Ascents Ishinca 4350 m.
From Refuge Ishinca 4350 m. – 07 days. The valley of the Ishinca with its three mountains offers different possibilities of ascents and treks. We reach the base camp from Pashpa at 3600m by a panoramic and progressive path. The ascents can be done in a day by leaving the Ishinca refuge, except for the Toccllaraju and the Ranrapalca, for which higher camps are necessary.
The Urus 5490m, is a perfect mountain for acclimatization. The slopes on the glacier are easy to climb and lead to the summit. If you leave early in the morning the ascent can end with lunch at the base camp.
Difficulty: PD –
The Ishinca 5530m, is an excellent mountain to climb for those who don’t have much experience and also for those who want to be well acclimatized before starting more difficult ascents. On the way up there is an easy glacier with a steep part of 100m just before the summit. Impressive view of Ranrapalca and Huantsan.
Difficulty: PD –
The Tocllaraju 6034m, is the 6000m summit the most accessible with an ascent full of emotions in the last metres of the exposed crest which leads to the summit. Impressive view from the camp 1 of South Copa.
June, July and August
- Private transfer from airport to Lima Hotel and back
- Hotel nights in Lima
- Hotel *** nights in Huaraz or Marcara lodge, double occupancy with breakfast
- Meals as indicated: B, L, D = breakfast, lunch, dinner
- Mountain guide UIAGM –english speaking and personal cook.
- Donkeys & Donkey drivers (amount depends on the group size)
- Vegetarian options are available) ask for more information or if you have special dietary needs.
- All food during the expedition (good, healthy and varied food.
- Private transport to/from Trail Heads to start/end each / trek.
- All cooking equipment, social tent, bathroom tent, foldable chairs, etc.
- Sleeping tents (4 season tents like Mountain Hardwear) depending on the necessity of the tour.
- Entrance fee National Park Huascaran.
- Additional beverages or meals in villages
- Meals in Lima and Huaraz (other than what is indicated).
- Tips for staff.
- International Flight IN-OUT of Perú.
- Unplanned return or aborted climb/trek otherwise as planned itinerary: transport & possible accommodation costs (also for staff)
- Personal mountain equipment & sleeping bag.
- Medical or traveler's insurance. Costs as a result of an emergency rescue.
- Expenses for abandoning the expedition.