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* Price based in sharing one tent 2 people
Trekking thought the sacred Mountain of Ausangate: The peak of Ausangate is considered sacred by the local populace. It is the central most powerful point of pilgrimage for today’s Quechua/Inca descendants. You will be circling Ausangate, passing other peaks, crossing passes and bogs, seeing glaciers, climbing up and down hills, camping by lagoons and viewing some of Peru’s most spectacular scenery. It will be high and cold, but there is hot springs along the way.
Pick up from the Hotel at 06:00 am; we depart from Cusco to Tinqui (3815m/12513ft) in our private transportation and travel about 3 hours to reach the small Andean village of Tinqui at the foot of the Vilcanota range. Driving through the beautiful countryside, we pass several traditional villages including Urcos, Ccatcca, Ocongate finally we will arrive to Tinqui, where we can stop for rests and meet with our horsemen and horses also we’ll put all our things on the horses. Our trek begins around 10:00am crossing the bridge we walk a pampa of grassy meadows below the jagged stone flanks of Ausangate Mountain (6350m/20828ft), the highest snow peak in Southern Peru. After trekking approximately 6 hours, we arrive to the hot springs of Upis (4400m/14432ft). Here we spent the night at a lovely campsite in Upis.
Meals Included: Box-lunch, Dinner
The best excursion through the Ausangate snow-capped peak.