Pisco Climb
  • Spectacular climbing in the middle of the Cordillera Blanca
  • Offers undeniable stunning vistas to the dozens of northern glacial peaks
  • Relatively easy climb

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We were in Peru for almost two months and they were by far the best service givers that we have experienced! They are very honest

Vallunaraju was hard work but so rewarding, the view from the top was really worth it!
I will remember my experience forever. Now I just want to attempt another summit!
Thank you Akilpo for your such an amazing thing and for giving me the best guide ever!

I will remember my experience forever. Now I just want to attempt another summit!
Thank you Akilpo for your such an amazing thing and for giving me the best guide ever!

Nevado Pisco has earned the title of panoramic viewpoint of the northern part of the Cordillera Blanca mountain, one of the easiest mountains in the range to climb and manageable with proper fitness and the necessary acclimatisation.

Nevado Pisco or Mataraju belongs to the Huandoy massif and is characterised by two elevated peaks. East Pisco (5,760m) is the highest, and West Pisco (5,752 m) is one of the best known and most ascended of the paeks in the Cordillera Blanca. Its current name comes from the first ascension to the summit which was held with the typical drink of Peru, Pisco.

LOCATION:Situated in the northern part of the Cordillera Blanca mountain range, between Paron & Llanganuco sector of Huascaran National Park.   83.1 km far from Huaraz. Pisco belongs to the glacier massif of Huandoy.

Huaraz- Cebollapampa – moraine camp

 Walk Distance: about 5 km / Duration: 3-5 hours walk

Private transfer from Huaraz to Cebollapampa base camp. Travel time is approximately 3 hours driving. From Cebollapampa we start the ascent hiking to the next campsite field that fully complete the journey in the moraine camp.

Campo moraine – climb to the summit – moraine camp

Distance: 4.5 km / Duration 6 – 7 hours of ascent

The ascent to the summit undertaken early & then we traverse the glacier a few hours after crossing the rocky part. After the long climb our professional guide leads the group to the summit. The decline that lasts 3 hours go back to the moraine camp.


Campo moraine – Laguna 69- Cebolllapampa- Huaraz

Distance: 11, 4 km / Duration: 4 hour hike

The return path leads to one of the most beautiful glacial lakes of the site, Laguna 69 (optional). Following the enjoyment we turned on the Cebollapampa base camp. Return to Huaraz in private transport and transfer to the hotel prior.

If you require a detailed program, please contact us or send us a email.

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Road: private transport Trek: equipment transported by muleteer, mules and/or porters.


We camp in tents during the trek.


The food is prepared by our local chef. If you have restrictions or are allergic to any product. please inform us when booking your trip.

Options for Trek Extensions

**please speak to us about other versions/extensions of this trek as there are a variety of options to suit your capabilities and requirements.


  • Professional and bilingual internationally certified mountain guide
  • All meals during the expedition
  • Private transportation round trip
  • Camping equipment
  • Cooking equipment
  • Entrance fees to Huascarán National Park
  • Cook & assistants
  • Donkeys and muleteers / mountain assistants

Not included:

  • Climbing equipment
  • Personal equipment
  • Extra expenses in the city
  • Tips
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Travel Insurance
  • Rescue and evacuation in case of any accident
  • Items not mentioned above in “Includes”
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Acclimatisation: If you are coming from up from sea level or anything less than 2,500 meters, you should spend at least 3 days in and around Huaraz. Please see our 1-day hike programs  that would be useful in helping you adjust to the altitude. Note: We can put together a package that would include acclimatisation hikes/treks as well as a complete program with transport from Lima (return if preferred).

Recommendations for Best Seasons: The best time is from mid-April to late October, November. April, May and June are the best months for lovers of flowers. July through August are the best months for blue sky & also excellent period for photographers (warm colours and clear blue skies are great!). It starts getting cloudy more often in early September. October and November are the months when after 2-3pm you can count on afternoon showers.

Weather: The city of Huaraz has a semi-dry and semi-cold climate, with an average maximum temperature of 23.9° C (75.0° F) and a minimum of 7.1° C (44.8° F). The dry season is between the months of May to September and mid-April and October.

Vaccines: No mandatory vaccines. Recommended the typhus, tetanus, hepatitis A and B.

Languages: Spanish & Quechua (we speak English as well)

Money: Nuevo Sol, but the US dollar is accepted at restaurants, shops, and service stations

Time Difference: GMT -05:00

Location: Peru is located on the western edge of South America bordering Chile (south) and Bolivia (to the southeast), Brazil (northeast), Colombia (north) and Ecuador (northwest).

The Cordillera Blanca is a chain of snowy mountains in the north of Peru, 400 miles (640km) from Lima.


HUARAZ (population: 100,000) is the capital of the Ancash Region in the northern Callejón de Huaylas valley. The eastern skyline of the city is dominated by the impressive snow-capped peaks of the Cordillera Blanca, much of which is in the Huascarán National Park. One of the landmarks is Perú’s tallest mountain, Huascarán towering up at 6,768m.

At an average altitude of 3,000 – 3,100m altitude, Huaraz is also the base for most of the mountain activities like trekking and climbing in the Cordilleras Blanca and Huayhuash.

Cuy (guinea pig) is one of the regional specialities although you’ll also find many cebicherías (fish and seafood). Being a base for many tourists, quite a variety of restaurants and bars have sprung up everywhere. Feel free to ask us about what’s the latest/trendiest spots.


By Road:  Several bus companies serve the route between Lima and Huaraz as well as between Chimbote and Huaraz. Travelling from the south of Perú, connect with a bus service from Lima (about 8 hours). From the north, the best is to connect with a bus service from Chimbote (about 4-5 hours)

By Air:  Daily flights from Lima to Huaraz/Huaraz to Lima are now available. Keep in mind that there are luggage restrictions with 15kg limit per passenger and 5kg hand luggage. The flight is about 50 minutes and a taxi (about S/25 – $8.00) can then get you to Huaraz city, more or less a 20 minute ride. For further information visit the airline site at LC Peru


A range of transport options are available within Huaraz and also for getting to and from the outlying areas and villages.  The most obvious are the little ‘moto’s’ that will take you anywhere (in the day) for S/1.50 (about $0.40 – 0.50). Taxis (cars) are generally in the region of S/3-4 (about $1-1.20). Commonly used by most residents in Huaraz are the different collectivos, cars and minibuses – these are also the cheapest and will pretty much get you anywhere you want to get to.

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