Trekking Huayhuash, Climb Diablo & Nevado Tocllaraju (6034 m)

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Activity type: Mountaineering
Activity level: Moderate/ Challenging
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10 May 2020 - 10 Sep 2020

Duration: 21 Day(s) / Tour with flexible start dates
Price: from $1650 / Negotiable

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Trekking Huayhuash Climb Diablo Mudo (5350 m) & Expedition NevadoTocllaraju (6034 m). One of the most beautiful treks in the world.

The Cordillera Huayhuash (Huayhuash Range): The Huayhuash Range is the second highest tropical mountain chain in the world, after the Cordillera Blanca (White Range), immediately to the north. Even though it is located 120 kilometers from the Pacific Ocean, the crest forms part of the Continental Divide of South America; the waters of the eastern slope flow to the Marañon River, a principal tributary of the Amazon.

Running from north to south, the main zone has some twenty summits within about 25 km, with a secondary mountain change of summits of lower elevation toward the west that is about 15 km long. Six of the peaks are higher than 6,000 meters. Among the peaks, Yerupajá (6,617 m) stands out - it is the second highest mountain in Peru (after Huascarán, at 6,768 m.) Also of note is Siula Grande (6,344 m), which achieved fame through the book and subsequent film “Tocando el Vacio“ (Touching the Void) by mountaineer Joe Simpson.

This area also hosts dozens of glacial lakes of incomparable beauty. The closest towns are Chiquián (3,400 m) and Cajatambo (3,375 m)

About the Ishinca Valley: We will hike through a beautiful valley of the Cordillera Blanca, which includes the best attractions of the central Andes in Peru. In our expedition to the Ishinca Valley, we will climb three mountains, which, while close to one another, possess different characteristics from the perspective of technique and aesthetics. Urus Peak (5,420 m) is the lowest of the three and will permit us to get well acclimatized to confront the coming challenges. It is also the rockiest of the three peaks, and to climb it we must hike first over slopes of ice and snow. Ishinca Peak (5,540 m) will be our next challenge: from our base camp, we set out on the trail to the summit to enjoy one of the best views of the entire valley and its surroundings. Tocllaraju (6,034 m) is one of the most beautiful mountains in the Cordillera Blanca. This incredible frozen pyramid shows us the true extent of the mountains of Peru.

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Price includes

  • Acclimatization Tour
  • Peruvian qualified and experienced local guide/s
  • Entrance fees to the Huascaran National Park
  • Entrance fees to the Community Huayhuash National Park
  • Cooks and helpers
  • Porters
  • All meals during the tour
  • Donkey driver and donkeys
  • Camping tents (2 persons)
  • Kitchen equipment
  • Transportation as tour schedule / Huaraz
  • Pick up at the airport in Lima to the Hotel
  • Transfer from the Hotel to the airport and bus station
  • Bus tickets Huaraz/Lima, executive service in public bus-Movil Tours or Cruz del Sur
  • Hotel Kamana 2 nights in Lima
  • Hotel Casa Blanca 5 nights in Huaraz

Not included in price

  • Travel accident and health insurance
  • International flights to Lima / Peru round trip
  • Transfer from the airport for bookings of individual flights with different times of arrival / departure
  • Exit tax at the airport in Lima
  • Luggage insurance and trip cancellation
  • Meals in restaurants in Lima and Huaraz
  • Personal expenses
  • Personal equipment (such as boots, ice ax, crampons, harness, sleeping bag, mat, Goretex, etc.)

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Eric Albino Lliuya Peru Expeditions

 Eric Albino Lliuya Peru Expeditions 

25 years, Peru

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Biography About Eric Albino Lliuya a Mountain Guide from Peru

Eric Albino Lliuya

Professional guide by: AGOMP

E-mail: office@peru-expeditions.org

WhatsApp Eric Albino Lliuya 0051 943081066 - | LinkedIn |

He speaks: Spanish, Quechua, English, and some French. Currently he is learning German also.

General Sales Manager, mountaineer, tour organizer and mountain guide of Peru Expeditions Tours EIRL

Eric was born in 1984 in Unchus viallge - Huaraz, Peru. Very early he was inspired by the mountains from trips taken with his father and grandfather. At 18, he began working as a trekking and mountain guide and support his father Juventino with tourism. Juventino is a Mountain Guide AGMP-UIAGM from Huaraz, Peru.

Eric is responsible and organized groups trekking and mountaineering in the area of logistics and security in the Cordillera Blanca, Cordillera Huayhuash and South America.

| CV = Curriculum vitae

Details:

• Born 01. July . 1984

• Lives in Huaraz, Ancash - Peru

Education:

High School 2002 Jorge Basadre Grohmann in Huaraz

Education/studied Centro de Estudios de Alta Montaña (CEAM), School of Mountain Guides from 2006 to 2008

Languages:

• English language course intermediate VII (2006 to 2008), from Monday to Friday from 08:00 Hrs to 9:30 Hrs in the Casa de Guias - School of Mountain Guides, Parque Ginebra 28G - Huaraz city, Ancash - Perú

• German language course Module 1 to 4 (from 17 October 2011 to 26 March 2012), from Monday to Thursday from 08:15 Hrs to 12:15 Hrs in the VHS-Bildungszentrum school, Schlossergasse 8-10 Frankenthal city - Germany

Associacions:

• Member of DAV Summit Club - Deutsche Alpenverein since 2016, application area worldwide, especially expeditions, expedition-like things and training courses

• 'Since 2013 member of the Official Peruvian Mountain Guides Association and instructor of the mountain courses (AGOMP) in Peru

• On 15th. October 2016, take the first aid training course in Schladming - Austria with the Berg- und Schiführer Steiermark - IVBV - UIAGM - IFMGA

Working Experience:

• 2005 - 2016 mountain guide and tour leader of "Peru Expeditions Tours" and different

• A tour leader by BergSpechte Mr. Edi Koblmüller travel agency from Austria (2005-2017)

• A tour leader by Suedamerika Tours Mr. Thomas Wilken travel agency from Germany (2009-2017)

• A tour leader by 7 Summits Club 7 Summits Club Mrs. Lubmila and Mr. Alexander travel agency from Russia (2015-2017)

• A tour leader by AndeanVenture Mr. Christian Schöttle travel agency from Germany (2014-2017)

• A tour leader by Explore-Share Mr. Nicolas Vandepaer community platform from Belgium/Argentina (2013-2017)

• A tour leader by AlcostaRica Mr. Armin Liedl travel agency from Costa Rica(2006-2017)

• A tour leader by Mountaineering Association of Vojvodina Mr. Milivoj Erdeljan Association from Serbia (2013-2017)

• A tour leader by Eco Field trips Mr. Ronen Raz travel agency from Israel (2005-2017)

• A tour leader by BergHorizonte Mr. Christian Schubert travel agency from Germany (2016-2017)

• A tour leader by ProjectCordillera Mr. Sam Williams travel agency from England (2016-2017)

Projects:

• Peaks 150 Team: Mammut-Project/Huascarán - Successful expedition year 2012 Huascaran North Summit

• Rescue organization recovery of bodies September,2, 2015 Huandoy Sur, Peru. Alexander Ruchkin and Vjacheslav Ivanov died on the descent on Huandoy Sur South face

Journeys:

• Journey through the Andean countries of South America '2005 / 2017'

• Since 2005 to 2017 guiding tours-expeditions in Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile & Argentina

• On 2011 year first visit to Europe and experience in the Alps countries as Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, etc. current location or visit is in Europe from 15th September to 13rd December 2016

General Sales Manager of: Peru Expeditons Tours

Mountaineering experience in his life

Expert Mountain Guide from Huaraz, Peru.

Eric is a guide as well sport climber, he is traveling often in South Americain and Alps of Europa for climbing and guiding and organizing trips-expedition mountaineering. He counts with more than 50 lead-expeditions to the comercial high altitude mountaineers and guidig in the Cordillera Blanca, Cordillera Huayhuash and including other countries in South America as well in the alps. he led since 2005 the company Peru Expeditons Tours together with his father Juventino Martin Albino Caldua a mountain guide member of AGMP-UIAGM, in Peru his travel agency is leader in professionally managed expeditions in the Cordillera Banca and Huayhuash.

South America

Peru:

» Nevado Alpamayo (5947 m)

» Nevado Huascaran Sur (6768 m) normal route and route Escudo (direct and technical sign-route ), MAMMUT Project 150 years aniversary Huascaran North Peak (6655 m)

» Nevado Tocllaraju (6034 m) normal route & record Climbing west side in 2 days

» Nevado Ranrapalca (6162 m) new route south valley Cojub

» Nevado Urus central (5495 m) new direct route south

» Nevado Chopicalqui (6354 m)

» Nevado Palcaraju central (6264 m)

» Nevado Ishinca (5530 m)

» Nevado Vallunaraju (5686 m)

» Nevado Pisco (5752 m) normal route and direct route South Face

» Nevado Diablo Mudo (5300 m) in the Huayhuash

» Nevado Maparaju (5325 m)

» Nevado Andavite (5518 m)

Ecuador:

» Volcano Chimborazo (6310 m)

» Volcano Cotopaxi (5897 m)

» Volcano Cayambe (5790 m)

» Volcano Iliniza Norte (5126 m)

» Volcano Antisana (5758 m)

» Volcano Guagua Pichincha (4784 m)

» Volcano Rucupichincha (4698 m)

» Volcano Pasochoa (4199 m) and others.

Bolivia:

» Mountain Condoriri summit "Cabeza de Condor" Direct Route (5648m)

» Mountain Huayna Potosi normal route (6088 m)

» Volcano Sajama (6542 m)

» Volcano Acotango (6052 m)

» Volcano Parinacota (6348 m)

» Mountain Illimani (6462 m)

» Pequeño Alpamayo (5410 m) direct route

» Cerro Kinkillosa (5008 m)

» Cerro Austria (5321 m)

Chile:

» The highest volcano in the world Ojos del Salados (6893 m)

» San Pedro de Atacama - Exploring the city (2440 m)

» San Pedro de Atacama - Tour to Valle de Luna (2500 m)

» San Pedro de Atacama - Tour Exploring Guatin Canyon (3500 m)

» San Pedro de Atacama - Exploring Geyser "El Tatio" (4300 m). Highest geysers in the world

» San Pedro de Atacama - Climbing Lascar Volcano (5592 m)

» San Pedro de Atacama - Climbing Toco Volcano (5604 m)

» San Pedro de Atacama - Exploring Pukará de Quitor (2800 m) » City Copiapo - After breakfast bus transfer to Laguna Santa Rosa (3600 m)

» Laguna Santa Rosa - Transfer Laguna Verde (4400 m)

» Laguna Verde - Climbing Cerro San Francisco (6018 m)

» Laguna Verde - Transfer Refugio Atacama (5200 m) - Climbing Cerro Vicuñas (6067 m)

» Camp Atacama - Trekking up to Refugio Tejos (5820 m) - Return to Camp Atacama

» Camp Atacama - Trekking up to Refugio Tejos (5820 m)

» Region Putre - Cerro Surunche (3878 m)

» Region Putre - Hike to Lake Chungara (4600 m)

» Region Putre - Akklimatisierungstouren - Jurasi (4800 m)

» Region Putre - Cerro Guane Guane (5050 m)

» Region Putre - Village Guallatire Summit (5400 m)

Argentina:

» Aconcagua up to 6850M (not summit due to bad weather)

In the Alps / Europe

Italy:

» September / 2015 - Ortler via Hintergrat (3905 m), Südtirol

» 2015 / 2016 - Verschiedene Kletterrouten am Gardasee (Aprodite / Porci del Ai, Moonbears, Luna de argentea, Fiaba del Bosco, Il mercurio serpegiante, Il Scalette del Indria

» April / 2016 - Klettern Tannheimer - Via Anita

» April / 2016 - Klettern Gindlkante

Austria:

» April / 2012 - Schneeberg (1051 m)

» October / 2015 - Großes Wiesbachhorn via Kaindlgrat (3564 m)

» October / 2015 - Wildspitze über Breslauer Hütte (3770 m)

» May / 2016 - Skitour – Großglockner (3798 m)

» October / 2016 - Schönfeldspitze (2653 m)

Germany:

» April / 2012 - Zugspitze (2962 m)

» September / 2015 – Watzmannüberschreitung (2713 m)

Switzerland:

» October / 2015 - Versuch Matterhorn bis 4200 - Abbruch wegen Wetter

» September / 2016 - Cavadiras Südkante (2948 m)

Croatia:

» November / 2016 - National Park Paklenica: Rock Climbing different routes

Slovenia:

» November / 2016 - Triglav (2864 m), via Tomineksteig and Bambergerweg

| TRAVELED SO FAR FOLLOWING COUNTRIES FOR PHOTOGRAPHING, MOUNTAINEERING AND CLIMBING

Destinations:

Europe: Germany, Austria, Italy, France, Spain, Holland, Italy, Switzerland

Asia: Not yet visited this place

Africa: Not yet visited this place

America: Canada

South America: Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina

Central America: Not yet visited this place

Oceania: Not yet visited this place

Antarctica: Not yet visited this place

More info: https://www.peru-expeditions.org/history-biography-about-eric-albino-lliuya.php

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Peru, Ancash, Carhuaz Province

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