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Condoriri Integration

Condoriri Integration

Country: Bolivia


5.300 m/17.388 ft

5.320 m/17.1653 ft

6.088 m/19.973 ft

Duration: 7 days

Packages: From $us 1000

Disfruta de una experiencia única que combina la belleza del pintoresco pueblo de Copacabana, ubicado en las orillas del lago Titikaka, con la emoción de escalar los picos Austria, Pequeño Alpamayo y Huayna Potosí. Este exclusivo paquete te brinda la oportunidad de sumergirte en la cultura local, explorar las maravillas naturales del lago Titikaka y desafiar tus habilidades de escalada en algunas de las montañas más icónicas de Bolivia. Vive la aventura de un día inolvidable mientras admiras paisajes impresionantes, te conectas con la naturaleza y te superas a ti mismo en cada ascenso. Embárcate en esta experiencia incomparable que combina cultura, naturaleza y desafío en un solo paquete.

La Paz – Isla del Sol (12,598 feet above sea level). Departure from La Paz very early in the morning heading to Copacabana, a 4-hour journey by vehicle. After lunch, the journey continues by boat for 2 to 3 hours towards Isla del Sol, reaching the Pilkokaina temple for good acclimatization. Rest for the night in a rustic and comfortable hotel on the island.

Isla del Sol – Rinconada (15,256 feet above sea level). Departure from the village of Sjama heading to the high camp of Parinacota in a 4×4 vehicle, reaching an altitude of 5700 meters above sea level. Passing through a bofedal that nourishes the region’s animals and crossing the deserts surrounding the flat plains, arrive at the refuge to spend the night.

Pico Austria (17,388 feet above sea level). A day of acclimatization heading towards Pico Austria, and then returning to the base camp located on the edge of the Condoriri lagoon.

Pequeño Alpamayo (17,457 feet above sea level). Departure at 4:00 am heading to the summit of Pequeño Alpamayo at 5320 meters above sea level, with a 5 to 6-hour hike to appreciate the Cordillera Real. Return to the base camp afterward.

Base Camp Huayna Potosi (15,419 feet above sea level). Departure from the Condoriri base camp to Rinconada, where you will meet the vehicles. A 2-hour hike and then a 4-hour drive to the Huayna Potosi base camp at 4700 meters above sea level. Rest in a comfortable refuge.

Base Camp – High Camp (18,143 feet above sea level). Departure from the base camp to the high camp, a peaceful 3 to 4-hour hike reaching 5530 meters above sea level. Rest in a refuge.

High Camp – Summit (19,974 feet above sea level). Departure from the high camp at 3:00 am heading to the summit at 6088 meters above sea level. A 7 to 8-hour hike with glaciers and a very stable mountain. Return to the base camp to meet the vehicles and then head back to La Paz.


Frequently Asked Questions

Previous experience in mountain climbing is not necessary to participate in our expeditions. Our programs are designed to accommodate different levels of skill and experience. We have expert guides who will provide you with the necessary instructions and support to enjoy the adventure of mountain climbing safely. However, it is important to have good physical condition and be willing to face the challenges of high mountain climbing. Come and discover a new passion in a spectacular environment!

To participate in an expedition with us, it is important to have good physical condition. Mountain climbing requires cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, and adaptability to variable conditions. While it is not necessary to be a high-performance athlete, previous experience in outdoor activities and being prepared for long hikes on uneven terrain is recommended. Before embarking on an expedition, we recommend consulting with a doctor and undergoing a physical examination to ensure you are in optimal condition. Our guides will provide you with the necessary support during the expedition, but it is important that you are committed to your own physical and mental well-being.

For a mountain climbing expedition, it is essential to have the right equipment and clothing. We recommend bringing sturdy mountain boots, technical clothing for layering, such as breathable t-shirts, windproof and waterproof jackets, waterproof and warm pants, a hat, gloves, sunglasses with UV protection, and sunscreen. Additionally, you will need a spacious and comfortable mountain backpack to carry water, food, safety equipment, and other essentials. As for technical equipment, we will provide the main items, such as a helmet, harness, and crampons. However, if you have your own equipment, you can bring it with you. Our guides will provide you with detailed information about the specific equipment you will need for each expedition. Remember that safety and comfort are crucial in the mountains, so make sure you are well-prepared before embarking on this exciting adventure.

The best time of year for a mountain climbing expedition may vary depending on the destination and specific weather conditions. In general, the high season for expeditions in Bolivian and Latin American mountains is from May to September, when weather conditions are more stable and favorable. During this period, you can enjoy moderate temperatures, less precipitation, and greater stability in mountain conditions. However, each mountain has its own peculiarities, so it is recommended to consult with our expert guides to determine the best time for the expedition you wish to undertake. We are ready to help you plan the perfect adventure at the right time!

At Andinismo Adventures, we provide you with a comprehensive service that includes the necessary transportation for your expedition. From the beginning to the end of the adventure, we will provide you with safe and comfortable transportation. This includes transfer from the departure city to the starting point of the expedition and vice versa.

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