Peru is a world of undiscovered climbing.
From Lima there are flights and buses to final destinations in Peru.
65 Total Routes
['4 Stars',8],['3 Stars',22],['2 Stars',26],['1 Star',4],['Bomb',0]
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Peru:
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Charlie French at Alpamayo basecamp with a friend.
Cam Burns and friend tromping in the Cordillera Bl...
The hump up to El Misti, a volcano near Arequipa.
Tyler Anderson visiting a womens clinic.... these ...
Hugo approaching Olchshapalca (19K)
The amazing Cayesh (amazing for beauty, crappy wea...
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|By Kurt Johnson|
From: Estes Park, CO
Apr 7, 2008
Lots of people have discovered Peru's climbing... and how about something a little more informative, like an overview of the types of climbing found there and a brief list of some of the classic destinations, at least. This is the home page of an entire country - it's worth more than a single sentence.
|By David Appelhans|
Jul 18, 2008
I would welcome someone emailing me a better description of peru so I can put it up. At the time I was more concerned with getting peru in the directory structure so people could easily post specific locations under the country.
Apr 22, 2013
lima has to be one of the gloomiest cities on the planet...at least the food is tasty
|By Mike Stanley|
Sep 6, 2013
This link is to contact Marlon Neyra, who started Piura Outdoors a year ago, They do a lot of climbing in and around Piura, northern Peru. Anyone working with Mountain Project who fluently speaks Spanish should contact him and invite him to update areas in Northern Peru. I have spent a lot of time there and would love to see that part of the country rise in visits from the climbing community. Thanks
|By Jr Peterson|
Dec 2, 2013
Is there any climbing in Peru to be done in June?