Rock climbing

Defying the heights


Rock climbing is the experience of challenging oneself to climb great heights using just hands and feet, defying surfaces with varied characteristics and taking advantage of every projection and cranny. An adrenaline-packed sport with a growing number of enthusiasts, that allows you to enjoy the variety of Peru’s natural scenery.. Vertical ascent requires highly developed skills in each movement and also strengthens muscle mass and the flexibility of those who participate. There are daring climbers who do not even use protective anchorage when climbing high peaks,but using various safety measures is becoming more and more common.



lima departament contains excellent settings for rock climbing.

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The landscape of Cajamarca Department offers natural cliffs, perfectly suited to rock climbing in the following areas: Llacanora, Cumbemayo and Sangal Canyon, an area with twisting formations and rocky peaks that transmit a certain mystery.

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Rock climbing enthusiasts have chosen Puno Department as a permanent place to pursue their sport. This department, which has many other attractions, is also considered to be the capital of Peruvian folkloric music.

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Áncash is one of the first departments in which rock climbing began in Peru.

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The giant Huallay Stone Forest, in Pasco department, is a dream come true for rock climbing.

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there are three climbing areas in the Arequipa region.

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Climbing cliffs Huanchac Ancash

Ancash offers visitors invaded by adventure, an important range of places that go for adventure sports like rock climbing, one of these sites are the Cliffs of Huanchac.

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Rock climbing Pastoruri Ancash.

Rock climbing in the Ancash region, there are many ideal spots to climb, both rock and ice, one of those is the Nevado Pastoruri that is located in Recuay.

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Rock climbing in Arequipa Valley chilina

An interesting place to practice rock climbing site, Chilina Valley, located in the region of Arequipa. The valley is located only 15 minutes from the city of Arequipa

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Rock climbing Cordillera de la Viuda Lima

The Cordillera de la Viuda, which lies between the regions of Lima and Junin, offers adventurous tourists several routes to practice rock climbing.

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Hatun Machay Rock climbing Ancash

Hatun Machay, located in Pampas boy province of Recuay in Ancash, is a stone forest that is located in the Cordillera Negra, which occupies an area of 200 hectares, which is considered the area’s largest escalation of Peru.

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Rock Climbing The Olivos Ancash

An interesting point in Ancash to practice rock climbing is the  Olivos is ideal for the sport sector, which is quite close to the city of Huaraz.

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Broken Rock Climbing Llaca Ancash

The Ravine Llaca is one of the many attractions that presents the province of Huaraz, Ancash, for lovers of rock climbing.

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Rock climbing tower Paron Ancash

Ancash Region is rich, for those interested in adventure sports, as in the case of rock climbing. In the province of Huaylas is Parón tower, a climbing area in the gorge of the same name, is also known as “The Sphinx” which is a popular route was opened in the nineties.

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