To the north of the city of Huaraz in the districto of Anta, province of Carhuaz.
From the grandeur of its peaks, challenging and imposing, to the magnificent landscape surrounding Lake Conococha, Huaraz is one of the most attractive destinations in the Peruvian Andes. As the capital of the department of Ancash, Huaraz is home to a population of 166,625 inhabitants dedicated mainly to mining, tourism, trade and agriculture. At its squares, the murmur of enthusiastic travelers will echo as they set out on mountain climbing journeys, up the snowy peaks of two of the most important mountain ranges in the world: the Cordillera Blanca and the Cordillera Huayhuash. Others will start their visits to ancient archaeological sites such as Chavin and the Temple of Willkawayin. Marked by picturesque Andean villages, this corner of the country is definitely paradise for those seeking adventure and captivating scenery.