The Cordillera Blanca is a mountain range extending almost 120kms from north to south and is about 20km wide. Most of the Cordillera Blanca falls within the boundaries of the Huascaran National Park and offers a huge variety of unique plant life, flowers and wildlife which come under the protection of the national park.
The Cordillera Blanca includes more than 50 peaks of altitude more than 5500m and a multitude of lakes and mountain streams.
Enjoy a Peru trekking & hiking adventure in the company of our professional local guide and trek crew. Peru trekking offers a unique experience, combining the delights of hiking around spectacular mountains and lakes with superior personalized service. Our trek crews take great pleasure in sharing the magic of their world with you and they will consider you to be their special guest and friend.
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These are just some of our most popular Peru treks and hikes. Our descriptions of treks are a summary only; Contact us for a detailed description, details and prices. We can also “tailor” make a special trek to suit your requests or plans, just let us know what you would like to do.
COMBINE your Cordillera Blanca Trek experience with a visit to CUSCO TO MACHU PICCHU for some exciting TREKS TOURS and also trek THE FAMOUS INCA TRAIL or the Alternative inca trail treks to LARES, SALCANTAY or CHOQUEQUIRAO
Good acclimatisation to the altitude is important before starting any trek. We recommend that you arrive in Huaraz at least two days before your trek starts so that you have time to start acclimatising. We can recommend and organise suitable day hikes to help with the acclimatisation process.
See our Day Hikes in the Cordillera Blanca page for options
During treks we use donkeys to carry camping & cooking equipment, tents, food and your personal bag. You only carry a light day pack with camera, snacks, water bottle, warm jacket etc. Our guides and crew are very experienced and know how to manage trekking at altitude. We always walk slowly, take plenty of rest breaks and make sure that you have plenty of boiled water to drink.
For those not so keen to do multi day trekking trips, there are options for easy hiking and camping, day tours by vehicle to see beautiful lakes or glaciers and cultural tours to visit pre-Inca ruins.