I had planned on only going to the lower peak. I bushwhacked toward the saddle, starting from a third of the way up the normal trial. It was very thick brush and slow moving. I eventually got the the saddle and the lower peak. I didn't want to return though the brush, so I tried going on the steep hill up and over the forest. I ended up climbing high enough that it made more sense to just go to the top and take the normal trail down. I ended up climbing Ahuaca 4 more times in the next week.
Took a group of students up to the top. I didn't have much time so I climbed the cross and then went back down. Hitchhiked back.
Had the day off, so I went to see how close I could get from the upper peak to the lower via the saddle. Walked down the upper and got about level with the lower peak, but I couldn't continue because the rock was too steep.
Camped at the top with several friends from Cariamanga. Hiked up in the dark and we saw the famous Vizcacha on the rocks near the top. The moonlit clouds around the base were amazing.
We started at 5:00 pm and had only an hour and a half of day light left. It took us 1 hour to get up and half an hour to get down. Got to the top of the cross