Yanapaccha

Yanapaccha, Perú

From

$650.00

Duration

3 days

Overview

Yanapaccha is located near the headwaters of Quebrada LLanganuco, not far from Pisco and Chacraraju. The name Yanapaccha means “black waterfall” in Quechua, although the usual west face route is anything but black. Perhaps the name is related to its appearance from the Portachuela Llanganuco, which would be the opposite face. ” Return It is a moderately difficult climb with some steep sections and crevasse negotiation and is not suitable for first-time climbers, but is an ideal peak for experienced climbers or novice climbers who have received instruction and are looking to extend their climbing level.

Included

  • Transport: From Huaraz to the starting point of your activity, and from the end point of your activity back to Huaraz. We use private transport, minivans and other types of cars, depending on the size of the group.
  • Guide: Qualified and experienced mountain guide who speaks Spanish and English.
  • Cook: A professional cook who is trained to prepare healthy dishes in a hygienic manner, depending on the size of the group.
  • Muleteers: In charge of taking the donkeys with our materials and backpacks, taking care of them and guiding them. (depending on the expedition we are replaced by porters / people who load things)
  • Donkeys: The number of donkeys provided depends on the size of the group. The donkeys carry tents, food, climbing rope to base camp and back, but you must bring your own personal equipment. (depending on the expedition we are replaced by porters / people who load things)
  • Meals: Breakfast, packed lunch and dinner.
  • Equipment: Good quality high mountain tent, sleeping mattress, ropes, carabiners, dining tent (depending on the size of the group), table and chairs, first aid kit, stove, crockery and kitchen utensils. We can also provide you with personal mountain equipment if you do not have one.
  • Entrance fee: for the national park.

Exclude

  • First breakfast, last dinner, soft or alcoholic beverages, medical treatment, travel insurance, tips, additional expenses as a result of leaving the expedition early, additional expenses as a result of rescue or emergency evacuation.

What to Bring

  • Mountain backpack (65 liters).
  • Sleeping bag (-25 C) – If you don’t have one, we provide it for you.
  • Walking poles if you have knee problems.
  • Mountaineering boots – If you don’t have one, we provide it for you.
  • Crampons – If you don’t have one, we provide it for you.
  • Ice ax – If you don’t have one, we provide it for you.
  • Helmet – If you don’t have one, we provide it for you.
  • Harness – If you don’t have one, we provide it for you.
  • Headlamp (with spare batteries)
  • Sun protection: sunscreen (minimum factor 40), hat, good sunglasses
  • Well used in mountain boots or trekking shoes
  • Comfortable clothing: T-shirt (quick-drying or merino wool recommended), trekking pants or leggings, sweater, wool trekking socks, underwear, long thermal underwear, fleece, gloves, hat, buff.
  • Down jacket quality 650 to 850 thermal degrees
  • Waterproof jacket and pants (Gore-Tex recommended)
  • Gore-Tex gloves – If you don’t have one, we provide it for you.
  • Bottle of water 1 liter, We will provide you with boiled and purified water
  • Toilet paper, personal toiletries, small towel
  • Extra snacks and money

Are you missing something? We can provide the detailed program and everything you need for a great day of expeditions, check each trip for detailed information on prices and offers we have for groups and dates or contact us for a personalized trip and you will be able to fully enjoy. The personal technical equipment and expedition clothing that we can provide you at no cost will depend on whether we have an available warehouse, which is why it is important to book in advance and check what we can provide you.

Tour Amenities

Accepts Credit Cards
Culture
Ecofriendly
Respect
Security
Smoking Allowed

Tour Plan

Drive from Huaraz to Cebollapampa, passing the famous twin lakes of Llanganuco and then continue to kilometer 42 (4650m). From here we hike to Moraine Camp (4900m) for about 3.5 hours.
Today we start early in the morning around 2:00 am. The initial ascent to the glacier is a short, steep climb on ice and then there is softer terrain on the glacier. There are crevasse fields to negotiate and the last 200m to summit is a steep 65 degree. About 3 to 4 rappels are required during the descent. The views from the summit (5460m) are beautiful, Huascarán, Chopicalqui, the Huandoys, Chacraraju and Pisco that surround us. Then we return to the Moraine camp (4900).
The next day we walk to kilometer 42 (4650 m) where our bus will be waiting for us to take us back to Huaraz. IMPORTANT THE YANAPACCHA MOUNTAIN CAN ALSO BE DONE IN 2 DAYS ASK ABOUT THE SHORT EXPEDITION BY INTERNAL AND THE OFFERS WE HAVE FOR YOU

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Tour Information

Max Guests

20

Min Age

18+

Languages Support

Difficulty (1 - 5)

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