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Liverpudlian cycles past huaicos, rockfalls and mudslides from Barranca to Huaraz

The following is the story of Gary Quinn (59) from Liverpool, England, who put his bicycle on a bus in Lima and three hours later disembarked at Huacho. His intention was to cycle from Huacho to Huánuco. Having spent three weeks in Lima waiting for the weather in the mountains to improve he thought the […]

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The process of shipping your vehicle to Peru

Shipping a vehicle to a foreign country presents its challenges. This is why nearly all individuals who desire to have a vehicle shipped internationally will hire professional transporters for their services. A professional shipping company’s knowledge, state of the art equipment, experience and resources allow them to carry out a vehicle’s overseas transport more efficiently […]

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High-Altitude Trout Fishing

We are always pleased when readers contact The Huaraz Telegraph asking if they can write an article, or make a contribution to our paper. If you are reading this as a tourist or a resident, and have some free time please consider volunteering for us. Gene Howson, who is originally from England, contacted us with […]

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The production of peaches in the Callejon de Huaylas

For people who like nature the Callejon de Huaylas has beautiful and picturesque landscapes, it also provides the opportunity to experience the culture of the small villages and towns. Starting from Huaraz, which is located at 3,100 metres above sea level, and heading 66 kilometres north along the Callejon de Huaylas we reach Caraz at […]

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Counting Vicuñas (Reader´s contribution)

Read an interesting contribuition from Brian Morra, originally from northern Idaho in the States about his volunteering job. Day 1: Start of the Vicuña count Vicuñas are a species of camelid. Similar to alpacas, although smaller, they roam wild in the in the Parque Huascarán. Their fur is highly valuable and for this reason they […]

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In Peru, tourists also often pay the price of crime

Within the first month of having arrived in Peru, her Visa card was cloned and several transactions fraudulently occurred in Lima while she was in Iquitos. Forget trying to make collect calls, forget public telephones, forget efficient telecommunication system in the Amazon. And, this was just the start of her troubles, Lauren Marchand writes.  I […]

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The World Is Round by Rick Ruffin

The World Is Round By Rick Ruffin Everyone has a nose ring. Everyone has an Apple iPhone or Samsung Galaxy or some other tablet that they stare at all the time. Everyone does Facebook. Everyone except me, that is. Sometimes, it seems that I just do not fit in. Travelling at age 56, staying in […]

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The wind’s smell by Laura Orsal

Sarah B. doesn’t like the wind. She closes the door of her apartment and walks out into the noisy street. The morning wind blows strands of hair across her face and she has to peel them off her gloss-covered lips. A cold draught rushes in under her skirt and makes her legs shiver. She puts […]

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Volunteering with your eyes wide open

Volunteering in countries and with projects that help the disadvantaged and destitute is a noble and admirable pursuit. Thousands of young people from all walks of life set aside a few… weeks or months of their lives to visit a project somewhere usually in a 3rd world country for the purpose of making the world […]

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Every Friday it´s Huaraz Ultimate Frisbee

While the true origins of the game of ultimate Frisbee are sometimes debated, in Huaraz the first games were played in the spring of 2004 and were organized by Tim and Luisa Norris from the California Café. Tim arrived in Huaraz in 1999 to live and enjoy the majesty and mystery that is the Andes […]

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Sport Ancash F.C. celebrating 50th anniversary and appoints new Argentinian manager

Founded on April the 22nd, 1967 under the name Club Deportivo Comunitario Laboral Sport Áncash, the teams faces another year […]

Appearance of controversial flyers promoting activities at Hatun Machay raise questions

The Huaraz Telegraph was shown some surprising flyers of Hatun Machay that were displayed inside a couple of tourist shops […]

Tourists come to Huarmey to help flood victims and get assaulted in hotel

Imagine that you´re on a holiday in a country that is struck by natural disasters and you´re offering voluntarily your […]

Airline LC Perú will have to drop their fares dramatically

On the 9th of May, low-cost airline Viva Air Peru will inaugurate its services on Peruvian soil, directing its first […]

Víctor Rimac: ¨Heavy rainfall in Huaraz will favour mountaineering season later this year¨

Our newspaper spoke with Peru´s hottest prospect in mountaineering, Víctor Rimac Trejo and we were informed about his new mission. […]

Remodeled National Museum of Chavín to reopen its doors next week

The Decentralised Department of Culture of Ancash (DDC) has informed that the great National Museum of Chavin will reopen its […]

Five years ago on this day, The Huaraz Telegraph was launched

On April the 4th, the very first edition of The Huaraz Telegraph was launched. The initiative was applauded by Carlos […]

Overnight bus transportation between Huaraz and Lima reestablished

Our newspaper was informed this morning that Linea, Oltursa, Cruz del Sur and Movil Tours are selling overnight bus trips […]

I have planned and booked my trip to Peru, can I still visit Huaraz?

Not only The Huaraz Telegraph gets contacted daily by worried tourists, but also the many agencies and hotels in town, […]

Passengers on flights between Huaraz and Lima have increased about 30%

The editor of The Huaraz Telegraph went to the Airport Comandante FAP Germán Arias Graziani last Saturday to see if […]

Liverpudlian cycles past huaicos, rockfalls and mudslides from Barranca to Huaraz

The following is the story of Gary Quinn (59) from Liverpool, England, who put his bicycle on a bus in […]

Road to Lima partially open again, new warning of heavy rains

Yesterday, at 10:30 a.m. the road towards Lima was opened again but in a restricted manner, allowing the passage of […]

Peruvian Mountain Guide Association to lead international rescue course in Mexico

The Mountain Guide Association of Peru (AGMP) will lead and organise a mountaineering and rescue course in Puebla – Mexico. […]

Australian tourists express gratitude for helpful airlift to Lima

The Huaraz Telegraph has been contacted the past week by many people who are wondering what the situation in Huaraz […]

Road towards Huaraz interrupted again, local tourism entrepreneurs getting worried

The road between Huaraz and Lima is broken up again due to heavy rainfall in the areas of  Chasquitambo and […]

28 people in Ancash killed by mudslides and effects of heavy rains

According to an official report delivered by the Regional Government of Ancash and the Center of Emergency Operations (COER) Ancash, […]

Limited bus transport between Lima and Huaraz possible from tomorrow

Great news for the many tourists and Peruvians that are stuck in Huaraz. A quick round along some of the […]

Update on situation in Huaraz; still inaccessible but 60 people got shipped out

The Huaraz Telegraph was informed that approximately 60 people boarded a Police-owned aircraft to be taken to the nation`s capital. […]