Climbing
Sajama

Description

The Sajama is the highest mountain in Bolivia, it is located within the Sajama National Park in the western Cordillera. Being a volcano, its ascent from the technical point of view is not very difficult, but it is a long journey at high altitude.

Location

Western Cordillera – Sajama National Park

Altitude

6,542 Meters / 21,463 Feet

Difficulty

Moderate

Duration

4 Days / 3 Night

Day 1.

La Paz – Sajama Town – Wincurata

Departure from La Paz to the town of Sajama (Sajama National Park) approximately 5 hours from La Paz, then we continue to Wincurata where we will begin our 3 hour hike to the base camp (4,800 m).

Day 2.

Base Camp – High Camp

Hike from base camp to high camp (5,700 m.) This hike takes about 5 hours.

Day 3.

High Camp – Summit – Base Camp

After a good breakfast we start the ascent, it takes approximately 7 hours to reach the summit of Sajama. The return is by the same route to the High Camp and then we continue to the base camp.

Day 4.

Base Camp – Hot Spings – La Paz

Walk from the base camp to Wincurata, where we will have the opportunity to enjoy the magnificent thermal baths, before returning to La Paz.

  • Private transportation
  • Guide
  • Food
  • Cook
  • Camping equipment
  • Technical equipment
  • Porters and/or Mules
  • Sleeping bag
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Other material for personal use.