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Climb Jampa 2 Days

23 reviews
Climb Jampa 2 Days

Climb Jampa 2 Days

23 reviews

Overview

Embark on an exhilarating journey to conquer the majestic summit of Jampa Peak with our specially curated 2-day/1-night climbing adventure. Nestled in the heart of breathtaking landscapes, Jampa offers not only a challenging ascent but also stunning panoramic views that will leave you in awe.this 2-day adventure, challenge yourself, and witness the world from the heights of Jampa Peak. Our Climb Jampa experience promises not only an adrenaline-pumping adventure but also a deep connection with nature and a profound sense of accomplishment.

 

Highlights

  1. Scenic Trekking Trails: Immerse yourself in the mesmerizing landscapes of the Ausangate region as you navigate through diverse terrain, from lush valleys to high-altitude plateaus. The journey to Jampa Peak unfolds breathtaking views of pristine nature, colorful flora, and serene lakes.
  2. Cultural Encounters: Experience the rich culture of the Andean people as you encounter local communities during your trek. Engage with indigenous communities, learn about their traditions, and witness their unique way of life against the backdrop of the stunning Andean scenery.
  3. Base Camp Ambiance: Enjoy the camaraderie of fellow climbers at the base camp, where a cozy and welcoming atmosphere prevails. Share stories around the campfire, connect with like-minded adventurers, and relish the sense of community in this remote mountain setting.
  4. Acclimatization Journey: Prioritize your safety and success by acclimatizing to the high-altitude environment. The acclimatization trek on the first day allows you to gradually adjust, ensuring you’re well-prepared for the challenging ascent to Jampa Peak.
  5. Professional Guidance: Benefit from the expertise of seasoned mountain guides who accompany you throughout the journey. Their knowledge of the region, commitment to safety, and passion for adventure enhance your overall experience and contribute to a successful climb.
  6. Summit Views: Stand atop Jampa Peak and be rewarded with awe-inspiring panoramic views. Marvel at the snow-capped peaks of the Ausangate range, the vast valleys below, and the sense of accomplishment that comes with conquering this challenging ascent.
  7. Photographic Opportunities: Capture unforgettable moments with your camera as you ascend to the summit and witness the ever-changing landscapes. From sunrise over the Andean peaks to the vibrant hues of the surrounding flora, every step of the journey offers a photo-worthy opportunity.

Trip Details

  • Nevados Campa: 5,485 m / 17,990 ft
  • Ausangate: 6,385 m / 20,943 ft
  • Difficulty level: Challenging
  • Tour Type:  Hiking, Climb
  • Weather: Hot, cold, wendy

Day 1: Base Camp Arrival and Acclimatization

Morning: Arrive at our base camp, where experienced guides will welcome you. Following a comprehensive briefing, gear up for an exhilarating climb. Lunch is served before setting out for an acclimatization trek, ensuring you adjust comfortably to the high-altitude environment.

Evening: Return to base camp for a hearty dinner and unwind around a campfire. Engage with fellow climbers and absorb the tranquil atmosphere in preparation for the summit day.

Day 2: Summit Day – Conquer Jampa Peak

Early Morning: Rise early to a nourishing breakfast before commencing the ascent to Jampa Peak. Led by seasoned guides, navigate through diverse landscapes, each step revealing panoramic vistas of the surrounding peaks.

Summit: Reach the summit of Jampa Peak and bask in the accomplishment of conquering this challenging climb. Enjoy unparalleled views of the Ausangate range and capture the moment with a sense of triumph.

Descent and Farewell: Descend to base camp for a celebratory lunch before bidding farewell to this iconic peak. Reflect on your achievement and relish the memories of this compact yet exhilarating adventure.

Itinerary

Day 1: Cusco - Tinki - Pacchanta - Pachaspata

We will depart from Cusco at 6:00am by a public bus, reaching village Tinke around 9:30am. Here in Tinke we have an Andean typical breakfast. From the village Tinke we will take a private transport (about 1 hour) to village Packchanta (3800m) where we will have a snack and meet the muleteer and horses to carry our big rucksacks up to the base camp Pachaspata (4800m). We will hike with our small daypacks containing water and snack for 2 hours until reaching the Laguna Verde, where we will have a bag lunch and afterwards we will hike for another 2 hours until the base camp. The rest of the day we
will spend preparing a gear for the next day summit and resting, cooked dinner included.

Day 2: Pacchanta – Pachaspata - Cusco

We will get up at 4am, take a breakfast and walk 2 hours with our head torches until we reach the glacier. There we will put on our crampons, the harnesses with the ropes, get ready the ice axes, have a snack and continue for another 3.5 hours to the summit. During the ascent, in the middle of the glacier we will approach a strip of a rock formation (light climbing) for which we will dismount the crampons. At the peak we will have a time to take photos, appreciate the views and have a light meal. We will return taking the same route to the base camp (3 hours). At the base camp we will have a cooked lunch and rest for about an hour before hiking down to the village Packchanta (4 hours). Here we will encounter our private transport to Tinke (1 hour) and from there a public bus to Cusco (3hours). We will reach Cusco at about 8.30 pm.

Included

  • Qualified guide
  • All meals during the tour
  • Camping tents (2 persons)
  • Porters Nevado Ausangate
  • Kitchen equipment
  • Cook
  • Donkey driver and donkeys
  • sleeping mat

No Included

  • Travel accident and health insurance
  • Luggage insurance and trip cancellation
  • Personal expenses
  • Acclimatization tour in Cusco region
  • Entrance fees to the Ausangate National Park
  • Personal equipment (such as boots, ice ax, crampons, harness, sleeping bag, mat, Goretex, etc.) torch, waterproof jacket and pants, gaiters, gloves
  • Tips

Recommendations:

  • Personal equipment (such as boots, ice ax, crampons, harness, sleeping bag, mat, Goretex, etc.) torch, waterproof jacket and pants, gaiters, gloves
  • Camping gear: tent, sleeping bag (-12C)

What To Bring

  • Sunscreen
  • Warm clothes
  • Rucksacks and daypacks
  • Sunglasses
  • Water (you will need 4 liters)
  • Personal equipment (such as boots, ice ax, crampons, harness, sleeping bag, mat, Goretex, etc.)

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