It is a well-known fact that battle has a number of national parks which are famous all around the world. In fact Pedro is home to several national parks that have been declared as world Heritage sites.
One such park is the Huascarán National Park which is located in the central part of the Andes, in the Ancash region. The park is home to an exotic are you of animals such as the vicunas, condors and even the spectacled bears which are thought to be endangered.
The geography of the park
The park can get very cold because it ranges from 2500 m above sea level to 6000 m. Depending on where you are, you should be prepared to wear the right kind of clothes. The climate ranges from subalpine to tundra and there are beautiful grasslands which seem surreal. Hike through this National Park is a photographer’s dream come true. There are many research activities in the park such as geology, bought me, meteorology, and even wildlife management. Mountaineers usually go on expeditions on the Mount Copa, inside the park. In other words, this park has something for everyone.
What you should keep in mind before visiting
Unfortunately, the park is subject to a number of illegal activities and over tourism. Illegal logging, glazier retreat due to global warming, and even hydropower projects and illegal mining have all deteriorated the quality of this park. There is also an ongoing feud between the locals and the parks management.
Make sure that you know all the problems that exist here so that you can take these experiences as lessons to protect national parks in your own country. If you would like to visit this National Park, do not hesitate to contact us. We would be glad to take you on a guided tour once this coronavirus epidemic subsides.
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