Category: Hikes

Pastoruri Glacier, Huascaran National Park, Peru

For our last tour in Huaraz, we decided to head to the famous Pastoruri Glacier, South of the Huascaran National Park. Of all the tours we have done in and around Huaraz, this was the highest elevation (5200m) and it seemed logical to go… Continue Reading “Pastoruri Glacier, Huascaran National Park, Peru”

Laguna 69, Huascaran National Park, Huaraz, Peru

For our second day trip from Huaraz, we decided to book for a hike to the famous Laguna 69, in Huascaran National Park. We chose the order of our day tours based on the altitude. Eventhough we spent quite a bit of time in… Continue Reading “Laguna 69, Huascaran National Park, Huaraz, Peru”

Laguna Paron, Huaraz, Peru

As I explained in my previous post, we took our first day in Huaraz to shop around the prices for the daily mountain excursions. We found a company that was charging us 50 soles per day for each of Laguna Paron, Laguna 69 and… Continue Reading “Laguna Paron, Huaraz, Peru”

Rainbow Mountain, Cusco, Peru

One item on my bucket list in Peru was to check out the famous Rainbow Mountain (Vinicunca). You might have heard of it or seen photos on social media, and you might also have heard about how crowded this place is getting right now.… Continue Reading “Rainbow Mountain, Cusco, Peru”

Aguas Caliente, Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu, Peru

We had our second night bus with Peru Hop from Puno to Cusco (about 8-9hrs). I was a bit nervous about this one as I had booked this bus on the night just before our train to Aguas Caliente. With only 10 days before… Continue Reading “Aguas Caliente, Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu, Peru”

Elk River, Landslide and Foster Lakes, Strathcona Park, BC

Distance from Victoria : 4-4h30 drive Elevation gain : about 700m to Foster Lake 24km round-trip to Foster Lake, about 12hrs total This summer I was finally able to get my first overnight hike on Vancouver Island since the West Coast Trail back in… Continue Reading “Elk River, Landslide and Foster Lakes, Strathcona Park, BC”