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CHACHANI 6090 m


CHACHANI 6090 m

Ø  Route: Inca Trail and North Face (New Route)

Ø  Degree of difficulty: No technical difficulty. Good physical condition

Ø  Duration: 2D / 1N

Ø  Type of Service: Shared Service


FIRST DAY: Departure from Arequipa early. Arrival at the end of mobility on 5 000 m. Begin the climb up an Inka trail to the "Inka Field" until 5 250 m. With about two hours of travel. Arrive before noon. Lunch. Panoramic view of the National Reserve of Aguada Blanca and Salinas. Installation of the Camp. Dinner and overnight.

SECOND DAY: Early breakfast. Beginning of ascension. Spectacular view of the Volcanic Cordillera del Sur of Peru and the towns of Quiscos and Uyupampa. The trail is along the North Arista del Chachani with breathtaking views of the Ampato, Sabancaya and Hualca Hualca Nevados, all conforming to the Ampato Mountain Range. We continue along the path until we reach the "ante cima" formed by the main Crater of the Chachani about 6 000 m. Arrival at the summit before noon after five to six hours of walking. Return in an hour and a half to Campo Alto. Descent to our mobility. Arrival in Arequipa in the afternoon before 5:30 p.m.

MINIMUM AND INDISPENSABLE EQUIPMENT

- Tent                                       - Sleeping bag                                               - Cowl covers
- Flask                                      - First aid kit                                         - Front lamp
- Piolet                                                - Crampons                                        - Large backpack
- Outerwear                            - Kitchenware                                     - Small backpack
- Sunglasses                            - Walking sticks                                   - Dishes, cups, spoons


                                               LIST OF BASIC FOODS

I.- WATER
- 5 liters

II.- FOOD FOR COOKING
- Soups and creams
- Mashed potatoes, precooked quinoa, oats
- Pasta (spaghetti or noodles)
- Canned tuna steak
- Chicken meat, eggs, cheese
- Tomato sauce
- Tea, chamomile, anise, lemon grass, coffee, coca mate

III.- WALKING FOOD (suggested)
- Assorted cookies (sweet and salty), bread
- Dried fruits and fresh fruits
- Ham, cheese, jam
- Chocolates, nougat and assorted caramels.

SERVICE INCLUDES

Personal
- Official Mountain Guide
- Porter (optional if requested by the client)

Mobility
- Mobility 4 x 4 (depending on the number of passengers)

Feeding
- A dinner the first day
- A breakfast the second day

Camping and mountain equipment
- Two-person tents, crampons, ice axes, flask, kitchen utensils.

Safety equipment
- First aid kit, radios, cell phones.

                                       SERVICE DOES NOT INCLUDE

- Sleeping bag, sunglasses, walking sticks, head lamp, boots, large backpack, small backpack
- Lunch (Lunch)
- Porter


Ø  Boots, sticks and backpacks can be rented at s / 20.00 per equipment.
Ø  Headlights and sunglasses to s / 10.00 per equipment.
Ø  The porter service is 200.00 soles for two days.

                                                  IMPORTANT NOTE

• The Main Guide will coordinate with the Auxiliary Guide and / or porters the descent of the passenger who decides to return to the Base Camp due to tiredness or others, so that he does not walk alone in the mountains. Customers will bring all their personal equipment on the day of the ascent, such as warm clothing, crampons, ice axes, water, sunglasses, etc.
• On the first day the porters (if they have them) will only carry the tents, water and food, with a maximum of 20 kg. By contracted carrier. Customers will bring all their personal equipment such as sleeping bags, etc.
• If any member of the group (Client) decides to descend to Arequipa before the General Program, the costs of this decision as transport, food, lodging, etc. Will be assumed by the latter.
• If there are changes in the Itinerary due to weather, physical, mental and technical conditions, they will not be the responsibility of the organization D. S. 028-2004 Mountain Guides REGULATIONS.
• Personal Equipment such as warm clothing, sunglasses, backpacks, walking sticks, boots, crampons, etc. They are not included in the service.
• Movements 4 x 4 after leaving the passengers will return to Arequipa to board the next day and at the agreed time.