Arrival in Lima at night (sleep in hotel)
Travel from Lima to Huaraz in the morning by Bus or Plane (sleep in hotel)
Huaraz – Churup Lake (4600 m) - Huaraz. We’ll leave from Huaraz city towards east, passing through villages as Unchus and Llupa, up to the place called Pitec (3860 masl), where we have to pay the entrance fee at the Huascaran National Park control post, then start hiking in an ascending path, observing mountains as Huamashraju, Cashan and Shacsha also crop fields can be seen. This place houses a diversity of flora and fauna such as the wild duck, plants with healing properties and quenual tree forests. To reach this lake we have to climb rocks helped by a steady metal rope, ideal for those who love the adventure or take other path less challenging. Churup is a beautiful blue lake one of the most frequently visited, surrounded by Ichu grass, Quenual trees, wild flowers, etc. there’s also a smaller lake on the east side for those who want to continue hiking, both lakes are right below the mountain with the same name, then return to Huaraz city.
Huaraz – Huanuco pampa (3736 masl). We will take a private bus through the southern part of the city of Huaraz, passing through cities such as Recuay, Ticapampa and Catac. We will also pass near the Conococha lake. We will also pass through picturesque villages in the Huanuco region, such as Mina Huanzala, Huallanca and La Uniуn, we will make a detour to reach our first camp, Huanucopampa, in this place we can observe the existence of archaeological remains of Huanuco Viejo. On the bus 5 to 6 hours approximately.
Huanucopampa - Queropalca Village (3800 masl) - Carhuacocha Lake (4138 masl). On this day we will travel on a private bus also passing through picturesque villages in the department of Huбnuco, such as Baсos, Santa Rosa, to the village of Queropalca, where we will find the donkey drivers and mules. The hike starts here, and we will head towards our second camp, Carhuacocha Camp, from where we have a beautiful and famous panoramic view of the snowy Jirishanca Chico (5446 masl), Jirishanca (6094 masl), Toro (5965 masl), Yerupaja (6617 masl) and Siula (6344 masl). By bus and walk approximately 4 to 5 hours.
Rest Day. This day, take the opportunity to visit the Gangrajanca, Siula and Quesillococha lakes.
Carhuacocha Lake – Carhuac Pass (4650 masl) – Mitucocha Lake (4230 masl). We will go up the Yana Yana valley to Carhuac pass, observing the Mounains mentioned on the other side, then we will descend by the Quebrada Waya and we will arrive at the Mitucocha camp, from where we can see the Ninashanca (5607 masl), Rondoy (5870 masl), Jirishanca (6094 masl) and Jirishanca chico (5446 masl). Walk 5 to 6 hours approximately.
Mitucocha Lake – Cacananpunta Pass (4700 masl) - Quartelhuain (4200 masl). On the way, you can see the Pucacocha lake in the distance, then climb to Cacananpunta pass, from where you can see part of the Burro (Donkey) mountain in the Huallanca range, then descend to the Quartelhuain camp. Walk 5 to 6 hours approximately.
Quartelhuain – Rondoy Pass (4735 masl) – Sambunya Pass (4750 masl) – Jahuacocha Pass (4100 masl). On this day we will cross Rondoy pass and Sambunya pass, always accompanied by the beautiful Mountains such as Ninashanca (5607 manm), Rondoy (5870 masl), Yerupaja chico (6121 masl), Yerupaja (6634), Rasac (6017 manm), Tsacra (5548 manm) and Huacrish (5622 masl), from the top you can see the beautiful lake of Solteracocha, then descend to our next camp near the Jahuacocha Lake. Walk 5 to 6 hours approximately.
Jahuacocha Lake - Pampa Llamac Pass (4300 masl) - Llamac (3250 masl) - Huaraz. We will go up to the last step of the Trek (Pampa Llamac Pass), from where we will be able to see part of the Huayhuash range, then we will descend to the village of Llamac, where our car will wait to take us to Huaraz. Walk approximately 4 to 5 hours.
Departure from Huaraz to Lima and Lima – Home. Possible overnight in Lima!!
Note: After the ascent, we are ready to offer you a vacation on the coast of the ocean, lakes and various excursion programs in Peru.