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Climb Jampa 2 Days /1 Nights

23 reviews
Climb Jampa 2 Days /1 Nights

Climb Jampa 2 Days /1 Nights

23 reviews

Overview

To climb the snowy Jampa (5500 snm.) you do not need experience, rather it is ideal for beginners and people who love nature, from the highest part to 5500 masl it offers panoramic views to take spectacular photos that you will never forget.

 

Highlights

Ausangate: (Quechua: Awsanqati) is a mountain of the Willkanuta mountain range in the Andes of Peru. With an elevation of 6,384 metres it is situated around 100 kilometres southeast of Cusco. The mountain has significance in Incan mythology. Every year the Quyllur Rit’i (Quechua for “star snow”) festival which attracts thousands of Quechua pilgrims is celebrated about 20 km north of the Ausangate at the mountain Qullqipunku.

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

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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