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The presses are rolling again; September edition is on its way to Huaraz

We would like to inform our faithful followers and readers that the September edition is expected to be in Huaraz at the end of next week. Our September edition counts with 24 pages of information on treks, climbs and updated tourist information but it will also offer a couple of interesting interviews that we have […]

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Soon to be distributed; a very interesting and varied August edition

We would like to inform our faithful followers and readers that the August edition is expected to be in Huaraz in the beginning of next week. Our August edition counts with 24 pages of information on treks, climbs and updated tourist information but it will also offer a couple of interesting interviews that we have […]

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Printed edition of July 2017 a bit delayed but these are our topics

We would like to inform our faithful followers and readers that the production of the July edition is a bit delayed and that its printed editions are expected to be in Huaraz in the beginning of next week. The July edition will count with 24 pages of information on treks, climbs and updated tourist information […]

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Three printed editions in 2017, Clínica San Pablo seals front-page deal

Founded in 2012, The Huaraz Telegraph is happy to announce that during this year´s high season, tourists in Huaraz will be able to find us in over 40 hostels and hotels again. When not found in your hostel or hotel, we are also available in multiple restaurants, the better cafés and bars, the Tourist Police, […]

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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 González Ardiles, who is the academic coordinator of the Peruano Canadiense Language Institute. He said in a small interview to our paper: ¨Personally I really like the idea of having an English language newspaper which […]

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August edition 2016 almost finished; these are our topics

We would like to inform our faithful followers and readers that the production of the August edition is going smoothly and that we expect to have the paper in Huaraz in the third week of this month. The August edition will count with 24 pages of information on treks, climbs, and tourist information in general […]

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July edition 2016 a bit delayed but these are our topics

We would like to inform our faithful followers and readers that the production of the July edition is a bit delayed but that we are working hard to get it at the printing company in Lima as soon as possible. The July edition will count with 24 pages of information on treks, climbs, a brand-new […]

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The presses are rolling for our 20th jubilee edition!

It´s hard to believe, especially for those who are intensively involved in the making of this newspaper that this edition will be the twentieth one since our launch back in April 2012. The editor of The Huaraz Telegraph will look back at some of the most remarkable moments of running the paper in his editorial. […]

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The presses are rolling for the August 2015 edition

We can confirm our faithful followers and readers that we have just dropped off the final version of the August edition of The Huaraz Telegraph. An edition that counts with four extra pages, thus 24 in total instead of the 20 you´re expected normally and full of noticias. The August 2015 edition of The Huaraz […]

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Spending an afternoon in Víctor Pérez Liendo Prison in Huaraz

Terry Wall is an ex-prosecutor from Wollongong, New South Wales in Australia. Terry takes part in the Andes Trail bike expedition where The Mitad-del-Mundo monument at the equator marks the start line of his epic journey. The finishing line of this monumental bike ride is in Ushuaia, the world’s most southern city at the entrance […]

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Language Centre of the Casa de Guías to organise talent show

Because of the celebration of the anniversary of the Association of Mountain Guides of Peru (AGMP), and being part of […]

INAIGEM announces cooperation agreement and construction of Museum of Andean Mountains

The Ohio State University in the US and the INAIGEM (National Institute of Research on Glaciers and Mountain Ecosystems) signed […]

Update: Two rescue teams have headed out to search for Canadian tourist

The editor of The Huaraz Telegraph has spoken to the head of the Tourist Police in Huaraz, Major Godofredo Vargas […]

Update: Still no traces of Jesse Galganov, local authorities all informed

Sadly, there are still no traces of Jesse Galganov, the Canadian citizen who went missing at the end of September. […]

Urgent: Canadian tourist missing and last seen in Huaraz

Jesse Galganov

The Huaraz Telegraph was contacted this morning by Magda Fernández who informed us that Canadian citizen Jesse Galganov has been […]

Lima among the five most dangerous cities in the world for women

According to the ranking of the foundation of the international news agency Thomson Reuters, the insecurity that women live in […]

‘London to Lima Gin´, made of water from the Cordillera Blanca exported to London

On October 6th, I sat down to lunch with Alex James, and his wife and business partner Karena De Lecaros-Aquise […]

The conquistador´s daughter and the Incan princess of Huaylas

This is the story of two very powerful women who lived in the ancient towns of the Callejon de Huaylas […]

Huaraz-born trail runner named Huascarán National Park ambassador

Hernán Henostroza Gamarra from Huaraz informed The Huaraz Telegraph that he was officially named ambassador of the National Park Huascarán. […]

Park rangers National Park Huascarán trained to monitor wild birds

Peru’s National Service of Natural Areas Protected by the State (SERNANP), and Cornell University’s Ornothology Laboratory (CLO), have collaborated in […]

Flagging down a taxi in Huaraz; what to expect

Catching a taxi in Huaraz is quite an easy process and it shouldn’t take much longer than a couple of […]

Flor Cuenca Blas conquers second eight-thousander; Mt. Manaslu

At 08:40 local time, on September the 28th 2017, Peruvian native Flor Cuenca Blas summited Nepal’s Mt. Manaslu, which rises […]

Huaracino’s son to become chess grandmaster

On September the 26th 2017, Peruvian chess player José Martinez Alcántara won the World Youth Chess Championship for the U18 […]

Match review: Sport Rosario (0 – 1) Alianza Lima

The Estadio Rosas Pampa almost reached its 18,000 capacity for the high profile visit of Club Alianza Lima, Peru’s oldest […]

Charles Lewis Cornelius: Seven months on the outside

After 12 years in prison, of which five in Huaraz´s Víctor Pérez Liendo Prison for attempting to smuggle 17kg of […]

¨Huaraz could suffer an earthquake magnitude 8 on the Richter scale¨

The head of the Civil Defence of Huaraz, David Paredes, issued a grave warning last week that it was possible […]

Chacas, a “painted” town in danger of losing its beauty

Chacas a small town in the Peruvian Andes in the Ancash Region, behind the highest mountain peak called Huasacarán. It […]

Alternative tourism: Football crazy in Huaraz

I’m a big sports fan and my obsession with coordinating my trips around football fixtures has allowed me to share […]