Climbing Season Begins!

in Bolivia!

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A new season on ice opened.

June, July and August are the best months to climb, because the Ice in Mountains are really solid and stable for Trekking. This is the Bolivian Winter, ❄ which is dry and normally the weather is quite stable.

Bolivia is a popular mountain destination thanks to its relatively inexpensive prices and its various options that can accommodate if one is starting with mountaineering or if you are an expert. Bolivia has more tan 1,000 summits that exceed 6000 meters like Illampu Mountain, where intrepid travelers can see Andean condors in danger of extinction (Illimani mountain) peaks rise around frost. May and June are the best months to climb, although the ice climbing season continues through September.

Climbing in Bolivia: Facing the frozen peaks of the Cordillera Real

The Huayna Potosí is a great destination for beginners (it is also a good way to get acclimated to perform more difficult climbs) who have never made a climb, if you do not know how to climb, you can conquer Huayna Potosí 6,088 meters at sea level, enjoying privileged views of the most experienced mountain climbers! From the top of the Huayna Potosí, you will be able to observe the Cordillera Real, Lake Titicaca, the city of La Paz, and the plateau. Begin the tour with a Huayna Potosí trek leaving the city of La Paz to go to Zongo base camp in the morning.
The base camp is surrounded by picturesque hills and streams with llamas and wandering sheep, from here you can enjoy wonderful views of the place, the views are becoming more spectacular when more rises, especially in the dawn and the sunset.
 
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