Huaraz – Pastoruri Glacier & The Climate Change Route

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It belongs to the Cordillera Blanca, with its imposing 5,240 masl makes it the attraction of thousands of tourists, especially lovers of adventure. This also highlights its flora such as La Puya Raimondi and fauna with Vicunas, pumas, deer, Andean fox and others. Due to climate change it has become an interesting route since drastic changes can be appreciated for the same effect.

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What's included?

Tour Includes

  • Shared service transportation.
  • Official guide included in Spanish language.
  • Entrances fees.
  • Permanent assistance.

Tour Excludes

  • Air and land tickets.
  • Arrival and departure transfers in Huaraz.
  • Drinks and food.
  • Extras.

Recomendations

  • Comfortable hiking shoes.
  • Cotton clothing (light and warm).
  • Jacket / rain poncho.
  • Personal water bottle.
  • Sunblock, sunglasses and cap.
Itinerary

Day 1Pastoruri Glacier & The Climate change route

(Starting and ending in Huaraz – Full day tour)
Pick up from the hotel to go south of Huaylas Alley by the highway to Pachacoto, stop in the gasified waters of Puma Pampa, the most beautiful exponent of the Andean flora: “La Puya de Raimondi” known for having the largest inflorescence of the world, rock art paintings; arriving at the parking of the glacier we begin the ascent towards Pastoruri (5,000m) 45 minutes (optionally you can rent horses); As a security measure, the entrance to the glacier is not allowed, it is in an accelerated process of deglaciation due to the effects of climate change, which has formed a lagoon on the edge of the glacier where you can see blocks of ice floating.