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Nada - nada Lead and Classic climbing.

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If you are going to the next level on climbing, Nada nada is the perfect place to practice different styles of climbing as lead climbing, classical climbing, and top roping.
located in a remote place, 25 minutes walk south of the village of Huayllarcocha, crossing countryside and eucalyptus forest, this route lies in the valley of Sebollahuayco knew by common consensus of climbers as "Nada-nada". This is a north facing limestone plaque with an approximate height of 14 meters / 45 feet,  you have many options to climb.
The lead climbing route offers  average difficulty with a 6b – 6b+ graduation  and protected with 4 bolts, this is the left side route, with the difficult step  between second and third bolt. Usually the run out is for left edge.
The classic route on the same plaque, right side large crag, has a difficulty of 6a and can be convine  with the first vobt of left side route and can protected it with 2 or 3 big nuts in the crack af right side, before the final run out
The top rope route can be fixed in up in middle of routes so you can climb both
1. Nada nada 6b - 6b+ , 2 clasica 6a - 6a+.

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Canyoning Perolniyoc 100.m/328.f

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A 100.m/328.f vertical canyonig a real extreme experience if you like adrenaline, One of geographical features of Cusco region are canyons, as Perolniyoc eroded by natural water courses melted from snowpeaks, made this place rarely explored, remote and rugged settings of difficult approximation tucked in the surrounding of Ollantaytambo village, becoming the perfect area for canyoning route, this activity often requires wilderness travel skills the descent assisted by ropes trough waterfalls associated with technical descents those that require rappels (abseils) and ropework, technical down-climb, technical jumps, and/or technical swims, remarking the plenty levels of difficult, heights and waterfall groups.
How to reach:
take a transportation to urbamba continue to pachar bridge 12 km of urubamaba once there cross the brigde and continue around 5 km until soqma village there you need to cross a litle bridge and climb 10 min to soqma comunity there the only way to continue is walking 2 km more to perolniyoc waterfalls.

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Canyoning Paullo. Kloofing - River Trekking.

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Discover the most popular location for canyoning in Cusco, located in the Sacred Valley into rugged landscapes, this is a challenge which involves 1 hour walk up through a eucaliptus forest from a small village to the top of canyon, then prepare all equipment and descent by abseil or rappel all way down through the canyon. One of the crucial and mandatory skills required for most canyoning expeditions and tours is the ability to abseil. specially on rugged enviroments and wet conditions

This part of canyon start at 3350 m and ends at 2250 m. The canyon is cut into sandstone with moderate slopes and numerous drops, spectacular sculpted rock walls, cascades and waterfalls, this low volume canyon is recommended for beginners, it has many abseils including three spectacular waterfalls as long as 35/15/25 meters / 115/50/82 ft, and two small cascades of 5 meters / 16 ft, as a time where you have to lower yourself dealing with natural obstacles.

The best season to visit this place is dry season (from april to december)
. This is a canyon not to be missed!

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Bouldering and Rock Climbing Routes in the Surrounding of Cusco

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Rock climbing and bouldering are growing rapidly and is wide open to exploration and new routes, there are several local climbers willing to point out established areas. Among the most well know and frequented places are the north area, the best lime stone climb area, routes have varying levels of difficulty to challenge all type of climbers, although many climbers adhere to "minimal impact" and "leave no trace" practices. Popular areas for climb and boulder are also archeological and sacred places for locals. People would prefer that climbers not climb these sacred places and have made this information well known to climbers (see advises) .The potential threat to these cultural resources has led to restrictions and shut the next climbing routes:
The Evils Balcony, La Garganta, Nomos, La Escuela.
Many non-climbers object the appearance of chalk marks, bolts and slings on visible cliffs. Since these features are small, visual impacts can be mitigated through selection of neutral rock-matching colors for equipment. Today the shut of climb routes more often is because disagreement about the appropriateness of drilling and placing permanent bolts and other anchors.

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