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 Climbing El Misti Volcano by Aguada Blanca
  ( 2 day 1 night)

Summary:To climb Misti volcano by the northeast face is the best and easy way up to the summit, climbers have 90% posibility to get the top of Misti volcano. The trip runs through Aguada Blanca and Salinas national reserve, where are wild animals protected such as Vicuñas and Guanacos, also climber can have panoramic views all over the reserve and the back ide of Chachani and Pichu Pichu volcanoes located next to Volcan Misti.
El Misti volcano (5825m) haves symmetrical cone of considerable scenic beauty, is located in southern Peru near of Arequipa city, the second largest city in the country, lies at the foot of El Misti in a fertile valley located 2400m above sea level. El Misti is a Quechua name, means the gentleman. El Misti volcano stands at 5825m and lies between the mountain Chachani (6075m) and the volcanoPichu Pichu (5669m), these impressive mountains, located northeast of Arequipa, are visible almost year-round, but especially during winter (April-December).
Intineray Day by Day:(B)= breakfast / (L)= lunch / (D)= dinner

Itinerary.

Day 1: Arequipa - Campsite 4700 meters
At 8am at your and travel in our four wheel drive, for 3 hours from Arequipa. On the way up to Misti Volcan, we stop in the national reserve of Aguada Blanca and
Salinas, where it is possible to observe the wonderful animals called Vicuñas, Guanacos, eagles, Viscachas, Deer and sometimes Condors. Living at 4000 meters above sea level, they are protected species by the government and all the communities surrounding the reserve and Misti volcano.
After cross the Aguada Blanca lagoon we will arriving at 4200m in jeep, and then 4 hours hike on the sandy way up to the base camp, located at 4700m named Monte Blanco. Set-up tents and spend the night. (B-L-D)

Day 2: Camp - Misti Summit - Arequipa
At 2 or 4am wake-up time depending on how is the weather and after a energetic breakfast we start the climb to the summit. If Misti is completely covered with snow, we take all our necessary climbing equipment such as ice axe and crampons. From the base camp to Misti summit (5825m) takes between 4 - 5 hours of slow steps. After reaching the top, there we stay for a nice time getting spectacular views of Chachani, Pichu Pcihu, Coropuna, Ampato, Hualca Hualca, Sabancaya, Misti, Ubinas, Salinas salt lake, Arequipa valley, etc. If the time permitting descend into the mayor crater from where is possible to see the activity of this volcano or short walk over the top around the biggest crater of this volcano.
At 1pm come back to Arequipa and end of our trip. (B-L)

Includes:
• Private transportation to Misti volcano.
• Specialized English speaking mountain guide.
• Porter for logistics.
• Mountain equipment.
• Complete equipment: tents, insulators, cooks, torch, sleeping bag.
• First-aid kit.
• Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, BL= Box Lunch, D=Dinner).

It does not Included:
• Porters for your personal items
• Snacks.
• Boots.
• Tips.
• Food not mentioned.

We recommend to Bring:
Hiking boots
Small day back pack
Water and Sun block
Flash light and Extra batteries
Rain jacket and Sun glasses,
Hat and Insect repellent
Bathing suit
Extra money for souvenirs and drinks.
Cost by Person 165  US$ .  Minimum 2 people.
 

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