Coropuna Casulla 6377m
Coropuna is a huge extinct volcano in southern Peru, one of the highest volcanoes in the Andes, with three main summits and an extensive summit plateau. It is normally climbed from the city of Arequipa by way of the wee village of Chuquibamba.
Coropuna seen from Hualca Hualca to the east.
Coropuna from near the road. The main summit si behind the climbers, the northern summit, known as Casulla 6377m, is on the left.
Coropuna at sunrise
We have climbed Coropuna before and can organise more guided ascents of this peak. For details of how to climb Coropuna and the neighbouring peaks of Misti, Ampato and Chachani, please see our guidebooks, which are available in English, Spanish, Polish and French editions, direct from us or from all good bookshops and mountaineering shops.