Colonia Climb

Climbing Arequipa

The central part of the city is crossed by the Chili River from north to south; to the north and east of Arequipa are the Andes mountains, while to the south and west there are minor mountain ranges associated to the Andes. The valley of Arequipa, open toward the coast, plays a key role in allowing Arequipa to be a city that strategically links the coastal and highland regions of southern Peru.

A series of volcanic cones dominates the city skyline: Misti, and the extinct volcanic groups Pichu Pichu and Chachani. The western slopes of the Andes in the region feature thick layers of volcanic lava that cover large areas

Climbing Chachani

Climbing Misti

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Season: May to August
Difficulty: Streunous

 

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Climbing Chachani

Climbing Chachani

-- Days / -- Nights
Season: May to August
Difficulty: Streunous

 

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