Rock Climbing Full Day - climbing in Cusco - Rock climbing Peru

Rock Climbing Full Day

1 Day
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No Accommodation
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Up to 8 People Group Size
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3,520 m / 11,548 ft Max. Altitude
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Easy - Moderate Difficulty

Rock Climbing Full Day

Cusco, Rock Climbing , Ausangate, Cusco
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No Accommodation
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Up to 8 People Group Size
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3,520 m / 11,548 ft Max. Altitude
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Easy - Moderate Difficulty

The Rock climbing in Cusco became popular the last years and now we have great climbing spots around Cusco city, natural walls from 2 meter (6.5 feet) until 30 meters (98 feet) of tall which are perfect for beginners and experienced people who likes to learn different skills. Climbing on the Andes of Peru also shows you our culture and the best landscape in Cusco

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Our rock climbing instructors are ready to teach you all the basic skills you need for this activity. Encourage to try new experience in the land of the Incas with incrdible views.

Highlights: Rock Climbing
Climbing Difficulty: Easy, moderate and challenging
Considerations: Experience is not required
Season: May through November

Itinerary at a Glance

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    Cusco- Rock climbing spot- Cusco


We pick you up from your hotel at 8:00am in our private van, then we're driving towards climbing spot about 30 minutes from Cusco. Once we leave the bus we will walk 10 minutes to the same rock where we will have fun. There you'll get all the climbing gears for this activity (Harnesses, Helmet, climbing shoes, carabiners.) those are certificate by UIAA. Before to start the activity you'll have a safety talk by our instructor then a basic course about knots.

Once we are ready, we will start climbing by route for beginners while our instructor is belaying you. We have more than 10 routes in our climbing spot especially for beginners and professionals, we will take our time to climb all the routes as possible. Then we have lunch time enjoying the landscape around this area.

To finish our day, we have a rappel activity (descend 20 meters of wall). Once we finished all the activities, we will back where is our bus. Then back to Cusco around 3:30pm we are arriving to Cusco and we'll drop off you in your hotel.


At Vidal Expeditions, we are transparent and provide specific details of what is included and excluded from our tours. We know this is very important so that you know exactly what to bring and don’t miss anything. We provide this information to ensure that you have an incredible experience during your trek and climbing.


Vidal Expeditions Team Provide

  • Pre-departure briefing

    Once you book the tour with us, you will get a notification about the pre-departure briefing, where you will meet with your climbing high mountain guide and the tour group in our office the night before your rock climbing tour departure. During this briefing, you will receive important details about the climb.

  • Professional High Mountain Guide

    All our high mountain guides have a great reputation for customer service. Our climbing guides have graduated as mountain guides from the AGMP of Huaraz, and they have also studied English in a private language institute. Through their patience, responsibility, knowledge, passion for climbing, and pride in having been born surrounded by mountains, we ensure our guides provide an excellent experience for you when you explore the climbing spots in Cusco.

  • Entrance Fees to the Climbing park

    Once we receive your details and the deposit for your tour, we will purchase all the necessary tickets for your trek, which will be for a specific date.


  • Private Transport

    We included all the transportation during your tour. We will pick you up from your hotel in Cusco and take you to the rock-climbing park, and the bus returning from the park to Cusco will drop you off at your hotel.


  • Climbing Gears

    During the expeditions, we will provide all the climbing gear necessary for this climb (harness, ropes, helmet, climbing shoes, and carabiners).

  • Medical First Aid Kit

    All tour guides at Vidal Expeditions are very well trained in first aid. They received training courses every six months on how to assist someone who is in an emergency situation. Also, they are trained on how to supply balloon oxygen if someone requires it.


  • Meals

    At Vidal Expeditions, we know food is such an important part of any vacation, and getting the right fuel on an active holiday is crucial. We include one lunch box during this tour, of course, and we cater to all dietary restrictions: vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and others; just let us know.


  • Water bottle

    Every climber needs water during this activity, and for that, we will stop in a shop where you can purchase some water bottles and snacks.

  • Travel Insurance

    We recommend buying travel insurance before leaving your country in case something happens during your visit to Peru.

  • Tips for our team

    Tips are not included. Tipping the team is usual on any excursion to Ausangate, and although we pay good salaries to our entire team, tips are welcome as a token of your appreciation for the team's hard work.


At Vidal Expeditions, we focus on making your trip an unforgettable experience, and we want to provide all the details you need to know before leaving your country and starting your life experience in Peru.

What you need to pack? Important
  • Passport
  • Good climbing backpack (the smaller, the better)
  • Water storage: Water reservoir like Camelback is encouraged - but enough for at least 2-3 liters.
  • Comfortable hiking and climbing pants


A daypack can be any size for hiking, but we always say the smaller, the better. If it is larger, try to make it as light as possible.

  • Sun hat
  • Rain gear
  • Fleece
  • Camera
  • Music (iPhone)
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Toilet paper and small plastic bag for waste
  • Extra Money for Souvenirs, Drinks & Tips
  • Earplugs
  • Some snacks (Chocolate, fruits, energy bars, etc.)



Here some frequently asked question about trekking and climbing


At Vidal Expeditions, we make the booking system as easy as possible for you. Once you decide to do this trek, we will send you a booking form where you need to complete all the required details that are important to book your tickets. We need a previous deposit of 50% per person. As soon as you pay, we immediately book a spot for this tour. Once we are done with it, we will send you your invoice and a confirmation form that all the booking processes have been satisfactorily set up.


Yes, our work policy is to be in contact with our customers as long as necessary to inform them of all the details and changes that could occur after they have confirmed the reservation. Please check your email constantly, and if you have any issues, let us know so we can solve them as soon as possible.


Cusco is a big enough city to find different categories of hotels, from 2 stars to 5 stars. There are also Airbnb places where you can stay without any problem. Cusco streets are narrow, especially near the main square, and some streets are pedestrian with some stairs. We will send you a notification for the pick-up if it is not possible to access them with our car and arrange another place to pick you up and drop you off. Also, a night before your tour, you will meet with your tour guide, who will tell you all the details about the tour. If you want some recommendations, please ask the Vidal Expeditions sales team.



Yes. We have been climbing these mountains for years and know very well all the routes that we are offering for our customers. Our high mountain guides were born and now live around these areas. They are 100% professionals, formed at a high mountain climbing school in the Huaraz region, and have climbed many times those mountains. Most of our team are local people who grew up near these mountains, and they have incredible respect for these Apus.


No, because this trek is located in a remote place where there is no electricity, some local villages located along the trek have solar panels. Your guide can talk with some of them in extreme cases to recharge your cellphone. We recommend that you bring your extra power bank for the days you are on the mountains.


This trek is particularly challenging, especially for people who do not have experience hiking and climbing mountains. We recommend training with some exercises a few times per week to avoid problems, and it is also recommended to spend some days in Cusco to acclimatize to the altitude because part of the segments along this trek are located over 4500 m/14123 ft. To climb the Ausangate mountain, we will provide a previous training course where you can learn the basic and necessary references about mountain climbing. For this, you need to be in contact with our sales team.


No worries, our guide and team are professional, and they know how to solve any issue during your trek. Your guide will have a first aid kit all the time with some medications for these, and there will also be an extra emergency horse to take you to the best place where you can recover. Our team always has a radio, and they are trained for any emergencies that happen during our tours.


Definitely, it is always recommended to wear proper hiking and climbing boots; if possible, ones with ankle support and water resistance are extra helpful, especially for the inexperienced hiker. Because you will be climbing up and down so many lost stones and crossing some rivers and glaciers, some of which are slippery, now uneven, and at varying heights, the extra support helps prevent twisting your ankles.


Yes. Walking sticks are always helpful to trekkers, especially if is raining along the trek. Using walking sticks can help take the pressure off your knees while doing some portionz of the trek over glaciers. Plus they will help you get up the mountain as well.


In case you have extra luggage that you do not need to bring to the trail, all the hotels in Cusco have storage where you can leave your luggage completely free. If you change hotels after the trek, we have storage available in the Vidal Expeditions office. Get more information from our office team.


The weather in Cusco and parts of the Andes is unpredictable, even if the weather forecast says it’s sunny. We can’t trust it. It is an impossible question for us to answer. Historically, April through September is the dry season; November through February is the rainy season; and March and October are bridge months—a mixture of both. But the clouds have not followed these rules in the last few years. Prepare for sun and rain, no matter when you come. As far as temperatures go, that is consistent throughout the year. Mornings and evenings are always cold. Make sure to bring a fleece jacket for the mornings and a down jacket for the evenings. Once the sun is up, you should be comfortable hiking in short sleeves. Long pants (for yoga or hiking) are encouraged to protect against the mosquitoes, which can be a nuisance in some parts of the trail.


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USD 60.00: from 4 people to more

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At Vidal Expeditions we offer the best service for all our customers and here is what makes us different than others.

  • Small groups: Along our excursion group size is a capped at 8 people. This guarantees that you will enjoy every step of our excursion

  • Hotel: During our excursion to Machu Picchu, we offer a 3 stars hotel stay for the last night. This ensures you are well rested and ready to explore Machu Picchu.

  • Bus to Machu Picchu: To enjoy Machu Picchu, we provide a round trip ticket on the bus from Aguas Calientes to the main entrance of the archaeological site.

  • Local Tour guides: Our team consists of 100% local tour guides, who have expert knowledge in our ancient culture.

  • Best Camping Equipment: We have the state-of-the-art camping equipment for our excursion. The equipment is thoroughly cleaned and sanitized before and after every excursion.

  • Best Trekking team: At Vidal Expeditions we focus to create the best experience during our excursions. Our team that consists of tour guides, cooks, porters, horse drivers are handpicked. We train our team to offer you the best service. We take care of our team by providing them with good equipment and paying them fairly.

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