Real Hotel Huascaran

Av. centenario Cuadra 10 s/n, Independencia, Huaraz, Peru | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by ccchrissie


... an ascent of 200m from the car park, to take us to 5000m at the foot of the glacier – had grabbed some coca sweets (the leaves taste horrible) to help but not sure they were needed as felt OK. Great to see the glacier up close though not the staggering icy blue you sometimes see – there was another very tall, sheer, calving type glacier adjacent but inaccessible due to an icy lake. Not allowed on top – receding fast and shallow snow cover ...

Up the River Santa to Huaraz

A travel blog entry by jim.coates


... that gets no snow (Cordillera Negra). The earthquake shook loose a huge chunk of rock and ice and snow from Huascarán -- the highest mountain in Perú. The avalanche cascaded down into the valley, destroying two cities almost completely -- Yungay and Ranrahirca. Two years later, I volunteered to work with Church World Service in their earthquake rehabilitation program in the valley. It was centered in Aija, in the Cordillera Negra. As ...

Trying to touch the void!

A travel blog entry by nloon


... in a tent in the rain to walk for just an hour or so on the 4th day wasn't so appealing!! Not to make it sound like we didn't enjoy it, despite the not so super weather we had a great time. Our group were great craic and consisted of a Canadian guy, a Czech girl, an American guy and a Danish couple (1/2 of whom was officially Icelandic). All really sound and up for a laugh and all with perfect English which made things very easy! ...

Sock eating cows and a Paramount mountain

A travel blog entry by gretchenwolf


... trekker when surrounded in camp by multiple cows and donkeys; Do NOT lay your sweaty, salty clothing out to dry within reach of livestock. It will inevitably get ingested by hungry cattle. My fellow trekkers learned this the ***********e shirt and a solo sock, down, lost to the multiple stomach chambers of the resident cow. *I somehow neglected to bring my nifty lantern/flashlight on this trek. I know, right? And, of course, I had to leave my tent in the very dark hours of ...

Huaraz National Parks

A travel blog entry by lisannelee


... on these hikes, since the views of the glaciers (actually they call it glaciers, but to me it looks more like two icebergs) and lakes were absolutely spectacular and I can honestly say that these national parks, along with Valle de Cocora (near Salento), have been the most stunning places that I have visited to date, since the start of my ...


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