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Visit the turquoise-blue waters of the Llanganuco Lakes on a private full-day tour from Huaraz. If you love hiking and nature then this is the perfect adventure for you. Take a guided tour of the buried city of Yungay, admire the beautiful mountain scenery, and follow your guide to the Maria Josefa trail for a 4-hour trek through the lush vegetation.
It is the largest lagoon in Cordillera Blanca. Located to the east of the City of Caraz, it is an ideal place for acclimatization and for the recreation of many tourists looking for adventure in this part of the Cordillera Blanca.We can take kayaking and boat trips.- Height of the Paron Lagoon 4200 m.- Maximum Trek Altitude: 4,350 m. (Viewpoint of the lagoon and mountains).- Difficulty: Easy.- Duration: 1 days.- Recommended time: April - October. (ALL YEAR)- Place of Visit: Huascaran National Park.- Expedition temperature: On the Day + 13 ° C to + 25 ° C.
It is a tour with the best views of the white mountain range and the highest peaks that surround this small summit, called matteo that is part of the mountain, weed. It is done in a one day trip. ideal for people who do not have much time, but they love to summit with the best views.
The world class Santa Cruz Trek is one of the most popular in Huaraz for good reason. The multi-day trek takes trekkers through the most stunning scenery in the Cordillera Blanca including awe-inspiring mountain passes and vast plains in 3-4 days!For pure mountain scenery in the Cordillera Blanca, theres no better value than the Santa Cruz trek. All necessary camping equipment and food / water is provided.
This day trip first brings you to the town of Cahruaz for some authentic Andean ice cream and fruits. Then you will be brought to the massive Laguna Paron with breathtaking views of Artesonraju (the peak on the Paramount logo).Here you have a few options: spend more time at the lake, go canoeing, or ascend a short path to the Mirador by Laguna Artesonraju for even grander views!
Beginning easy, this beautiful trek passes by alpine meadows and beside a river. The trail then ascends up along switchblades to reveal majestic waterfalls and streams.You'll enjoy views of two smaller lakes before your final ascent up the valley. After a steep incline up the mountain, you'll finally reach the renowned azure waters of laguna 69!
Discover the beautiful Lake 69 in Cordillera Blanca on a full-day hiking tour from Huaraz. Follow your guide as you trek past the mountains of Pisco, Chacraraju, Yanapacha, and Huascaran. Snap some photos of the beautiful scenery during your 4-hour hike before hiking back down the slope and heading back to Huaraz.
You don't need to be an athlete (or be fully acclimated to the altitude) to enjoy the beautiful views Huaraz has to offer. This horseback riding tour takes you through the slopes of Cordillera Negra, which offers stunning views of neighboring mountain ranges throughout the ride. You don't need experience to participate, and this private tour can be customized to fit your tastes.
Hike to Laguna 69, or Lake 69, on a full-day trip from Huaraz that includes round-trip, private transport to the remote starting point in Huascaran National Park. The windy, rough road to Laguna 69 means that private transport can be a more comfortable alternative to sharing a crowded van—especially if you're prone to motion-sickness—and you’ll have the flexibility to pause for breakfast and photos along the way.
Treks depart from Huaraz, an adventure town where you can check your gear and pick up snacks for your ride to the trailhead near Vaqueria (12,139 ft / 3700 m) or Cashapampa (9514 ft / 2900 m).The highest point along this 27 mile (43 km) walk is Punta Union Pass (15,616 ft / 4760 m). If you have more time to spend in the wilderness, there are a few side treks you can make, extending the trip to a week or more.The following itinerary starts at Vaqueria.
Visit the most beautiful lagoon of the Cordillera BlancaIt is the most visited lagoon in the Cordillera BlancaDuring the walk, you will enjoy beautiful views of the emblematic mountains of the Cordillera Blanca
It's hard to get anywhere around Huaraz without seeing the enormous twin summits of Huascaran (6768m). Not only is huascaran the highest mountain in Peru, but it's the highest tropical mountain in the world!It's size and beauty bring climbers from all around he world, and the entire national park surrounding the Cordillera Blanca is named after it. This climb is for serious climbers seeking serious altitude!
Cordillera Huayhuash – Mini Huayhuash Trek 4 DaysSEASON: April to November.DISTANCE: 47 Km.ALTITUDE: 3300 – 4760 meters above sea level.RATING: ModerateWEATHER: Warm to hot in the daytime / temperate cold at nights.TREKKING TIME: 5 to 8 hours a day.
Cordillera Huayhuash – Mini Huayhuash Trek 3 DaysSEASON: April to November.DISTANCE: 42 Km.ALTITUDE: 3300 – 4760 meters above sea level.RATING: ModerateWEATHER: Warm to hot in the daytime / temperate cold at nights.TREKKING TIME: 5 to 8 hours a day.
- the most beautiful lakes collection of the White Mountain in the Huascaran National park- Special Itinerary for visiting lakes Only inside Huascaran Natioanl Park- Visiting the most wonderful part of the Huascaran National Park
Alpamayo mountain is one of the most beautiful ice faces of the Andes. It is located more remotely than most other peaks in Cordillera Blanca, as the hike to the BC takes 2-3 days (see below). In the first map of Cordillera Blanca from 1932 Alpamayo was not indicated at all! Eventually it was climbed for the first time in 1957 by a German expedition via the N ridge.Nowadays Alpamayo mountain is well-known and was even elected the most beautiful mountain in the world. It is not the difficulty that inspires the climbers but it’s magnificent setting among the everlasting snowcapes of the Cordilliera Blanca, 6000 meters above sea level.
Depart from Huaraz to Caraz the last city of Callejon de Huaylas valley and then we will take the unpaved road until the trek starts (Laguna Paron), in total about 3 hours with the final parts within the conservation area of Huascarán National Park. On the shore of Laguna Paron is the parking point of our vehicle.The trail starts along the northern shore of Laguna Parón until near the end of the lake, then we will take a path that heads towards the valley towards Artesonraju (also known as “Paramount”). In this part we will be crossing several rivers and streams to reach the path that leads to the Artesoncocha lake (4,290m). From the lake we have the opportunity to climb a little higher to get even better panoramic views of the mountains that surround us (mountains called Caraz, Artesonraju, Paria, Garcilaso, Chacraraju and Pisco). This charming place is the point for our lunch and then return along the same path to our vehicle that is waiting to take us back to Huaraz.
Depart at 9am, private tour to Llanganuco Lakes, Passing by several typical villages like appreciating the beautiful white mountains. continue to Carhuaz 2650masl, Yungay buried city holds history; a 7° earthquake took place in 31 May 1970 at 3:20pm, pieces of the Huascaran mountain’s north peak broke off and caused huge avalanche of mud and ice and in 6 seconds destroyed Yungay. a guided visit will take you around one hour, 1km north is New Yungay, Further on for about one hour we arrive at the base of the Mountain Huascaran and Huandoy, continue until the place called Yuraccorral, from here start walking along the valley visiting the lakes first Orconcocha and bird watching, continue to Chinacocha Lake, then walk along the nicest trail of Maria Josefa full of vegetation, where at the end the car waits and take to the countryside typical restaurant for lunch by their own, come back the same way to Yungay then drive back to Huaraz, arriving at around 6pm to our terminal of Bus Station.
Chopicalqui is sometimes dubbed the easiest 6000 peak in the Cordillera Blanca, with good reason as its south-west ridge route is only rated around AD. This makes it very popular and it can be crowded at times. However, more than one party has been turned around by snow up to the chest on the last portions of the climb, and the route gets out of condition after each heavy snowfall. Due to its proximity to the two Huascaran peaks, Chopicalqui can seem less significant than actual height would warrant, especially when seen from Huaraz. It is sometimes called the Eastern Huascaran summit. The climb offers spectacular views of neighboring summits Huandoy, Chacraraju, Pisco and Huascaran, and most of the range is visible from the summit.
Hatunmachay one of the impresionant rockforest in the back mountain range in Huaraz area, this wonderful area is exactly lcated in province of Recuay in the peruvian state of Ancash, situated in the altitud of 4200masl in an about 200 km2, its access is from Huaraz, taking the highway to Lima southern Huaraz, our tour provide a private taxi or transport to the rock forest and wait fo you until you finish this adventurous activity.this circuit is to combine with sightseeing tours as it has wonderful and panoramic mountains views of the Cordillera Blanca and the peaks of Cordillera Huayhuash.
The Huayhuash range is 30km long, much more hilly and have more difficult access than those form the Cordillera Blanca, aligned north to south, the main range of some twenty peaks stretches for approximately 15km. with a subsidiary range of smaller peaks stretching out to the west for approximately 15km. six of the peaks exceed 6000m. Included among them are Yerupaja 6617m, the second highest mountain in Peru behind Huascaran at 6768m, and Siula 6344m. made famous by the film Touching the VoidThe area is barely populated at all, the nearest villages are Chiquian 3400m and Cajatambo 3375m, some mining takes place in the area, so the north of the mountains there is an unsurfaced road leading up to as high as 4750m. in 2002 the Peruvian Ministery of Agriculture declared the Huayhuash mountain range a “reserved zone” and prohibited certain economic activities, incuding any fiuture mining.