The Sierra Andina Mountain Trail has partnered with Highline Running Adventures and Skyline Adventure School to offer a few all inclusive package trips. This will take the hassle out of trip planning so you can simply explore Peru with those who know it best. If you are interested in exploring the Cordillera Blanca further, before or after the race, climb a peak or visit another area of Peru such as Cusco and Machu Picchu, just let them know.
Race Trip Package for 45k (8-Days)
1 - Fly to Lima - We will pick you up at the airport and take you to the hotel
2 - Travel to Huaraz - Comfortable 1st class bus ride to Huaraz from Lima, spend the night in Huaraz
3 - Acclimatization hike/run above Huaraz - Spend the night in Huaraz
4 - Acclimatization hike to Laguna Churup - Optional run back down to a mountain lodge for the night
5 - Acclimatization hike/run through Llaca valley (4300m) - One more night at a mountain lodge
6 - Travel to Vaqueria - Bus to the starting line and spend the night at Illariy Lodge with other racers
7 - Race day - Run the Santa Cruz 45k and travel back to Huaraz after race.
8 - Travel to Lima and home
Full Race Trip Package - $1950
- Airport Pickup
- Bus travel to and from Huaraz
- Transports to all destinations mentioned
- Lodging (1 night Lima, 3 nights Huaraz, 2 nights at a mountain lodge, 1 night Illariy Lodge)
- Experienced guide for acclimatization hikes and runs
- Breakfasts and dinners at mountain lodges
- Pre-race dinner
- All race logistics and registration
- Race packet
- National park entry fee
Machu Picchu (5-Days)
1 - Lima to Cusco - Morning flight to Cusco, lunch and city tour.
2 - Morning visit to the Sachey Woman Ruins - Lunch with the afternoon free
3 - Train to Aguas Calientes – Stay in hotel at Aguas Calientes
4 - Visit the Machu Picchu Ruins and return to Cusco
5 - Afternoon flight to Lima - Fly home or spend the night in Lima
Pisco Climb (5752m/ 18,870ft) (3-Days, Non-technical)
1 - Depart Huaraz for base camp
2 - Climb Pisco
3 - Return to Huaraz
Huarapasca Climb (5414m/ 17,760ft) (1-Day, Technical, no experience needed)
Leave Huaraz at 3:30am - Drive 2 hours to the base of the climb and enjoy a steep snowy ascent up a hidden 5,000m peak in the Andes!! Rappel back down and enjoy beers and dinner in town!