CLIMBING CORDILLERA DE LOS ANDES
Join us for an unforgettable climbing expedition at the heart of the Andes, the longest mountain range in the world. Running along the western side of South America (from Venezuela to Chile, passing by Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Argentina), the Andes have a multitude of landmarks, including: glaciers, volcanoes, grasslands, deserts, lakes, and forests. They are also home to pre-Columbian archaeological sites, and a very rich flora and fauna.
Nevado Alpamayo Expedition
A 7-day expedition to Alpamayo ('Allpa mayu' in Quechua), also locally-known as 'Shuytu rahu' (meaning 'snowy oblong' in Ancashino Quechua): a summit in the Andes mountain range, located in the north-west of the Cordillera Blanca , within the Huascarán National Park, western Peru.
Climbing Nevado Huascaran
A 6-day expedition to Huascarán (6,768m/22,204ft) -meaning 'horonym' in Quechua; also translated as "the snow-covered summit over Huashco village", or "the snow-covered twins": the culminating mountain of the Peruvian Andes, with an official altitude of 6768 m a.s.l. according to the last measurement in 2017.
Climbing Nevado Copa
Climbing Mountain Mateo
A 1-day adventure to Mountain Mateo (5,150m/16,896ft): one of the peaks of the Contrahierbas mountain range in the Huascaran National Park. It is a relatively easy-to-climb summit, with an access by vehicle to the base of the moraine, and an ascent feasible in just one day.
Climbing Nevado Pisco
A 4-day expedition to the Nevado Pisco (5,752m/18,871ft): a mountain of the Cordillera Blanca within the Huascarán National Park.
Climbing Nevado Artesonraju
A 5-day expedition to Artesonraju (6,025m/19,767ft), considered one of the most beautiful snow-capped mountain in the world, located in the Cordillera Blanca.
Climbing Nevado Yanapaccha
A 3-day expedition to Yanapaccha: a mountain in the Cordillera Blanca, with two peaks: a southern one (5,460m/17,913ft) and northern one (5,380m/17,651ft)
Climbing Nevado Vallunaraju
A 3-day expedition to the nevado Vallunaraju (5,686m/18,654ft), meaning "the snowy peak of the dreams" in Quechua. From its summit can be seen one of the most incredible views of Huaraz. It is one of the most popular climb to acclimatize to the altitude
Climbing Nevado Urus
A 3-day expedition to Urus (5,495m/18,028ft): a mountain located between the Ishinca and Akillpo ravines in the Cordillera Blanca. It has 3 peaks: Urus East, Urus Central and Urus West.
Climbing Nevado Tocllaraju
A 4-day expedition to the Nevado Tocllaraju (6,035m/19,799ft): a mountain with a pyramidal shape that makes it a very special and recognizable peak in the Quebrada de Ishinca, Chinchey massif.
Climbing Nevado Quitaraju Mountain
A 7-day expedition to Quitaraju (6,100m/20,013ft): part of the Santa Cruz mountain range, it is one of the most popular mountain visited with Alpamayo.
Climbing Nevado Ishinca
A 3-day expedition to Ishinca (5,550m/18,208ft) is a mountain located in the Ishinca Ravine. Due to its realtively easy access, it makes it an ideal option notably for people without experience in mountaineering.
Climbing Nevado Chopicalqui
A 5-day expedition to Chopicalqui (6,355m/20,849ft): the 3rd peak of the Huascarán snow-capped massif, between the peaks of Huascarán and Contrahierbas. It is the 5th highest mountain in the region and the 4th in the Cordillera.