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Huayhuash Ishinca

Treking & Climbing

Mini Trek Huayhuash + Ishinca ascend

Mini trek Huayhuash + Ishinca Climbing 5,540m. Huayhuash begins in the city of Chiquian (3,400 m.) 111 km. south of Huaraz . short trek is for the persons who do not have enought time this trek is very good for get acclimatization . winds through such spectacular mountains as Yerupaja 6,634m. The second highest in the Peruvian Andes , Jirishanca , Rondoy , Ninashanca and Rasac solteracocha lake , jahuacocha lake.

Ishinca Climbing – Climbing Ishinca Cordillera Blanca 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.

This trek and Climb programs is a very beautiful combine adventures so you will see the Cordillera Blanca and The Cordillera Huayhuash

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

Day 02: Pocpa – Palca – Matacancha.

Day 03: Matacancha – Sambunya pass 4,700m. – Jahuacocha.

Day 04: Jahuacocha – Pampa Llamac pass 4,300m. Llamac – Huaraz Hotel.

Day 05: rest day

Day 06: Huaraz – Pashpa – Ishinca Base camp 4,300m.

Day 07. Base Camp – Ishinca Summit 5,530m.- Base Camp.

Day 08: Base camp – Urus Summit 5,495m. – Base Camp

Day 09: Base Camp – Pashpa – Huaraz

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
  • Entrance fees to Huascaran National Park
  • 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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