- 1 to 6 people: US$ 299 per person.
- Shared transport.
- October through April: tent.
- May through September: refuge.
- Breakfast (except on the first day).
- Lunch (except on the last day).
- Dinner (except on the last day).
- Driver for the pack animals.
- Donkeys to carry camping gear, food, and mountain gear.
- Insulated sleeping pad.
- Mountain guide (Spanish).
- Entrance fee to the Huascarán National Park (S/ 65 per person).
- Sleeping bag.
- Tips (optional).
- 40- to 70-liter backpack you will carry for 3 days.
- Rain jacket and pants (Gore-Tex or similar).
- Fleece clothing to stay warm (Polartec or similar).
- Thermal underwear (base layer).
- Short- and long-sleeved t-shirts.
- Hiking shoes.
- Enough batteries (there is no power to charge devices along the way).
- Beach sandals (for showering, relaxing, and crossing rivers if necessary).
- Hat and gloves for the cold.
- Hat to protect against the sun.
- Personal first-aid kit.
- Water bottle (Nalgene or similar).
- Personal hygiene items.
- Ziploc bags or similar (to keep garbage).
- Dry bags or garbage bags (to wrap up your clothes and prevent them from getting wet if it rains).
- Trekking poles.
- Sleeping bag (-15 °C (5 °F) temperature rating comfort limit recommended).
Start: 6:00 am from your hotel in Huaraz.
End: 4:00 pm in downtown Huaraz.
Day 1: Huaraz – Cebollapampa – Pisco Base Camp (3 hours of trekking).
We will pick you up at your hotel to depart the city of Huaraz towards the north. We will take the Huaylas passage, passing through the city of Yungay and Lake Chinancocha until reaching Cebollapampa at an altitude of 3,900 meters (12,795 feet). From here, we will start the trek to the Mount Pisco base camp located at an altitude of 4,665 meters (15,305 feet). We will rest here and eat dinner.
Day 2: Pisco Base Camp – Mount Pisco – Pisco Base Camp (11 hours of ascent and descent).
We will get up at 1:00 in the morning to eat breakfast and get the climbing gear. We will pass through a moraine over a period of 3 hours and then enter the glacier that is along this route. This second part of the hike lasts 4 hours until reaching the peak of Mount Pisco at dawn. If the weather and cloud conditions permit, from the top we will get a panoramic view of over 10 mountains, including Mt. Huascarán at an altitude of 6,768 meters (22,205 feet). After resting a bit and enjoying the view, we will return to the Mount Pisco base camp to sleep.
Day 3: Pisco Base Camp – Cebollapampa – Huaraz (3 hours of trekking).
After eating breakfast, we will pack up camp to start the return hike to Cebollapampa. The vehicle will be awaiting us here to take us back to the city of Huaraz to end the activity.