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Ice And Rock Climbing Course

PERU ICE & ROCK CLIMBING COURSES 
Best time: May to October
Timing:
From 3 to 6 days
Grade:
moderate / difficult

Our ice and rock climbing instruction program is designed for enthusiastic people who are looking to start having experiences on ice and rock adventure climbs. The climbing courses offer a chance for beginners to learn the special skills required for ice and rock climbing and for strong and experienced ice and rock climbers to improve and enjoy the thrill of climbing.

Climbing Alpamayo Mountain(5947m)

Best time: May to september
Time required: 7 days Climbing
Grade: Technical / Difficult

Alpamayo Mountain 5947m is recognized as the world’s most beautiful mountain. Our expedition’s ascent is via the classic Southwest Face, a route that ascends 350m of sustained ice climbing up slopes averaging 60 – 70 degrees and alpine ice grade III. Alpamayo lies in the Cordillera Blanca range of northern Peru just south of the equator and 450 km north of Lima.

Ishinca Valley Three Peaks

Best months: May to september
Time required: 7 days Climbing
Grade: Moderate / Technical

Quebrada Ishinca is a large valley surrounded by spectacular summits. There is big vertical relief here. The upper valley floor, which is wide relatively flat and comforting with its grasslands and stands of Quenual trees, is about 4350m. Several of the surrounding peaks tower to heights of over 6000meters with many more between 4000 and 5000 meters in the range.

Climbing Pisco(5,750m)

Best time: May to October
Timing: 4 days Climbing
Grade: moderate

Pisco is an excellent choice for first time mountaineers and as an acclimatization peak for climbers going on to higher Peruvian peaks. For keen trekkers and people acclimatized and with no, or limited, experience on snow and ice, this is a must.

Quitaraju Climbing 6025m

Best months: May to september
Time required: 5 days Climbing
Grade: Technical / Difficult

Quitaraju is a really nice mountain with great views from its south face, taking in the Alpamayo, Artesonrajo, Huascaran(s) and Chopicalqui peaks. The easiest route is via the west ridge, graded AD, but very long sustained and steep in places. The north face is really nice, being graded D, 700m, inclination of about 55° degrees. Different variants have different grades, so a tougher climber could find some 60-70 degree climbs by traversing some 50m left or right from the arete in the upper part of the face.

Climbing Vallunaraju 5686m

Best months: May to september
Time required: 2 or 3 days Climbing
Grade: Moderate

Before attempting Vallunaraju we suggest that you should trek 4 days minimum for a good acclimatization and fitness.

Vallunaraju is a 5686m mountain near the city of Huaraz. Getting to the top usually requires three days, average physical conditions, basic climbing knowledge and some aclimatisation.

Climbing Chopicalqui

Best months: May to september
Time required: 5 days Climbing
Grade: Dificult

Chopicalqui is a mountain located immediately behind Peru’s highest mountain, Huascaran 6768, and the Huandoy mountains. Chopicalqui may be a little lower than those giant peaks but it is still a serious climb at an elevation of 6350m. and requires a great deal of technical ability.  To scale Chopicalqui it is necessary to have experience climbing on snow and using ice axe, crampons and rope.

Huascaran Climbing 6768m

Best months: June to september
Time required: 6 or 7 days Climbing
Grade: Difficult

Huascaran-Sur (6768m) is Peru’s highest peak and one of the most imposing summits in the world. It offers a challenging ascent requiring intermediate level alpine skills, and an unusual opportunity for climbers who want to make an ascent to a very high altitude. Before attempting Huascaran people should have trekked 6 days minimum and have climbed a 5000 peak for a good acclimatization and fitness.