Edwards Inn

Bolognesi 121, Huaraz, ., Peru | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Huaraz

Back to the Mountains

A travel blog entry by -ninavale-


... ricorderemo noi, invece, č una cittā decisamente poco attraente, con il solito traffico indecente e i soliti maledetti clacson incessanti; se a questo si aggiunge che molti ostelli sono chiusi per bassa stagione e quelli aperti sono probabilmente tra i peggiori che abbiamo visto in questi mesi, il risultato non finirā di certo nella nostra classifica dei posti migliori in cui siamo stati.
Quando siamo arrivati ci aspettavamo tutt'altro, qualcosa come una piccola ...

Snow Capped Mountins Surround us in Huaraz

A travel blog entry by the5wynns


... a rip off of five soles won't break our budget, but it’s the point that irritates me. This trip requires so much planning, and the one thing I forgot to check when I emailed the owner of Monkeywasi, Gustavo, was the price of the taxi ride to his place. Nevertheless, we arrived safely and Gustavo could not have been more welcoming. We figured we’d catch a few more hours of sleep, since the bus sleep was not completely restful; so we all crawled into our new ...

Huayhuash circuit

A travel blog entry by hastie_gringo


... way up. We cook up a big feed then its off to bed.....listening to the mining trucks coming up and down the road. Ahhh the serenity.....

Day 2
Our first pass of the trek. About 4600m. With no suitable humans to challenge her Amanda decides to race some donkeys to the top. She would have won too IF it was the top. Damn false summits. We spend the rest of the day at over 4000 metres, crossing another 4600m pass in our 6 1/2 hour slog to the campsite. Unfortunately ...

Huaraz gateway to the Cordilera Blanca mountains

A travel blog entry by lynsey_and_john


... there is a day hike to a glacier. We found out that the prices were fairly reasonable and were torn between doing the 4 day Santa Cruz option and the Lake 69. I really wanted to do the 4 day hike, but as we have to be at Machu Picchu in 2 weeks, perhaps it's a bit too much doing a 4 day hike within 2 weeks of the Inca Trail. We opted for doing Lake 69. The guy who works at the hostel said it's quite a tough trek, so he said if we wanted to do the other trek, do this one ...

A tent with a view - Cordillera Blanca's

A travel blog entry by beansontour


... have to sit at the bus until the 30 odd walkers were done in 5 hours, so we just kept going slow. The walk lead us through the flat valley floor before it started to zig-zag up the mountain side, even with the cloud the views were stunning. About 2 hours in we'd gotten over the first steep section onto an exposed windy flat but grassy area, where it began to rain, harder, and then hail, it didn't stop for about 30 mins, we were soaked to the bone and frozen! With my heart still beating ...



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