It’s hard to believe 2016 has been and gone already. It’s been a strange one, no one can deny that. But, we’ve worked hard this year and it’s paid off; 2016 was another successful year for us at Project Cordillera. With another excellent season under our belt and new potential adventure spots within our sights for […]
Watch Jesper Tjäder and Emma Dahlström as they go on an adventure through Peru and Ski on the slopes of one of the highest sand dunes in the world. Courtesy of GoPro
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.
Each of the photos taken during this project tell their own story. We hope you’ll join us in telling them. Take a moment to enjoy some more of our favourite photos from our Participatory Photography Project.
“For Max, its already the 4th time coming back to Huaraz in Peru. The sharp snow covered peaks and the wild and gorgeous landscape of the Cordillera Blanca is worth a lifetime of climbing and mountaineering.” This film follows a team’s attempt at climbing Route del 85′ at the Esfinge Wall, 5325m high in the Peruvian […]
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 […]
Nathan Heald and Edwin Espinoza tell the challenging tale of their climb up the south face of Nevado Tucarhuay. This story was originally featured in the American Alpine Club Magazine, Volume 58, Issue 90. Enjoy! “In 2013, Edwin Espinoza and I climbed the lower east summit (5,700m) of Nevado Tucarhuay (5,943m GPS). The main, western […]
The New Zealand Alpine Team has put together an awe-inspiring video documenting their successful climb to the top of Taulliraju, of the Cordillera Blanca. It’s an incredible accomplishment even to attempt this summit, so from all of us at Project Cordillera – congratulations! Only one question remains; who’s next?
Lakes are great tourism destinations, not to mention essential water sources for mountain ecosystems! Perú is a wonderful destination for exploring lakes; it has over 12,000 lakes and lagoons, including Lake Titicaca, the largest freshwater lake in South America. Lake Titicaca is the birthplace of the sun according to Andean mythology and was created by massive […]