Our Peru climbing and mountaineering courses and guided tours bring you the best or the Peruvian mountains.
The Andes that form these giant, ice-clad Peruvian peaks are a climber’s adventure playground.
Climbing in Peru is open to all – learn the basics on our courses, or experienced technical mountaineers can climb some of the most beautiful snow-capped peaks in the world.
We provide English-speaking, UIAGM qualified local mountain guides who will help you to the summit.
You climb and we organise the logistics. Our mountaineering trips are fully supported with porters, cooks, donkeys and back up teams.
Peru’s mighty array of glaciated mountains await the adventure traveller looking for a unique and challenging holiday.
It was a really wonderful trip, we both enjoyed it tremendously, the highlights were getting to the top of 2 mountains.
I found both ascents quite demanding, but it was exhilarating to reach the top and be rewarded with tremendous views.
A. Duff, Huaraz Climbing trip
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I would rate the Guide as 10/10, or maybe a 9/10- really excellent.
The cook was great also, as were the donkey drivers. Thanks for setting us up with such great people. The food was very good, 9/10. Maybe a few more potatoes than we bargained for.
The highlights were probably the summits, although the rest days after the summits were very nice.
P Green, USA, 2017
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S Day, UK, 2010
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