400km on the Cordillera Blanca Traverse, Peru

This is a route invented by Cam Honan 2014.

  • 400 km (249 mi)
  • 16-22 days
  • more than 20 mountain passes ranging between 4,347 m and 5,201 m (14,262 ft-17,064 ft)
  • 4 stages for resupply

The jumping off point is Huaraz, Peru, one of our top 10 hiking towns in the world.

If interested in being one of the first to complete this high alpine traverse, check Cam’s post:

A Quick & Dirty Guide to the Cordillera Blanca Traverse

To get an idea of the challenge, watch Austin Lillywhite’s CBT Video from 2017. (10min)

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