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Access issues inherited from Hatun Machay

It is easy enough to organise a taxi in Huaraz to take you to Hatun Machay, around 120 soles one way. Once there, the administrator can book a taxi back for you.

A local company "Andean Kingdom" (http://www.andeankingdom.com/) organizes a daily bus trips to and from the crag from Huaraz costing 25 Sols (10 USD) for each way for each person.

There is a modern hut with full kitchen and hot water located a 5min walk from the crag for 30 Sols (12USD) per night. You need to bring your own food, however beer is available at the hut. UPDATE: As of July 2019, the hut is burnt out. There is no kitchen, but running water and flush toilets are available.

Ethic inherited from Hatun Machay

In agreement with the local community many areas of Hatun Machay have been declared “nature zones”. The aim is to preserve the ecological balance in the area whilst respecting the community’s land and cultural history.

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As of May 2018, one of the anchor bolts has been removed, but easy to traverse to the anchor for the route to the right.

As of May 2018, the fixed hangars are missing on this route.

As of May 2018, the fixed hangars are missing on this route.

As of May 2018, the fixed hangars are missing on this route.

As of May 2018, the fixed hangars are missing on this route.

As of May 2018, the fixed hangars are missing on this route.

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