One of the four summits of the Terijuay, which forms together with the Plateriyayoc and the Palanganayoc the northernmost part of the Cordillera Urubamba. Due to high precipitation very extensive glaciers, considering the elevation. Lots of possiblities for both rock and ice climbs in the area. Reaching the range requires two to three days from Cuzco via Ollantaytambo or Calca/Lares.

Elevation (feet): 17,388
Elevation (meters): 5,300
Continent: South America
Country: Peru
Range/Region: Peruvian Andes
Difficulty: Basic Snow/Ice Climb
Best months for climbing: Jun, Jul
Year first climbed: 1971
Nearest major airport: Cuzco
Convenient Center: Cuzco

Thanks to Frank Toma for adding this peak.

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Trip Reports

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  • Log #16909 - by Frank Toma on Nov 16, 2001
    Two-day climb from the Quebrada Quiloc. From the side valley Quebrada Nuestta Christoph Nick and myself climbed to the col between Paykunapac Killa and Iskay Chiptana, where we spent a rather cold...