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Bolivia has splendid climbing and mountaineering tours for every level of climber.
The Bolivian Andes are a climber’s mecca with its the vast array of snow-capped peaks.
First timers to experienced technical mountaineers can enjoy a variety of climbing holidays.
Beginners can learn the skills and techniques necessary to safely trek and climb glaciated mountains.
For experienced mountaineers we have qualified guides and full back up teams so you can take on more higher peaks.
Parinacota and Sajama (the highest peak in Bolivia) offer great challenges, as do other peaks in the Cordillera Real.
I have to say, it was an utter pleasure to have your team look after us.
The highlight for us was summiting Huyana as the sun broke across the Cordillera Real. Casting a triangular shadow to the West stretching out to Lake Titicaca. The descent was also magical, seeing the terrain we'd hiked in the dark in all is spectacular icy glory.
Maria was our cook the whole time and was exceptional. She is a bubbly character and a joy to be around. She also made fresh espresso for me at every opportunity - no other parties on the mountain had this service.
Osvaldo is a credit to his profession. Our every need was catered for and the organisation was exemplary. He even brought along extra clothing to make sure we were comfortable. It was his fastidious attention to our and others needs that stood out.
T. Foster, climb Huayna Potosi
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P. Powell, UK, 2010
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Thanks to Osvaldo, Sergio and Maria we got to the top of Huayna Potosi safely and felt that our needs were the highest priority at all times. It was clear that this is not the case with other guides. Some were rude to their guests in front of us.
Highlight - Summiting Huyana as the sun broke across the Cordillera Real. Casting a triangular shadow to the west stretching out to Lake Titicaca. The descent was also magical, seeing the terrain we'd hiked in the dark in all is spectacular icy glory. In particular stopping to peer deep into a 40m deep crevasse.
T Foster ,UK, 2016
» Climb Huayna Potosi in Bolivia
@ecocamp_travel Wow wish we were there!
2nd September, 2020 10:07 am
How do I successfully achieve high altitude acclimatisation? This is the question that anyone travelling to the high altitude Andean areas of Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina or Colombia should be asking themselves. Successful acclimatisation will make a huge difference to your visit. It will mean you have a much safer and more enjoyable experience, whether trekking or climbing high Andean peaks. Over the past 25 years I have been up many 5,000 m plus peaks and trekked many fabulous routes in the Andes. I have suffered altitude headaches, lethargy, loss of appetite and certainly lack of breath when trying …
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