TREKKING LAGUNA LLACA ADVENTURE OVER (4474 M)
Highlights of the Cordillera Blanca. The highest tropical mountain range in the world, the Cordillera Blanca is part of the spectacular Andes that form the spine of South America. A mecca for hikers and outdoor enthusiasts, the region boasts over 50 peaks that exceed 15,000 feet, 700 glaciers and 300 lakes.
Trekking to Laguna Llaca: The Llaca Glacier is a glacier west-central Peru that is located in the province of Huaraz, in the Ancash region within the limits of the Huascaran National Park. It is located 27 km from the city of Huaraz, where there is access road to this beautiful lagoon. On the way you can see the well-preserved archaeological remains of Wilcahuaín, belonging to the Huari culture. From this lake and the snow-capped Occhapalca Ranrapalca observed.
Description: The origins of the glacier Llaca are located at 6,123 meters high in a glacial cirque dominated by the snowy peaks of the Ocshapalca (5,888 m) Ranrapalca (6,162 m); descending to 4,500 meters above sea level. At the foot of the glacier front is the Lagunaglaciar-Llaca-alley-huaylas-ancash Llaca, pouring its flow through the Santa River in the Pacific Ocean.
Day 1: Huaraz (3100 m) – Privat transport to Quebrada Llaca (4450 m) – Trekking Hike to Laguna Llaca (4443 m) – Return to Huaraz