see the Yerupajá Mountain, the highest of the Cordillera Huayhuash.
Day 4: Carhuacocha Lagoon Camp – Siula Pass – Huayhuash Camp
- We will get up early in the morning to watch the sunrise in the range.
- We will begin the trek to the Siula Pass, watching the Siula and Quesillococha lagoons.
- We will continue the route to the Siula Pass, at 4,830 m high, from where we will watch the majestic mountains.
- After a 7 hours trek we will arrive at the Huayhuash camp to spend the night.
Day 5: Huayhuash Camp – Portachuelo Pass – Viconga Camp
- We will begin a 5 hours trek to the Portachuelo Pass.
- In our way we will be able to watch the Trapecio snowcapped, with 5,644 m high, and the Puscanturpa, with 5,430 m high.
- After the pass, we will begin a descent by the Viconga Lagoon to the camp.
- There we will spend a really good time in the hot springs.
Day 6: Viconga Camp – Punta Cuyoc Pass – San Antonio Viewpoint – Huanacpatay Camp
- We will get up early for breakfast and then begin this day trek.
- During 7 hours we will walk towards the Cuyoc Pass.
- In our way we will have privileged views of the Cuyoc and Puscanturpa Mountains.
- Once in the highest point, we will watch the several mountains that form the Cordillera Blanca.
- Then, we will descend to a place called Elefante Pampa, and after that we will go up again to the San Antonio Viewpoint, at 5,020 m high.
- After reaching this point and have wonderful views of the Cordillera Huayhuash, we will continue to the Huanacpatay Camp for spending the night.
Day 7: Huanacpatay Camp – Huatiac
- We will begin the descent by the Huanacpatay Valley to the town of Huallapa.
- In this place we will pay for the campsite and then continue our way up to the Huatiac Camp.
- From there we will watch the mountains of the area.
Day 8: Huatiac – Tapush Pass – Rinconada Camp
- We will make a 5 hours trek to the Tapush Pass, at 4,750 m high.
- In the way we can watch the Diablo Mudo, the Susucocha Lagoon and the Cordillera Blanca.
- In the valley we will visit the Susucocha Lagoon and then continue until reaching the Rinconada Camp, where we will spend the night.
Day 9: Rinconada Camp – Yaucha Pass – Jahuacocha Lagoon Camp
- We will begin a 6 hours trek to the Yaucha Pass, at 4,800 m high.
- From this point on we will be able to see almost all the Cordillera Huayhuash and the summits of the Yerupajá.
- If we are lucky, we will see the flight of some condors.
- We will go on with the route descending through the valley, seeing from the heights the Jahuacocha Lagoon and the Jirishanca.
- In the Jahuacocha Lagoon we will spend our last night.
Day 10: Jahuacocha Lagoon Camp – Llamac Pass – Huaraz
- We will break camp and begin a 5 hours trek to the Pampa Llamac Pass.
- From this place we will be able to watch by the last time in the tour the Cordillera Huayhuash.
- We will continue downhill towards the town of Llamac, where the bus will be waiting for us.
- After a 4 hour trip we will arrive at Huaraz, where we will end the activity.