The Little Alpamayo (Alpamayo Chico, or Fab) is a 5370 meter (17618 feet) mountain that is part of the Condoriri Massif, named for its resemblance to the less well-known face of Alpamayo Peru, is a summit barely visible from base camp Tuni-Condoriri Valley.
From Laguna Chiar Khota (Laguna Negra aymara) to the south, its summit just behind the Tarija is discovered (which necessarily must rise when we move into the Little Alpamayo).
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||In our Offices in La Paz|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please arrive by 8:30 AM for a prompt departure at 9:00 AM.|
|RETURN TIME||Approximately 18:30 PM.|
|WEAR||Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking boots, hat, jacket and sunscreen.|
Important booking Information
This climb is available only from May to October due to weather conditions. The is a minimum requirement of 2 people for this climb. If you are just one person and wish to climb you can pay double and the climb will be confirmed. (PRICE IS PER PERSON).
There is one guide for 2 people, 2 guides for 3/4 people, 3 guides for 5/6 people. Larger group sizes are better as they provide more flexibility. For example if there are just 2 people and one guide and one person cannot continue the climb then both climbers must return with the guide and no refunds will be given. If there is a larger group one guide can bring 1 or 2 people down whilst others continue.
Whilst not high by Bolivian standards you must still be reasonably acclimitised to try any climbing in this area. You should have spent at least 3 days above 3000 meters before attempting this climb.