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Expeditions over 6000m in Bolivia

Bolivia: Trek & expedition into the Cordillera Apolobamba (6044 m)

It is located in the eastern borderland of Peru and Bolivia. On the Bolivian side it is situated in the La Paz Department and on the Peruvian side it lies in the Puno Region. It stretches across a distance of 50 km from east to west and 30 km from north to south. Curva, the main locality of the Kallawaya-people, is located 3,800 m above sea level. Highlights: • Unique trek in the Apolobamba Cordillera • Stunning views of the glaciers • Ascents by crossing summits of the Cordillera • Tentative ascent of the Chaupi Orco, unique 6000 m.o.s.l. peak of over in this area

Bolivia: Culture Tiahuanaco, Lake Titicaca - Isla del Sol, Cerro Austria (5300 m), Pequeño Alpamayo (5370 m), Huayna Potosi (6081 m), Acotango (6052 m), Parinacota (6342 m) and Sajama (6542 m)

The Cordillera Real is a mountain range in the South American Altiplano of Bolivia. This range of fold mountains, largely composed of granite, is located southeast of Lake Titicaca, and east of the Bolivian capital of La Paz, measuring 125 km in length and 20 km in width. Sajama National Park is a national park: located in the Oruro Department, Bolivia. It borders Lauca National Park in Chile. The park is home to indigenous people, known as the Aymara, whose influential ancient culture can be seen in various aspects throughout the park.