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Climbing and Mountaineering

Bolivia has some of the world’s least climbed peaks over 6000m as well as a vast range for beginners. Let us take you on the mountain less travelled…

Illimani (6439m)

Illimani is both the highest and the southern most peak in the Cordillera Real.

Illampu (6368m)

Illampu (6368m) is the northern most mountain in the Cordillera Real, and according to indigenous folklore is considered the King of the mountains.

Climbing Huayna Potosi (6088m) 2 days or 3 days

Huayna Potosi (6088m) in the Bolivian Cordillera Real is one of the classic climbs of the country and towering up to the northeast of La Paz, is a landmark in the capit

Condoriri, Pequeño Alpamayo (5370m) and Cabeza del Condor (5648m)

The Condoriri massif consists of 13 different peaks each requiring different climbing abilities depending on the ascent.

Chaupi Orco (6044m)

Chaupi Orco (6044m) is the highest mountain in the Cordillera Apolobamba mountain range which is located in the north of Bolivia near lake Titicaca and the Peruvian Bor

Ojo’s Del Salado (6893m) With Aconcagua (6962m)

The high desert of the Chilean plateau east of Copiapó, above Chañaral, is well known by world mountaineers for having the highest concentration six thousand meter peaks in the world.

Aconcagua (6962m) Via Valle De Vacas and across to Plaza De Mules

Santiago, a dynamic modern city stunningly located between the Andes and the Pacific Ocean.