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Ausangate Climb 6 Days

Ausangate Climb 6 Days

Ausangate Climb 6 Days

from $ 3950.00


Climb Ausangate 6 Days.

The 6-Days Climb Ausangate is an exhilarating 6-day expedition that ventures into the heart of the Peruvian Andes, providing adventurers with the opportunity to summit the iconic Ausangate Mountain. This challenging climb promises awe-inspiring landscapes, high-altitude.

challenges, and a deep immersion into the unique cultural tapestry of the Andean region. Here’s an overview of the Ausangate Climb,The Ausangate Climb is an extraordinary adventure for experienced climbers seeking a challenging and rewarding high-altitude experience in the mesmerizing Andean wilderness.


  • Summiting Ausangate: The Ausangate Climb offers the rare opportunity to stand atop one of the highest peaks in the Peruvian Andes, providing unparalleled views.
  • Challenging Terrain: Trekkers navigate diverse landscapes, including high-altitude passes, glacial valleys, and rocky terrain, testing their mountaineering skills.
  • Cultural Immersion: Interactions with local Andean communities offer a glimpse into their traditions, enhancing the overall experience.
  • Natural Wonders: The climb unveils stunning natural landmarks, including glacial lakes, colorful mountains, and the breathtaking Ausangate Peak.

Trip Details

Day 1: Cusco, Pacchanta Community, Pachaspata
Day 2: Pachaspata, Ausangate Campo Base
Day 3: Ausangate Camp base, Ausangate Morrine Camp
Day 4: Ausangate moraine camp, Summit (6,384m/20,939f), Base Camp
Day 5: Base Camp, Ananta
Day 6: Ananta Camp, Rainbow Mountain, Cusco


Day 1: Cusco, Pacchanta Community, Pachaspata

The Ausangate climbing expedition starts with the pick up from the hotel in Cusco at 4.30 am. The trip takes approximately 3.3 hours to reach the community of Pacchanta (4334 masl), where the travel team (guide, muleteers, cook) will be waiting for us with breakfast at our lodge. After breakfast we will prepare the logistics and personal equipment (harness, boots, crampons, helmet), hardware among others, not to forget any material for use in the mountain. This hike is done with the intention of acclimatization, interacting with the environment and gaining altitude for the Ausangate climb. The actual hike begins with an approach to the Ausangate lagoons, during the first part we will have a panoramic view of the community of Pacchanta famous for its hot springs and alpaca breeding. After a walk of 1 hour and a half we will arrive at the circuit of the 7 lagoons of Ausangate where we will be visiting each of them that are very beautiful and colorful. During our hike we will be seeing the summit of Ausangate 6384 masl from the north face. The camp

Day 2: Pachaspata, Ausangate Campo Base

We start the trek early in the morning from Pachaspata camp until we reach the Jampa Pass at 5100 masl, one of the highest passes
of the trek. Descending we will reach Surapata camp and then begin an ascent to reach the base camp of the Ausangate climb. From here we will be able to observe the magnificent and imposing Ausangate.
During the afternoon we will make a light hike through the chocolate lagoon characteristic for its color

Day 3: Ausangate Camp base, Ausangate Morrine Camp

With our breakfast at approximately 7:30 a.m., we will get ready with the climbing logistics and advanced camp. It is necessary to carry climbing material and attack camp. The base camp is at 4800 masl and camp I is at 5450 masl. To get to this camp we will ascend through a rocky path until we reach the Moreno camp. From this point we will observe the first part of the climbing route and the 200 m wall with an inclination of 65°. We will have our lunch and dinner prepared by our high altitude cook. We will go to bed at 4:00 pm to wake up at 11:00 pm. In the afternoon we will prepare all the equipment, checking its functionality, the equipment of the backpack, batteries of the headlamps, crampons, harness.

Day 4: Ausangate moraine camp, Summit (6,384m/20,939f), Base Camp

The day of the attack to the summit begins at 11.00 pm with breakfast. We will start the hike at 12.00 in the morning until we reach the glacier leg, in this part we will put on the crampons and rope to start climbing up the glacier until we reach the foot of the wall. We will attack the wall for about 2 hours to overcome the first obstacle. From here we begin the ascent by the plateau until we reach the pass about 50 meters from the summit, this ascent will take about 3 hours. We will be at the summit approximately at 8 to 9 hours in the morning from where we will be able to observe the whole mountain range of the Vilcanota. After about 30 minutes at the summit we will begin with the descent to reach the wall. The descent of the wall we will make with rappel of 4 lakes of 50 meters until the foot of the wall. We will arrive at 3:00 in the afternoon approximately to the moraine camp and at 5:00 to the base camp where we can have our dinner and rest after a great effort in the mountain.

Day 5: Base Camp, Ananta

This day we will start with the hike to the Montaña de Colores passing through the highest pass of the Ausangate trek called
Paso Palomani 5200 masl. From this point we will start with the descent to the Laguna Ausangate camp. Our path continues until
we reach the Ananta camp where we will spend the night.

Day 6: Ananta Camp, Rainbow Mountain, Cusco

This is the last day of our trekking expedition to Ausangate. We will have an early breakfast to start the ascent until we reach the Huarmisaya pass 4977 masl from where we will be able to observe some incredible landscapes. We will descend to the Vinicunca
valley. After about 2 hours of walking we will arrive at the Rainbow Mountain and enjoy this impressive attraction of the Andes of Cusco. We will start with the descent for about 40 minutes until we reach Kayrahuiri field where our transportation will be waiting for us
to go to Cusco. During the trip we will have a stop for lunch and then continue to Cusco arriving approximately at 15.00 hours to the city of Cusco.


  • One AGMP – UIAGM mountain guide for every two clients.
  • Support personnel: porters, muleteers and cooks.
  • Pack animals
  •  Overnight in tents (optional use of the base camp shelter).
    base camp)
  •  Food during the ascent.
  • Collective technical equipment (ropes, snow, ice and rock insurance).
    rock insurance)
  • All transportation from Cusco to Cusco.

No Included

  • includes sleeping bag
  •  Entrance to hot springs,
  • warm clothes and goretex,
  • attack backpack,
  • sun cream,
  • sunglasses,
  • bottle, etc.

What To Bring



  •  A pair of mountaineering boots of high
  •  Two pairs of thick socks.
  •  Three pairs of light trekking socks.
  • trekking socks.
  •  One pair of booties.
  •  Two thermal fleece underwear.
  • One fleece jacket (second layer).
  •  One waterproof mountaineering
    waterproof mountaineering jacket.
  •  One down jacket.
  • One waterproof mountaineering
    waterproof mountaineering trousers.
  •  One pair of trekking pants.
  • One pair of thermal underpants.
  •  Non-cotton underwear.
  •  Wind stopper or windblooc gloves.
  •  A pair of waterproof gloves.
  •  Cold weather hat.
  •  Sun hat.
  •  Buff .
  • Glasses with UV spectrum 4 protection.
  • Crampons with front spikes.
  •  A pelvic harness
  •  An ice axe and a hammer for technical
    technical mountaineering.
  •  Three safety carabiners.
  •  One 120cm webbing or anchor line.
  • One descender
  • One 6mm / 1.5m lanyard.
  • Backpack 45 l minimum
  •  A helmet.
  • Water bottle 1 liter minimum
  • Sunscreen for skin and lips
  • Headlamp with spare batteries
    spare batteries.
  •  Insulated sleeping pad.
  • Winter sleeping bag

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