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Cordillera Blanca July-August 2013


Posted by glachap on Feb 14, 2013
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Activity Details

Date: Anytime
City or Place: Huaraz
Skill Level: Intermediate
Categories: Mountaineering
Partner Status: Want Partners

Description

Would like to fine partner(s) to hit some of the classic 5000 to 6000m of cordillera blanca.
Start with non-technical summit (Pisco, Chopi, Urus) and see from there.
I speak french and little spanish.
Fit and easygoing. Been to Peru last year.
Gimmy a shout.

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AndyJB444CB Partner

AndyJB444

Whats up man, I'll be climbing down in Huaraz from July 27-Aug. 18 and looking to do some similar climbs. If all goes well with the lower stuff I wouldn't mind giving a go on Huascaran or other D+-rated climbs.

Cheers,
Andy
Posted Feb 15, 2013 12:58 pm

jvonruedensounds good

jvonrueden

I'd be interested. Three climbs I'd be very interested in are Chopi, Huascaron, and Alpamayo.

My Spanish is pretty good, I can get by easily.
Posted Feb 19, 2013 5:26 am

logikalCB

logikal

Hi,
I would def. be interested in hearing more about your plans. I may potentially be available for a 3 week period and am interested in several of the peaks you mentioned in the post. Shoot me a PM if you are still looking for partners.

-Matt
Posted Feb 19, 2013 4:03 pm

Jakob adventure spirit?

Jakob

Hi everybody,

I would be in for some trips as well.
I have one month (July) planed for the cordilliera and if the weather is not too bed in Chile before I should arrive already acclimatized. The Alpamayo sounds great, the Huascaron pretty good as well. But more than that I would be interested in some less travelled (new??) ruts if we can find some.

Speaking Spanish German and English, quite some experience, but I have to do some ice training again.

hoping to hear from you

Jakob
Posted Mar 2, 2013 3:40 pm

CissaAug-Sept

Cissa

Hi all, also planning Cordillera Blanca. Will have a month. I´m considering Yanapacha, Chopicalqui, and then something on the lines of Alpamayo, or better yet Artesonraju. Looking mostly into technical, unknown peaks. I speak english, portuguese and spanish, been to Peru before as well.
Planning on staying for 4 weeks but have flexibility with dates.
Posted Mar 12, 2013 4:26 pm

cityg7CB

cityg7

Hi all,
Would be psyched to find others to climb peaks in Cordillera. My background is technical rock & ice but getting older and doing less technical. Like to take time, do it right with acclimation & good weather window. Up for the easier peaks and also moderate technical peaks. Lesser known peaks are great.
Have not been to Peru but climbed in Patagonia. English & small amount of Spanish.
Flexible on dates but prefer July to early Aug as that looks like typical best weather. 4-6 wks available.
Posted Apr 7, 2013 5:04 pm

 
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