Climb to the top of an ice-clad mountain in Peru with our qualified, professional guides.
Pisco is suitable for novice climbers looking for a challenge.
Spectacular views from the summit, across to the Cordillera Blanca.
Once you've conquered one, stay on in Huaraz for more treks and climbs.
We both thoroughly enjoyed our two weeks, particularly the trek itself and our ascent of Pisco. Our trip was very successful and the arrangements were seamless. Each of your team in Peru was extremely friendly and helpful.
Rodolfo was an excellent guide and I certainly learnt a lot from him - he is clearly a very experienced and well respected guide. Other highlights were the food on the trek (which certainly exceeded expectations); and the guest house in Huaraz which was excellent.
Thank you once again for your advice and assistance in organising our trek. Both David and myself would be more than happy to recommend Andean Trails to anyone wishing to undertake a similar holiday.
E. Macleod, Pisco climb
Bus from Huaraz to the start of the trek to Pisco base camp (L,D)
Trek to summit of Pisco (5,752m), return to base camp (B,L,D)
Trek from base camp to the road, bus to Huaraz, ends (B,L)
All transport to and from the trek and Huaraz, full board at mountain hut or camping equipment, water and meals on the trek, and English-speaking mountain guide.
International flights (we can look for these for you), insurance, tips, sleeping bags, climbing kit (ice axe, crampons etc (these can be hired) and items of a personal nature.
Prices From $595 / £480 per person
2019 price, per person, shared room basis
Based on two people on private trip
Longer climbs available
What's a group trip?
Join a small group of like-minded travellers on a guided trip.
Prices From $4,900 / £3,951 per person
Dates: From February 2018 to February 2020
Duration: 20 days
Capacity: 12 people
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What's a tailor made trip?
We put together a bespoke tour to fit your requirements.
Prices From $2,372 / £1,913 per person
Dates: From February 2019 to December 2020
Duration: 13 days
Capacity: 16 people
Prices From $726 / £585 per person
Duration: 3 days
Prices From $1,715 / £1,383 per person
Dates: From May 2019 to August 2019
Duration: 11 days
Prices From $1,299 / £1,048 per person
Dates: From May 2019 to September 2019
Duration: 18 days
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S Day, UK, 2010
» Santa Cruz Trek
The gastronomic tour was fantastic! The market tour was so interesting as it provided us with fun tastings and great photos. We also came to understand how Peru's produce came to be grown there, produced and of Peru's large exporting economy.
Don't even get us started on the ceviche! It was the Wow factor of the tour. Truly, it was outstanding. Having it prepared in front of us, just for us, was a delectable treat!
Our guide was awesome. He made us laugh and turned the hours together into an adventure. We loved the thatch roof restaurant that was a locales favourite and we understood why. We found out how to make 2 different Pisco Sours there and the bartender also made one of his favourite drinks for us to try.
The tour comes highly recommended! Thanks for arranging it for us.
M. Hrechkosy, Canada, 2014
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