Cerro Tunari – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering

Pico Tunari Cara Sur, Cerro Tunari photo

Cerro Tunari

Photo credit: Mauricio Galleguillos Larraín

Pico Tunari, Cerro Tunari photo

Cerro Tunari

Photo credit: Mauricio Galleguillos Larraín

  • Elevation: 5200 m
  • Difficulty: Scramble
  • Best months to climb: April, May, June
  • Convenient center: Cochabamba

Cerro Tunari Climbing Notes

Bastian Müller from BOLIVIA writes:

Possible starting points for the ascent on its south face: <br/> <br/>1. From the Tunari – Mountain Lodge, located in a 120 hectares private nature reserve, at an altitude of 2.900 mts. offers comfort, great views, and eco trails for guided and self guided tours within the Tunari National Park as well as to the top of Cerro Tunari. <br/> <br/>2. From the leisure park of Pairumani (Parque Ecoturistico Pairumani). <br/> <br/>3. From the community of Falsuri.


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