Tocllaraju (6035m - 19794ft)


    Day 1: Huaraz – Pashpa – Base Camp Ishinca (4300m/14104ft)
    Transfer to the trail head Pashpa (3670m/15317ft) in private bus, where we will meet the donkey drivers, then we will hiking up along the Ishinca Valley, where there is the National Park's control, then after to check in we will have lunch, then we will continue walking arriving to the base camp of Ishinca about 5 hours approximetaly. Then we will check our climbing equipment for the next day, overnight Camping at (4300m/14104ft).

    Day 2: Base Camp – Camp 1 (5200m/17056ft)
    We will start going up at 10:00hours to the Camp 1 of Tocllaraju, after 2 hours half climb up will be arriving to the Glacier where we will put our climbing gears to continue climbing up over the glacier to the Camp 1 for about 1 hours more and overnight over the glacier at (5200m/17056ft).

    Day 3: Camp 1 – Summit Tocllaraju (6035m/19794ft) – Base Camp
    After the breakfast in the Camp 1 at 3:00am will be starting to climb up to the Summit for about 5 hours to get the summit, where we will enjoy the splendid views of different peaks our around like: Huascaran, Santa Cruz, Ranrapalca, etc. after that immediately will return to the Camp 1, then we will pick up our equipments ant continue go down to Base Camp, arriving at 4:00pm approximately and overnight in the Base Camp.

    Day 4: Base Camp – Pashpa – Huaraz
    This day we will back to Huaraz after the breakfast around 08:00hours, downhill to Pashpa, before you will register in the Huascaran National Park your return, it will takes 3 hours half to Pashpa where our private transfer will be waiting to transport to Huaraz and then transfer to your hotel, lunch on the way, arriving to Huaraz around 14:00hours.

    Beautiful summit from Ishinca valley, opportunity to climb 3 peaks from the same Camp; Ishinca and Urus peaks are for acclimatization and finishing Tocllaraju
    • Climbing Season: Between May to September
    • Days in the Mountain: 4 days
    • Difficult: Moderate, need a good acclimatization and doesn't requires extensive technical ability