Vallunaraju Additions and Corrections
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|Base Camp at 4300 is fine, but you need to get up very early to reach the summit. You can also camp at waht is called Moraine Camp. At about 4800m , this will save some 2h00 of sleep. When we where there, a bunch of people, including a Peruvian guide, got their stuff stolen (sleeping bags, boots, etc). I recommend hiding you stuff before going up.|
|Posted Jul 25, 2003 9:58 am|
|Rafa Bartolome||Untitled Comment|
|Only map available of 1997 (2ªed): IGN of Perú, Huari, serie J631, Sheet 1452 (19-i). 1:100.000. This map don't had the names of the main mountains, but the lines of level are O.K. (Vallunaraju or Ishinca don't appear with name in the map)|
|Posted Aug 25, 2004 2:23 pm|
Along the road to the Llaca valley I encountered a park ranger who checked park passes and wanted the itinerary document.
However, on another trip to a different valley, the park ranger there had no clue as to what the itinerary document was for, so I could have entered without one. I guess that not all the park rangers know about this new rule and document.
|Posted Jun 22, 2011 2:37 pm|
|The road must have improved a lot, because I 'only' paid 120 Soles for the taxi to drive me from Huaraz to the refuge (which, by the way, is currently closed for business as it is being upgraded).|
On the way back, I hitched a ride in one of the several cars driving people in and out, and paid 50 Soles.
|Posted Jun 22, 2011 2:41 pm|
|Boriss Andean||Re: Getting there|
|Thank you Rob for the updates. I posted them already. I appreciate it!|
|Posted Jun 23, 2011 6:08 pm|
|Now in 2017 the robberies are still there!!! They came up to the high camp at 4450m while we were on the summit! Take care and watch out! And don't leave your staff there unattended! I'm sure now, that there are some locals who spy the people while going up to the High Camp! Anyway....it's a beautiful mountain and a very good view!|
|Posted Jun 15, 2017 11:51 am|