Andino Club Hotel

Pedro Cocachin 357, Huaraz, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Huaraz

Alpamayo Circuit without Donkeys

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke

177

Wow this hike had everything, it was simply amazing. The Cordillera Blanca range is the second highest range in the world behind the Himalayas and this was one of the hardest hikes we have ever done. Our guide said that he maybe does this hike without donkey support once every 1-3 years. We ended up doing the hike in 7 days and went over 8 passes during that time including 3 days where we did 2 passes a day. We started singing ...

Huaraz

A travel blog entry by conrad.bear

33

... next stop was lunch. Not to self Don't order Cubana Rice. It sucks. (S/10)

The final stop was the museum, the carvings were great. There were a lot with 4 teeth, two top and two on the bottom. Some of them reminded me of some of the wood carvings from Indonesia. Then 3 hours back to Huaraz, arriving at 19:30.

I headed to the bus company to pay for my ticket. But then I ...

Santa cruz

A travel blog entry by lou_w

41

So I think the Andes have gotten me addicted to trekking. The Santa Cruz may be my last decent multi-day trek in the Andes, and it was an amazing one. Again, I took the easy way out and went as part of a group... One of the main benefits is that a donkey carries all of your stuff. Poor donkeys. But also get to hang around 6 other awesome people. So the first day was the usual early start, but then we were stuck in the car until lunch time. ...

Sam

A travel blog entry by ccchrissie

21

... of crevasses so too dangerous for both us and it. The guide mentioned that the National Park are painting there glaciers white to help reflect light and preserve them whereas in Bolivia they cover them with white plastic – definitely sounded a like an April Fool!

The long ride back was broken up by a quick stop at some rock art and then at 3.30 back at the restaurant for lunch! Had brought mine & already consumed it, so went for a wander down ...

Snow Capped Mountins Surround us in Huaraz

A travel blog entry by the5wynns

19

... plantains on the side). By the time we walked back and got to bed, we felt like we had been in Huaraz forever.

The following day, yesterday, we were picked up at 9:10 am by the van we had arranged the day before. The van drove us to the Parque, stopping to stock up on coca leaves to chew on during our planned hike to one of the park’s glaciers, and mate tea, made with coca leaves, to drink before driving further up altitude wise, and then climbing. As we ...

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This hotel, located on Pedro Cocachin 357, Huaraz, is near Parque Nacional Huascaran, Archaeological Site of Chavin, Plaza de Armas, and Monumento Nacional Wilcahuain Ruin.
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