Huayhuash Trek and Climbing nevado Diablo Mudo

Huayhuash Trek and Climbing nevado Diablo Mudo

Trekking & Climbing Cordillera Huayhuash (Waywash)

Este trekking es considerado como una de las más hermosas del mundo ya nos muestra plenamente la magnitud y la belleza de las cumbres nevadas y lagunas de la Cordillera Huayhuash, incluyendo Yerupajá la segunda montaña más alta del Perú y el Siula Grande hecha famoso por el escalador Joe Simpson en "Touching the Avoid".

Este programa esta desarrollado para los amantes de la caminata combinado con la ascención a una montaña no tecnica, Diablo Mudo[1] (5,427 m).

1. Rahu Qulluta: Suyruqucha or Diablo Mudo

Duration: 10 days
Highest altitude in trekking: 5,050 m (Punta Cuyoc Pass)
Diablo Mudo Summit: 5,427 m
Difficulty: Moderate
Recommended: May to October


B = Breakfast  L = Lunch  D = Dinner  Δ = Camp


Day 01: Huaraz - Chiquian - Llamac - Pocpa - Quartelhuain (4,170 m)
Traslado en transporte hacia al sur de Huaraz, durante el trayecto pasaremos por varios pueblos tipicos y finalmente arribamos a Quartelhuain donde instalaremos nuestro primer campamento.

» Driving time: 6 hours
» Campsite: Quartelhuain (4,170 m)

Day 02: Quartelhuain - Cacananpunta Pass (4,700 m) - Mitucocha
Salimos de Quartelhuain con dirección a nuestro primer paso Cacananpunta, para finalmente llegar al campamento en Mitucocha.

» Hiking time: 4 - 5 hours approx.
» Campsite: Mitucocha (4,230 m)

Day 03: Mitucocha - Punta Carhuac Pass (4,650 m) - Laguna Carhuacocha
Este dia salimos con direccion al segundo paso Carhuac desde donde tendremos unas espectaculares vistas de los nevados Siula y Yerupaja para finalmente llegar a Carhuacocha.

» Hiking time: 5 - 6 hours approx.
» Campsite: Carhuacocha (4,100 m)

Day 04: Carhuacocha - Siula Pass (4,830 m) - Huayhuash
Este dia tendremos unas exelentes vistas de las lagunas Quesillococha, Siula y Gangrajanca, la famosa fotografia del Huayhuash trek donde de puede apreciar 3 lagunas.

» Hiking time: 5 - 6 hours approx.
» Campsite: Huayhuash (4,350 m)

Day 05: Huayhuash - Portachuelo Pass (4,780 m) - Laguna Viconga (Hot Springs)
Este día la caminata nos aproxima hacia el extremo sur de la Cordillera Huayhuash para luego ascender al paso Portachuelo desde donde podremos apreciar la vista de la cordillera Raura. Finalmente arribamos a la Laguna Viconga y los baños termales. "Este día podremos relajarnos en las aguas termales".

» Hiking time: 5 hours approx.
» Campsite: Viconga (Hot Springs 4,365 m)

Day 06: Viconga - Cuyoc Pass (5,050 m) - San Antonio Pass (5,079 m) - Huanacpatay
Este día nuestro objetivo sera cruzar el paso Cuyoc punto más alto de la caminata, desde donde se obtiene espléndidas vistas de los nevados: Cuyoc, Puscanturpa, Trapecio, Siula, Yerupaja, Sarapo y Jurao.

» Hiking time: 8 hours approx.
» Campsite: Huanacpatay (4,250 m)

Day 07: Huanacpatay - Huayllapa (3,490 m) - Huatiaq
Este dia pasaremos por Huayllapa un pueblo tipico de la región, aqui es posible comprar bebidas y/o comida, finalmnete llegamos a nuestro campamento en Huatiaq.

» Hiking time: 6 - 7 hours approx.
» Campsite: Huatiaq (4,300 m)

Day 08: Huatiaq - Tapush Pass (4,770 m) - Gashpapampa
Este dia cruzaremos el paso Tapush Punta para finalmente llegar a Gashpapampa y prepararnos para ascender al nevado Raju Collota (Diablo Mudo)

» Hiking time: 4 - 5 hours approx.
» Campsite: Gashpapampa (-- m)

Day 09: Gashpapampa - Diablo Mudo Summit (5,427 m) - Laguna Jahuacocha
Este dia sera un poco duro porque ascenderemos al Nevado Raju Collota (Diablo Mudo).

» Hiking time: 4 hours approx.
» Climbing time: 5 hours approx.
» Campsite: Jahuacocha (4,150 m)

Day 10: Laguna Jahuacocha - Pampa Llamac Pass (4,300 m) - Huaraz
Este último día descenderemos por la quebrada Huayllan pasando entre ichus y quenuales hasta llegar al pueblo de Llamac donde nos espera nuestro transporte para trasladarnos a la ciudad de Huaraz.

» Hiking time: 3 - 4 hours approx.
» Driving time: 4 hours


Price Includes:
  • Briefing: Before your trek, you will have a trek briefing at your hotel or our office with your guide and other trekkers in your group.
  • Transportation: From your hotel in Huaraz to the starting point of the trek, and from the end of the trek to your hotel in Huaraz.
  • Equipment: We use the best quality mountain tents (2 people per tent) and personal mat. Single tents are available USD 30. Additional charge
  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner (option for vegetarians or vegans).
  • All kitchen and dining equipment are provided so that clients to enjoy their meals, including chairs and dishes.
  • Guide: Certified trekking guide (English or Spanish speaking) for another language by request.
  • Cook: Cook trained to prepare varied and healthy dishes.
  • Arriero: In charge of loading the donkeys and driving them.
  • Donkeys: The number of donkeys depends on the size of the group.
  • Duffel bag: that will be with the donkeys while you hike. This bag should not exceed 7kg/15lbs. and needs to include your sleeping bag and personal belongings. During the day you will only carry your daypack with items for personal use.
  • Emergency horse: 1 horse will accompany the group in case of emergency.
  • First aid kit.

Not included:
  • Entrance fee to the Huascaran National Park. [See rates]
  • Personal trekking equipment: Sleeping bag, trekking shoes or boots, waterproof jacket and/or pants, backpack, etc.
  • Extra food or drinks in the villages.
  • Medical care or insurance.
  • Emergency rescue or evacuation.
  • Additional expenses as a result of leaving the trek early.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Breakfast the first day/lunch and dinner the last day.
  • Hotel in Huaraz.
  • Tips (Optional).

Departures & Prices

Price Season 2024

Private or Luxury Service according of the number of people, Please contact us and get a free quote.


We don’t have scheduled departures yet.


  1. Where do the hikes start and end?

  2. The hikes start and end in the city of Huaraz - Ancash.

  3. How to get to Huaraz?

  4. By air: Anta Airport (ATA, Comandante FAP Germán Arias Graziani Airport) is currently only for domestic flights, so all international travelers by air must disembark in Lima and go through customs.

    • The best way to get to Huaraz is by air, currently there is only one airline operating: LATAM.
    • Flight time: 1 hour 10 minutes.
    By land: This is the most common route, with a paved road of 404 km from Lima. Try to book the bus cama service for a more comfortable journey and rest during the trip.

  5. What is the recommended season for trekking in Peru?

  6. The recommended months for the Cordillera Blanca and Huayhuash are from May to October. Although the trek can be done all year round, you just need good clothing to protect yourself from the rains.

  7. Planning a trip and looking for a group trek?

  8. Book at least 3 months in advance and enjoy:

    • Date of your choice: We set the date you choose and adapt the trek to your itinerary.
    • Guaranteed group: We make sure to find participants for the group, with a minimum of 4 people and a maximum of 10.
    • Departure guaranteed: We guarantee the trek will take place.

  9. How many people are there on a trek?

  10. Private service: We guarantee the trek only with the members of your group and departures can be scheduled on the day of your choice.
    Group service: The group size will vary depending on the date, with group sizes being (min. 4 people / max. 10 people).

  11. Group Tours

  12. In group hikes, you will enjoy the company of people of different ages and hiking experiences. By accepting a group tour, we understand that each person has their own pace, so don't worry if you are slower or faster than others. The guide will adapt to the group and ensure that everyone enjoys the hike.

  13. What to bring for hiking?

    • ESSENTIAL: Daily use backpack (recommended 20L to 40L), Water bottle or Camelbak, Comfortable hiking boots (lightweight with good soles), Quick-drying comfortable hiking pants.
    • TOILETRIES: Sunscreen, Moisturizer, Insect repellent, Hand sanitizer, Wet wipes, Toothbrush and paste, Toilet paper, Personal medication, Blister protectors, etc.
    • DUFFLE BAG: T-shirts or shirts, pants, underwear, hiking socks, fleece or polar, warm jacket it gets very cold at night, Headlamp, Waterproof gloves, Sandals or comfortable shoes for the camp, External batteries or Power Bank There is no place to plug in while walking!, Sleeping bag We recommend -10°C at least.
    • IN YOUR BACKPACK: sun hat, wool hat, Waterproof jacket/rain poncho, Camera, cell phone, Hand sanitizer, Toilet paper and small plastic bag for waste, personal documents, Extra money for drinks, tips, or other expenses.

  14. Is it possible to rent trekking equipment in Huaraz?

  15. Yes, you can see the cost of some equipment HERE.

  16. Do you organize transfers/pickups from the airport?

  17. We organize transfers in Lima, Huaraz, and other cities in Peru; we also offer tailor-made tourist packages throughout Peru. If you prefer a more personalized service, please write to us at the following email

  18. Is it possible to include accommodation before/after the hike?

  19. Yes. if you want to quote this itinerary with accommodation included, write to us at, indicating date of arrival and departure, hotel category, number of people, and preferred room type.

  20. How likely is it to suffer from altitude sickness during the hike?

  21. All hikes reach more than 4,000 meters in altitude, so it is likely to suffer from altitude sickness. We recommend doing some activities in the Huaraz area before starting your hike to have a better experience.
    We invite you to visit our acclimatization tours page.

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