Juri Khota to Chacapampa

A piece of the Cordillera Real


This trekking that consists of going from the Juri Khota lagoon located in Tuni Condoriri to a small town called Chacapampa in the Zongo valley, this is good because you go down more and more and you are not kept at the same altitude.
Undoubtedly highly recommended for those who want to acclimatize.


Cordillera Real


5,350m Max  / 3,600m Min


Basic / Moderate


4 Days / 3 Nights

Day 1.

La Paz – Juri Khota

Departure from La Paz at 8 am in our private vehicle to Tuni Condoriri, where we will leave the car in the place called “La arrinconada”.
We start the ascent and pass through a hill at 4,900 m. altitude, before descending to the Laguna Juri Khota (4 hours of walking). From there we have a beautiful view of the “Cabeza del Condor” (5,700 m.) and the mountain of Kuchill Khunu (Cuchillo de Nieve) or also called the “Left Wing”.

Day 2.

Juri Khota – Chiar Khota

From Laguna Juri Khota we start surrounding the lake and then ascend a steep slope to reach the Ventanani lagoon (4,900m), we continue climbing until we reach the Austria pass (5,150m), our last stop will be to climb the Austria Peak (5,350m) and descend to our next camp in Chiar Khota lagoon where we will spend the night.

Day 3.

Chiar Khota – Liviñosa Lake

We cross two successive passes Jallayko (5,025m) and Jistaña (4930m), before embarking on the long descent that will take us to Laguna Liviñosa (4,270m).
From there we will see the imposing Huayna Potosi dominating the valley.

Day 4.

Liviñosa Lake – Chacapampa – La Paz

We continue descending into deeper and narrower valleys, the vegetation becomes denser and the air warmer. Finally we reach the village of Botijlaca also known as Chacapampa (3,600 m) and its temperate climate, after lunch, return to La Paz.

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