Urus 5,490m. + Ishinca 5,560m. + Tocllaraju 6.030m.
Ishinca Climbing 5,560m. Urus Climb . Tocllaraju Climb 6,030 white mountain range Peru
The Ishinca Valley is located just outside of Huaraz, and is an excellent location to climb a variety of peaks. This trip will ascend a variety of climbs that are great for beginning high altitude climbers wanting to gain high altitude climbing experience. The short approach provides for a maximum amount of time to acclimate and learn glacier, snow and ice climbing skills.
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Timing: 7days/ 6 nights
Season : May- August
Climbing Grade: Easy Moderate
We can organise this climb on a ‘tailor-made’ private basis for groups of friends, families, clubs, charities or any other group. Depending on your climbing experience, with the assistance of local guides. The cost of going private can be surprisingly reasonable. Please contact us to discuss the itinerary and your preferred dates. We will then send you a quote, with no obligation.
Dia A.- Lima – Connect to – Huaraz Hotel
Dia B.- Acclimatizing Day Tour to Churup Lake 4,450m. Hotel
Dia 01.- Huaraz – Cochapampa – Ishinca Base Camp 4,300m
After the breakfast in Huaraz at 7:30 a.m. we will drive 1 hour to Pashpa (cochapampa) at 11,220’ here our donkey and donkey driver will be waiting for us, we will load our gear and trek 4-5 hours to Ishinca base camp in Huascaran National Park. We then settle into campand prepare our climbing equipment for the next day at our overnight camp; Ishinca base camp (14,190’).
Day 02.- Base Camp – Urus Summit at 5,490m
We will wake up at 3 am and have breakfast then we will start hiking at 3:30 a.m. After 3 hours of hiking we will arrive atthe glacier where we will put our climbing gear and start climb up to the summit 2 + hours; Urus summit (18,134’)
We will enjoy the nice view before descending for 1 hour to moraine camp and continue to base camp arriving at 12:00 p.m. for overnight camping.
Day 03.- Base Camp – Ishinca Summit at 5,560m.
We will wake up very early and we will have breakfast around 2:00a.m. and start hiking 2:30 a.m. after 3 hours we will arrive at the glacier then we will put our climbing gear and start climb up to the summit 18,134’ (approx. 3 hours) After our summit we will start to descend to moraine camp and continue to base camp for another night of camping
Day 04.- Base Camp – Rest Day
Day 05.- Base Camp – Moraine Camp 4,800m
After breakfast at base camp we will check our climbing gear and prepare for our climb. We climb to the Moraine camp (16,170′) where we will spend the night.
Day 06.- Moraine Camp – Tocllaraju Summit at 6,030m. – Base Camp
After our breakfast at 1:00 a.m. we will climb approximately 5 hours to the summit of Tocllaraju (19,912’). On top we will enjoy the splendid views of the surrounding peaks. We will then return to the Moraine camp, collect our gear and descend into base camp for the night
Day 07.- Base Camp – Cochapampa – Huaraz Hotel
Today we will return to Huaraz. We will pass through Pashpa (Cochapampa ) where we will transfer to Huaraz. Tonight we will enjoy a celebration dinner.br
Day C.- Huaraz – Lima international flight
INCLUDE IN THE PRICE
NOT INCLUDED IN THE PRICE:
- Certified professional Mountain Guide
- Meals During The Expeditions
- Donkey and Donkey Driver
- Private Transfer for start and end the Climb
- Personal Tent, kitchen Tent with utensils, Dining Tent with table and chairs, Toilet Tent
- Entrance Fees to Huascaran National Park
- Aclimatization to Churup Lake 4,450m.
- Taxi from Bus Station to Hotel in Huaraz
- Personal Climbing Gear
- Sleeping Bag
- Hotel in Lima / Huaraz
- Ticket Bus From Lima/ Huaraz / Lima
- Taxi from Lima Airport to bus Station Lima
Date & Price
The best month are:
The best season for climbing and trekking in peru is during the Andean Winter (late April to September). The weather in the Cordillera Blanca is among the best found in the entire Andean Range.
Early season conditions will include seasonal snow cover on the glaciers, while later in the season conditions become icy and the wind increases. We’ve found the period of May-August the best.
Although storms can occur, long periods of stable, dry weather are prevalent. However, like all big mountains such as Huascaran , Chopicalqui, and others peaks of the Cordillera Blanca generate and attract their own weather making it impossible to predict.
Be prepared for a wide range of temperatures; from freezing nights, to snowy and windy conditions, to bright sunshine intensified by the high altitude.
This wide fluctuation in temperatures makes it important to bring everything on the equipment list. Please call for more details and help with equipment questions you may have while preparing for this adventure.