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Huayhuash Diablo Mudo

Treking & Climbing

Huayhuash Trek Diablo Mudo Pumarinri Climb

Huayhuash Trekking + Pumarinri climbing, Climbing Diablo Mudo + Huayhuash Trekking . Huayhuasn Mountain Range concidered one of the most beautiful trek with high passes over 4,700m. crystal water lakes rich in flora fauna with 16 high mountain glacier peaks 5 of them over 6,000m, as Yerupaja at 6,640m the second highest in Peru , Siula Grande 6,340m. famous by the film Touching The Void,

Diablo Mudo & Pumarinri Climbing is easy climb but it is required as well as excellent acclimatization and fitness , climbing gear , each mountains are in different valley.

Huayhuash trek and both climbing is possible in 12 days
Altitude Max trek: 5,000m Cuyoc pass , 5020m. San Antonio pass
Altitude Max Climb: Pumarinri 5,450m. diablo mudo 5.350m
Distance: 156 km
Duration: 12 – 14 days
Starting Point: Pocpa
Arrival Point : Llamac
Season Recomendation: May to September

We can organise this trek on a ‘tailor-made’ private basis for groups of friends, families, clubs, charities or any other group. Depending on your trekking 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.


Day A: Lima – Huaraz 3090m.

Day B: Acclimatisation day T tour to chutup lake 4,450m )

Day 01: Huaraz – Chiquian – Llamac – Pocpa 3,400m

Day 02: Pocpa – Cuartelhuain 4,100m

Day 03: Cuartelhuain – Cacanan pass 4,700m – Mitucocha 4,100m

Day 04: Mitucocha – Carhuac Pass 4,600m. – Carhuacocha 4,200m.

Day 05: Carhuacocha – Siula Pass 4,800m. – Huayhuash 4,250m.

Day 06: Huayhuash – Portachuelo Pass 4,600m. – Viconga

Day 07: Viconga – Pumarunri Summit 5,450m – Cuyoc Pass 5,000m. – San Antonio 4,300m

Day 08: San Antonio – San Antonio pass 5,020m- Cutatambo 4200m

Day 09: Rest day or visit Base Camp of Touching The Void

Day 10: Cutatambo – Huayllapa – Huatiac

Day 11: Huatiac – Tapush pass 4,800m. – Cashpapampa

Day 12: Cashpapampa – Diablo Mudo 5,350m Summit – Jahuacocha 4,100m

Day 13: Jahuacocha rest day

Day 14: Jahuacocha – Pampa Llamac pass 4,300m. – Llamac – Huaraz Today we

Day C. Huaraz – Lima


  • Trekking / Climbing speaking english guide
  • Cook during the trek
  • Complete Food During The Trek
  • Donkeys and Donkey Drivers
  • Bi-Personal Tent
  • Dining tent with chairs and table
  • Kitchen Tent with utensils
  • Toilet Tent
  • Aclimatized day
  • oxygen
  • Entrance Fees to Huayhuash Area
  • Private car for start and finish the trek / Climb
  • Extra Horse
  • Taxi From Bus Station to Hotel in Huaraz
  • Flight or Bus Ticket from Lima to Huaraz/ Lima
  • Hotel in Huaraz/ Lima
  • Personal Trekking Gear
  • Food in town
  • Tips
  • Sleeping Bag
  • 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.

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