Categoría: Adventure

The southwest buttress of Taulliraju Cordillera Blanca, Peru
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24 mayo, 201628 febrero, 2019

The southwest buttress of Taulliraju Cordillera Blanca, Peru

Translated from the native Quechuan, Taulliraju means flower of Ice. It´s an apt description of a peak straight out of a climbers flight of fancy. Hovering over the ancient Incan pass of Punta Union like a crystal humming, the mountain itself is at its most alluring and mystical in late afternoon light, with clouds swirling...

The south face of trapecio the ayatollah´s wife
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24 mayo, 201628 febrero, 2019

The south face of trapecio the ayatollah´s wife

CORDILLERA HUAYHUASH, PERU The trek around Peru´s Cordillera Huayhuash is among the most engaging I´ve ever done, one of the the world´s classic walks. Beginning in Chiquian on the northwest side of the range, thecomplete 100 mile circumnavigation can be done in an extremely comfortable 10 to 15 days. There is fantastic fishing in lakes...

Chakinani
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24 mayo, 201628 febrero, 2019

Chakinani

Chaki: foot. Nani: trail, Foot trail – or single track. If there’s one word you should learn as a mountain biker in Peru, Chakinani should be it. It’s Quechuan, the language of the Incas, whose vast, pre-Hispanic empire erupted from the Peruvian highlands in the 13th Century, before engulfing the South American continent all the...

PUCAHIRCA: Northwest Face, The “Character” of the Climb
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24 mayo, 201628 febrero, 2019

PUCAHIRCA: Northwest Face, The “Character” of the Climb

It was amazing to climb with young and competent Thaddeus Josephson from Bozeman, Montana. He is such a strong climber. He was totally new to multi-day, high altitude climbing. Yet, he rose to the challenge every day and met our huge project with grace, good humor and stamina. He was impressive. Thaddeus had little background...

Two wheels, one heart
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24 mayo, 201428 febrero, 2019

Two wheels, one heart

We are passionate about travelling by motorcycle and contrary to what many travelers might think we like to ride as a group. The different thoughts and ideas shared with each other are additional ingredients that add to our spirit of adventure. Due to the suggestion by an Ecuadorian Motorcyclist we found our way to Huaraz...