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This Alpamayo Trekking This cultural trip is suitable for all mountain lovers who enjoy hiking and trekking extensively and on remote routes. The first part of the trip around Cusco and in the Valle Sagrado is the best way to acclimatize for the Andean highlands around Huaraz. This is why we first travel to Machu Picchu and then to Huaraz on this trek. Relaxation and cultural highlights are not neglected either, whether strolling around Cusco or enjoying the nightlife in Lima at the end of the trip. We sleep in selected premium hotels in the cities and at the Alpamayo Trekking authentically in simple expedition tents. Extend the trip with the summit tour to Toccllaraju or Ishinca or add three days for a visit to the Amazon basin.

The Cordillera Blanca in Peru is one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in South America. The region is popular with many mountaineers from all over the world, as it is home to perfect glacier peaks that rise up into the blue sky. One that is considered "the most beautiful" is certainly the Alpamayo. Crystal-clear lagoons reflect these mountain peaks in the water and we follow the ancient paths of the Incas over steep passes to even more beautiful views on the Alpamayo trek. The almost subtropical vegetation and the abundance of grain and vegetables on the sunny slopes form an exciting contrast to the snow-covered mountain peaks and wild glaciers high above. The city of Huaraz is the economic center of the area, also the beginning and end of this trek. A visit to Cusco with the Valle Sagrado and the famous Inca fortress of Machu Picchu is of course a must on this trip to the Andean highlands. If you have ambitions for a 6000-metre peak, you can climb the Alpamayo climb with the private guide and Hermann Berie on the shapely Tocllaraju (6034 m). At the end of the trip you will enjoy the urban life and fine fish dishes in Lima and if you like, surf on the waves of the Pacific Ocean.

BERIE Plus points

  • Management and leadership: Mountain guide Hermann Berie
  • With friendly mountain guides from Huaraz
  • we have the best contacts in the area
  • excellent acclimatization
  • Cusco, Machu Picchu and Valle Sagrado
  • lonely trekking tour with tents
  • very good hotels
  • fine, local food, cool bars in the cities
  • optional: the steep glacier mountain Tocallaraju (6034 m)
  • or: the glaciated Ishinca (5530 m)


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