The el Misti is the real Primadonna volvano that steals the limelight. Otherwise chahchani is still a great view
I climbed Chachani with my dad in September 2012. Although it's almost 6,100 meters high, it's quite an easy climb. Because you can drive almost up to 5,000 meters, and then climb the rest. We opted to stay the night at about 5,300 meters instead of doing the whole climb in one day. In hindsight, I would have probably only... More
We would like to do this review as informative as possible because we had a difficult time to find any good information about this climb before we did it. Hope this will help some of you out there! To begin with we would like to say that we had zero experience in climbing up to a summit before and the... More
Downhill by bike it's a great experience for those people who doesn't have the time to do the Colca Canyon. We went to the top by car and we went down completely alone(but with the eventual support of our van) by bike. The view is amazing!
I did not hike these mountains. I did downhill biking. It was a lot of fun. But it was challenging! A couple of weeks later a group of my friends hiked them. Half of them didn't finish. This hike is CHALLENGING. I see a lot of travelers that come through here and never finish. Most tour companies will tell you... More
An overnight climb from Arequipa, Chachani is a very accessible 6000m mountain. With incredible views, snowy slopes although nothing technical, this is a great place for seasoned trekkers / aspiring mountaineers to get higher for a good price.
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