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Climbing Pisco Climb - Cordillera Blanca

Summit: 5752 meter (18.871 ft)
Difficulty: Easy (F)
Duration expedition Huaraz - summit - Huaraz: 3 days

Good to combine with Chopicalqui and Mount Yanapaccha (5460). Pisco combined with Chopicalqui takes 7-8 days, Huaraz - Pisco - Chopicalqui - Huaraz.

Climbing Pisco

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Day-per-day itinerary

Tent       Breakfast       Lunch       Dinner

Day 1
Pick up from your hotel at 8 AM and private transport to Cebollapampa where our donkeys and donkey drivers will be waiting for us. From there we walk approximately 2-3 hours to the Pisco Basecamp.
Briefing about the attack with your guide and preparation of your pack for tomorrow.

Day 2
We get up at 2 AM to have breakfast (or maybe only drink a cup of coffee) and get dressed. At 3 AM we start hiking towards the glacier to reach the summit approximately 6-7 hours later. Descend to basecamp.

Day 3
From the basecamp hike back to Cebollapampa from where our private transport will take you back to Huaraz for your well-deserved shower.
or: with Chopicalqui afterwards: hike to Chopicalqui base camp.

  • Mountain guide & cook
  • Donkeys & donkey drivers (amount depends on the group size)
  • All food during the expedition (good, healthy and varied food. Vegetarian option.)
  • Private transport to/from Trailstart/end.
  • All cooking equipment, social tent, bathroom tent, foldable chairs, ...
  • Sleeping tents (Mountain Equipment Coop, Salewa, Northface) depending on the necesity of the tour, Thermarest inflatable mattresses.
  • Entrance fee National Park Huascaran
Not Included:
  • Additional beverages or meals in villages
  • Breakfast on the 1st and dinner on the last day
  • Return or abortion otherwise as planned itinerary: transport & possible accommodation costs (also for staff)
  • Personal mountain equipment such as trekking shoes, rain/wind jacket/pants, hat, gloves, sunglasses etc.
  • Sleeping bag (more info)

Comment: at Pisco basecamp you could also stay in the Refugee if desired. Extra pay to do so is approximately US $ 15 per night. We will still carry all tents and mattresses though - quite often they have a lot of people and it is too noisy to actually be able to sleep (and hence, clients return to their tents).


Ascent to Mt. Pisco (5752 m).
At the summit of Mt. Pisco, 5752 m.
The morrain camp (± 4850m) on the ascent to Mt. Pisco.
Close to Pisco-Basecamp is ´Refugio Peru´; it is possible to stay for the night.
Sunrise on the summit of Mt. Pisco (5752m) – with Mt. Chacraraju (6112m) at the background.
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