Alta Montaña

Sacred Valley
Glaciers
Glacier Velo de la Novia

Trek through the traditional & cultural Lares Valley learning about the ways of life in the mountains here. Trek & climb the glacier Velo de la Novia in Urubamba before going on to discover the ancient citadel of Machu Picchu.

Bespoke expeditions range from 3 – 6 days.

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Sacred Valley
Incan Citadels
Sacred Valley Tour: Machu Picchu

Travel through the famously traditional Incan heartland of the Sacred Valley.

Discover the ancient Incan Civilisations of ChoquequiraoVilcabamba & Machu Picchu with the opportunity to scale a 5,100m peak. Bespoke expeditions range from 8 – 12 days.

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Sacred Valley

Mountain Selector

Mt Veronica

Mt Salkantay

Glacier Helamcoma

Mt Chicon

Glacier Velo de la Novia

Country – Peru
Zone – Sacred Valley
Range – Urubamba
Mountain – Veronica
Altitude – 5,919m
Level – D
Terrain & Route – Southeast Face. Crossing some unstable moraines and climb small sections of III ° of rock not bigger than 20m as well as slopes of snow and ice between 45 ° to 60 °
Days – 4-12
Experience – Experience in walls of 70°

Country – Peru
Zone – Sacred Valley
Range – Vilcabamba
Mountain – Salkantay
Altitude – 6,272m
Level – D+
Terrain & Route – Southeast Face & North. 1,000m of steep, exposed climbing mostly around 70° but there are several steeper sections of 80 – 90°.
Days – 5-15
Experience – Advanced level in rock climbing of vertical walls.

Country – Peru
Zone – Sacred Valley
Range – Vilcabamba
Mountain – Helamcoma
Altitude – 5,230m
Level – PD
Terrain & Route – The route is very steep, its access to the glacier and easy crossing to its summit. Northeast Face.
Days – 2-3
Experience – Beginner Level

Country – Peru
Zone – Sacred Valley
Range – Vilcabamba
Mountain – Chicon
Altitude – 5,550m
Level – PD
Terrain & Route – The route is very steep to base camp, crossing morrain to access the glacier and easy crossing to its summit. Northeast Face.
Days – 2-3
Experience – Beginner Level

Country – Peru
Zone – Sacred Valley
Range – Vilcabamba
Mountain – Velo de la Novia
Altitude – 5,150m
Level – PD
Terrain & Route – The route is very steep to base camp, crossing morrain to access the glacier and easy crossing to its summit. Northeast Face.
Days – 2-3
Experience – Beginner Level

Ausangate
Lagunas

Trek from Laguna Sigrenacocha to Laguna Sibinacocha in the mountainous region of Ausangate. Discover untouched landscapes, pristine glaciers and glacial lakes in this part of the Cordillera Vilcanota. Bespoke expeditions range from 3 – 12 days.

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Ausangate
Glaciers
Nevado Chumpe

Trek some of the most incredible Glaciers in the mountainous region of Ausangate. Climb and explore glaciers QelccayaChumpeOcchullo AnantaQampaYayamari & Huayruro Punco. Bespoke climbing expeditions range from 4 – 12 days.

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Ausangate

Mountain Selector

Nevado Qampa

Ausangate

Nevado Chumpe

Mariposa

Tinke

Country – Peru
Zone – Ausangate
Range – Vilcanota
Mountain – Qampa
Altitude – 5,530m
Level – PD
Terrain & Route – North-East Face. The route is very steep, direct access to the glacier and an easy crossing to its summit.
Days – 2-3
Experience – Beginner Level

Country – Peru
Zone – Ausangate
Range – Vilcanota
Mountain – Ausangate
Altitude – 6,384m
Level – AD
Terrain & Route – Climbing route and details: the normal route is via the South Face; steep entrance 45 ° – 700m unevenness.
Days – 4-12
Experience – Glacial ravine crossing and rappelling.

Country – Peru
Zone – Ausangate
Range – Vilcanota
Mountain – Chumpe
Altitude – 6,090m
Level – AD
Terrain & Route – South Face – Intermediate. Glacial terrain; and mostly ascending on snow & ice conditions.
Days – 5-6
Experience – Intermediate Level

Country – Peru
Zone – Ausangate
Range – Vilcabamba
Mountain – Mariposa
Altitude – 5,860m
Level – AD
Terrain & Route – North face, rough terrain access. (Access via the mountains close to their glaciers).
Days – 4
Experience – Intermediate Level

Country – Peru
Zone – Ausanagte
Range – Vilcanota
Mountain – Tinke
Altitude – 5,430m
Level – AD
Terrain & Route – South face, rough terrain access. (Access via the mountains close to their glaciers)
Days – 4
Experience – Intermediate Level

Caracol & Concha de Caracol

Percocaya

Huayruro Punco

Ochullo Ananta

Yayamari

Glacier Qelcaya

Country – Peru
Zone – Ausangate
Range – Vilcanota
Mountain – Caracol & Concha de Caracol
Altitude – 5,647m
Level – AD
Terrain & Route – South face, rough terrain access. (Access via the mountains close to their glaciers)
Days – 4
Experience – Intermediate

Country – Peru
Zone – Ausangate
Range – Vilcanota
Mountain – Percocaya
Altitude – 5,230m
Level – AD
Terrain & Route – Southwest face. Route is the closest and most hidden, quiet access to the basecamp and its glacier.
Days – 4
Experience – Intermediate Level.

Country – Peru
Zone – Ausangate
Range – Vilcanota
Mountain – Huayruro Punco
Altitude – 5,550m
Level – F
Terrain & Route – South face, rough terrain access. (Access via the mountains close to their glaciers).
Days – 4-5
Experience – Beginner Level

Country – Peru
Zone – Ausangate
Range – Vilcanoyta
Mountain – Ochullo Ananta
Altitude – 5,550m
Level – AD
Terrain & Route – South face, rough terrain access. (Access via the mountains close to their glaciers).
Days – 4-5
Experience – Intermediate Level

Country – Peru
Zone – Ausangate
Range – Vilcanota
Mountain – Yayamari
Altitude – 6,049m
Level – AD
Terrain & Route – South face, rough terrain access. (Access via the mountains close to their glaciers).
Days – 5-6
Experience – Intermediate Level

Country – Peru
Zone – Ausangate
Range – Vilcanota
Mountain – Glacier Qelcaya
Altitude – 5,200-5,700m
Level – PD
Terrain & Route – South face, rough terrain access. (Access via the mountains close to their glaciers)
Days – 4 – 6
Experience – Beginner Level

Questions to consider before a High-Mountain Expedition

  • Would you consider yourself fit & healthy for a high-altitude expedition?
  • Do you consider yourself to be well acclimatised; for altitudes of 5 – 6,000m?
  • If not; what is your plan for arrival into Peru?

Questions to consider before a High-Mountain Expedition

  • Where & when was your last high-mountain climb or expedition?
  • Do you have adventure travel insurance & / or high-mountain rescue insurance?
  • Do you have any problems with vertigo?
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