Los Tambos

Puente Bolognesi 129, Arequipa, Peru
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misti, chachani, coropuna

by palamede

my name is daniel and i would like to hear from vt members with experience on climbing v. misti, chachani and coropuna. Thanks. daniel

Re: misti, chachani, coropuna

by ellismichael62

Hello Daniel;
Chachani I climbed several years ago. Was fun just a simple really trekking peak just the only pron=blem a 6000 meter trekking peak. The thing is where are yo coming from. If from Cusco and you did something like the Ausengate trek then sure go for it por in Huaraz and di like the Santa Cruz trek. It kind of is just a volcano that just comes up with no real mountain range which is the same for Coropuna, which I climbed two years ago. It is a Ad climb more vertical and higer probaly a AD climb great for someone who has climbed a littlr and is near ready to step up to more difficult climbs plus it is hard to get to and local buses well are that great South American slow riding bumpy ride. www.summitpost.org has some great info from various climbers. I actually will be in Arerquipa to visit friends in May, so maybe I ll see you there except I will not be climbing. Hope this helps in some way. Oh yes there is a guide there named Carlos Zarate who could either be your guide or you could look him up on the web, I think he still guides climbs out of Arequipa.
Hope you have a great time;
Michael Ellis

Travel Tips for Arequipa

Trekking along the canyon

by Amareyui

The tour I joined included two 30 minutes walk along the canyon. That's not good enough, but it's always like that when joining tours.
I read from my guidebook that there are some 7-days hike available, which seems quite interesting. If someone has done that before, please message me to let me know how it is.

Plaza de Armas

by Amareyui

This plaza is where Arequipa gets the name, the "White City", from. The plain white building in the plaza has a tone quite similar to the ones from Spanish cities like Madrid. Better still, the buildings mesh well with the volcanoes in the back of the city's sightline. Adds to the mix some palm trees and birds, Arequipa's Plaza de Armas is quite surely the most beautiful among its numerous peers in other Peruvian towns.

Yanahuara Belvedere

by besbel

Yanahuara Belvedere consists on arches made of the lavastone known as ashlar ("sillar", in Spanish). This rock had been carved and decorated with Spanish poetic excerpts.
From this belvedere from where you can have the best view of Arequipa, the outside field and the Misti volcano.


by toonsarah

Arequipa made a great first stop on our tour of Peru and we wished we'd stayed longer than the one day we'd built into our schedule. We stayed in a very good hotel, the Pousada del Ponte and spent our day exploring the city, especially the beautiful Santa Catalina Convent. We also enjoyed La Compañía Church and the museum where the Ice Mummy Juanita is displayed.

Arequipa is also a good place to adjust to high altitude as it's about 1,000 metres lower than many of the other tourist destinations in Peru such as Lake Titicaca and Cusco. And the setting, surrounded by volcanoes, is beautiful.


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Address: Puente Bolognesi 129, Arequipa, Peru