Pisco 5752m & Chopicalqui 6350m

07 Days / 06 nights

Pisco serves as a great introductory or refresher climb for those with or without previous alpine experience. At 5752 meters above sea level, it is also a great acclimatization peak. Non-technical by nature, the normal route on Pisco Oeste climbs the southwest ridge, offering glorious sunrise views of the Huandoys and a 360 degree summit vista that is considered by many to be the best in the range. Chopicalqui sits across the Llanganuco valley from Pisco and towers above the rest of the peaks in the area, save its colossal neighbor Huascaran. At 6354 meters high, Chopicalqui’s southwest ridge offers a moderate climb with just enough exposure to keep climber’s adrenaline levels up and thereby scaring novice mountaineers away. Chopi’s high camp situated at 5400 meters in the col between Huascaran and itself is an unforgettable place to spend the night as well! With one of the most photogenic summit cones in the range, it’s no wonder that this route is a favorite of many climbers in the area.

Trip Information of Pisco.            

Grade: PD
Route: SW Ridge
Best season: May – September
Length: 3 days

Trip Information of Chopicalqui.

Grade: AD
Route: SW Ridge
Best season: Mid may – September
Length: 4 days


With a private bus transfer to Cebollapampa 3 hours approx., where we will meet our donkeys and donkey drivers to transport our mountain equipment, well start going-up for about 3 hours to get the Base camp.

Time 2 to 3 hrs.

We will get up early at 2 am, to get the best snow conditions, we’ll reach the summit around 9 am , and we’ll rest and discover why everyone talks about the view and  get the best photos to different other peaks , then we’ll come down to the base camp.

Time: 9 to 10 hrs.

After breakfast we trek out to Cebollapampa and then we cross toward Chopicalqui base camp.

Walking Time:  3 to 4 hours

 We start after breakfast cross and climb up to the moraine camp on the way up we can appreciate the two Huascaran peaks.

Time: 4 hours.

This day we go to high camp where we sleep on ice is always recommendable to go by put   on helmet because there are crevasses and small Stones  fall  overnight ice camping

 Walking Time: 4 hours

Summit Day!! Wake up at 1:00am and depart for the summit at 3:00am. Work your way up the massive southern ridge and on to the summit at last! Return to Moraine camp for the night.

 Climbing Time. 10 hours

Pack up camp and descend down to the winding road which leads back to Huaraz. Stop for lunch and the Llanganuco Lakes. Check back into your hotel for a well-deserved shower.



  • Pre climbing Briefing.
  • Professional mountain guide certified by IFMGA: English, Spanish and Quechua speaking.
  • An aspiring mountain guide IFMGA. English, Spanish and Quechua speaking, for more than two clients
  • Mountain porters
  • Private transport of approaching and returning from all the expedition.
  • Entrance fee to the Huascaran national park
  • Food during the expedition breakfast, lunch or box lunch, reception and dinner. we have option for vegetarian people
  • Camping equipment: mountaineering four season tents (2 persons)
  • Mess tent
  • Kitchen stuff: stove, kitchen utensils, chairs, table and others
  • Donkey drivers and donkeys
  • Mountain hut to Pisco climb
  • First aid kit
  • Mountain cook
  • Rope
  • Snow pickets


  • International flights to Lima / Peru round trip
  • Personal equipment
  • Food in the city
  • Taxis in cities
  • Hotel and lodging in Huaraz
  • Travel, life, accident or baggage insurance
  • Unexpected expenses as when a participant leaves the group during the scheduled days
  • Additional beverages or meals in villages
  • Tips

Equipment Required

  • Daypack for your walking and climbing to bring personal gear (45 litters)
  • Rain gear (water and windproof jacket and pants)
  • Hiking boots
  • Climbing boots recommendable for six thousand meters
  • Warm clothes (jacket, fleeces, gloves, thermal clothing underneath, and down jacket)
  • Sleeping bag resistant up to -15 grades
  • Sleeping Pad
  • Torch / flashlight (2 extra batteries)
  • Definitely camera
  • Cap or hat to protect yourself from sun heat, cold or rain
  • Sunscreen
  • Lipstick
  • Water battle or thermo (1 litter or more)
  • Small Personal first aid kit with medicines that often use
  • Per of walking poles necessary for the hike
  • Two technical ice axes
  • Harness
  • A couple of carabineers
  • Crampons
  • Helmet
  • Gaiters
  • Sunglasses
  • Belay device.

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