Chopicalqui Mountain


DAY 1: 5 hours aproximately

Huaraz – Base Camp Chopicalqui

After the breakfast in the Hotel we will aboard the private bus to go along the Callejón de Huaylas in the north side of Huaraz, after driving for 2 hours aprox we will register in the National Parks Control, passing the Llanganuco lake Chinancocha and Orconcocha, where we will have Lunch, then in the early afternoon we will continue going up to the Ancush Valley between Huascarán and Chopicalqui, we will arrive to the Base Camp around 2pm. overnight camping at (4,200 m.a.s.l).

DAY 2: 5 hours aproximately

Base Camp Chopicalqui – Moraine Camp

After the breakfast we will walk for about 4 hours rocky path and get the Moraine camp, where we will enjoy a splendors views of the mountains Pisco, Chacraraju and others, after to arrive we will check our climbing equipments, overnight camping at (4,612 m.a.s.l.)

DAY 3: 4 hours aproximately

Moreine Camp – Camp1

After the breakfast we will hike up for 40 minutes, after the hike up we will get the glacier where we will put our equipments gears to start climbing for about 3 hours to get the camp 1. Overnight in the glacier at (5,500 m.a.s.l.).

DAY 4: 8 horas aproximately

Camp 1 – Summit Chopicalqui – Moraine Camp

Today we will leave at 3 a.m. in the morning after breakfast, climbing for about 4 hours will get the summit 6,354 m.a.s.l., then after enjoy the views for few minutes will come back to the moraine camp, where the cook will be waiting with highland dish, and overnight at 4,612 m.a.s.l. camping.

DAY 5: 5 horas aproximately

Moraine Camp – Base Camp – Huaraz

After the last Andean breakfast we will go dawn hill to the trailhead, where the bus will be waiting for us, and we will be transferred to Huaraz, making the last stop for lunch in the selected nice spot in the way, overnight at Hotel Huaraz

What's included?


Transportation by vehicle to and from the roadhead

two-man tents including sleeping pads

pack animals

kitchen crew and commissary gear with all meals included as well as a bilingual guide on the trek

who will handle the first aid kit


Alcoholic beverages




laundry service

additional tours


sleeping bags

hiking boots and other personal gear