Steel Guest House

Address: Jr. Alejandro Maguina 1467, Huaraz, Peru | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Jr. Alejandro Maguina 1467, Huaraz, is near Parque Nacional Huascaran, Archaeological Site of Chavin, Plaza de Armas, and Monumento Nacional Wilcahuain Ruin.
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Travel Blogs from Huaraz

Day 279: Huaraz, Peru

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Apr 14, 2015

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... no one else. A little bit of kindness goes a long way. Nobody deserves to be treated the way that man treated Tony and I was happy that I was in a position that I could actually say/do something about it. This is not normally the case. While I soaked my hammock in the bleach mixture, I decided to stay on the roof and play some guitar and song some songs by myself. Within minutes there was an entire group of people surrounding me and taking videos. It was pretty cool. But not ...

A choice, to Breath or to Speak

A travel blog entry by skdude on Oct 09, 2014

... of distance. Pausing to eat some food our guide informed us that we were half way. It was a hard moment to take after the excitement of thinking we had almost made it. An hour and a half later the sun was streaking over the crests of the mountain range and just rose as we scrambled up the most terrifying section of the walk. It appeared that the ice sheet we were to walk on would crumble under our weight and that the only result would be a ...

Hiking to Laguna 69

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Sep 30, 2014

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... be taking off at 11am, which is a great time.  It means I can finally sleep in a little bit.  It’s 8:45pm now and I’m already feeling like I could fall asleep.  That hike really took it out of me, but I’m pretty proud of myself for making it.  It also gives me a lot of confidence for my trek to Machu Picchu, because today I hiked to 4,600m, and Machu Picchu is only 2,400m.  The altitude shouldn’t be an issue for me at all ...

The time I trekked. Huaraz Peru. Beautiful

A travel blog entry by cracka on Sep 06, 2014

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... its grassy edge the trees looked dead and their moss covered arms croaked in the wind. Resting by the lake everyone got out there lunch and sipped their water... I'd eaten and drank everything hours ago... When we next rested we were told it was three more hours - ten kilometres to camp. Ten kilometres... there are ten football fields in one kilometre, that means we will get there after one hundred football fields, I can do that, I love football fields. A dusty ...

Early Arrival to Huaraz

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Aug 14, 2014

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... was stunning. The mountainous region around Hauraz, the Cordillera Blanca, has 22 ostentatious summits over 6,000m making it the highest mountain range in the world outside the Himalayas. The highest peaks were all snow capped and some even with glaciers.

Despite being just over 3,000m above sea level, it was surprisingly warm in the town. In shorts and t-shirt, we walked to Plaza de Armas and then around the surrounding streets. The tourist ...