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Cordillera Blanca Logistics Contact?


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MyFeetHurt · · Glenwood, CO · Joined Oct 2011 · Points: 25

Who has one? Mine aren't panning out. All I need is a cook and some porters or donkeys. Maybe some transport to the valley.

Norm Larson · · Wilson, Wy. · Joined Jan 2008 · Points: 55

I never had trouble finding people once I was down there.But,  I always liked to meet the people I was going in to the mountains with before committing.

Thom Feuleri · · SF · Joined May 2019 · Points: 0

If you have an amex centurion card, the travel concierge that handles Peru has some good contacts.

Mikey Schaefer · · Redmond, OR · Joined Jun 2014 · Points: 246

Have you tried Casa de Zarela?  Pretty sure you can find her on FB.  If you can’t I should have her email.  Lots of people use her for logistics

MyFeetHurt · · Glenwood, CO · Joined Oct 2011 · Points: 25
Mikey Schaefer wrote: Have you tried Casa de Zarela?  Pretty sure you can find her on FB.  If you can’t I should have her email.  Lots of people use her for logistics

Didn't know this, I'll reach out!

climber pat · · Las Cruces NM · Joined Feb 2006 · Points: 241

We used Christopher benway.  He is on Facebook and I suspect you can contact him through Cafe Andino in Haurez.

Michael Hauss · · Seattle, WA · Joined Mar 2014 · Points: 531

Nathan Heald might be able to help: http://www.skyhighandes.com/contact.php. He mostly climbs closer to Cusco but I know he's done a bunch in the Cordillera Blanca as well and has contacts. 

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