It is official. My midlife crisis has just sky-rocketed to a whole new level. The travel bug all started with a hiking trip to Kilimanjaro in 2010, and for quite some time after my idea of travelling consisted of a tick box exercise of the latest bucket list of things to do before the grand […]
If you’re interested in learning more about the climate change affecting the mountains in Huaraz, Peru, please watch this excellent video from USAID about The High Mountains Adaptation Partnership’s Peru workshop.
Following up on our 2016 favourite images post from last week, we thought we’d give you a few personal highlights from our team located around the world and our favourite Project Cordillera moments. Although many of us haven’t met and we all lead very different lives, there’s one thing we will always have in common: our […]
Need another reason to fall in love with Peru? The Cordillera’s are also rock climber’s paradise. Check out this video from the climbers in Huayllay District.
A vital part of our business approach here at Project Cordillera involves reaching out to the local community in order to deliver a sustainability model that works in their best interest. We don’t pretend to know more about the mountains than the indigenous population of the Ancash region, we treasure the knowledge the local people […]
A little trip through some of the world’s most famous mountains – as seen in animated form. Film by Al Boardman
“I think I had certain ideas coming to Peru about Peru, but it took me completely by surprise.”
En route to Cashapampa the windows of the convi bus were foggy in the early mountain morning and I held my pack tightly between my legs, trying to make us both as small as possible for the busy commute…