7 Days
Duration
18+
Age
Cusco
Location

The Ausangate Mountain has unique hiking circuits in Cusco – Peru we have the best price for you, join our adventure.

Peruvian Sacred invites you not to miss the adventure of Ausangate. Visit the fifth highest mountain in Peru (6,380 masl / 20,926 feet). Be complice of the natural jewel that offer you the wonderful landscapes of the area; Glaciers, lakes and lots of wild plants.

Test yourself on one of the most difficult and beautiful treks offered by Peru to more than 5,000 masl / 16,000 feet in height. It knows the mountain that dominates the horizon of Cusco and shares the astonishment of the ancient Incas to venerate this impressive massif.

In this circuit knows the native people of the zone where its inhabitants still keep their traditional costumes, and the animals graze freely.

 

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Hotel
DEPARTURE TIME Arrive 4:00 – 4:30 hrs.
RETURN TIME Approximately 19:30 hrs.
WEAR Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking boots, hat, jacket and sunscreen.
INCLUDED
Pick up from the airport: At the time indicated by the passenger.
Informative Talk: We will meet with you one or two days before your tour at your hotel to give you details about the walk.
Professional Guide: English and Spanish for the entire adventure tour and Machu Picchu.
Transportation: Pick up in the morning in private transportation from your hotel at the agreed time to the starting point of the trek.
Personal Shop: 02 people per tent, in tents with capacity for 04 people for greater comfort and so they can place their backpacks.
Camping equipment: kitchen tent, dining tent, chairs and tables
Inside the Tent: Matra or Insulation.
Horse load: 6 kilos carries personal things of the pax.
Assistant Guide: From 9 passengers.
Food: 3 Breakfasts, 4 Lunches and 3 Dinners, snacks and lunches.
Description of Meals: Pancakes, omelets, soups, fresh fruits, avocados, pastas, chicken, meat, rice, salads, all rich in carbohydrates to replenish energy losses during the walk, hot drinks including Coca mate, The altitude sickness.
Alarm Clock: Every morning the cook will serve you a tea inside your personal tent
Tea Time: Every afternoon one hour before dinner, the cook will put on the table Corn popcorn, cookies, coffee, chocolate and different types of mates.
Snack: 6 snacks, one day, a fruit of the area, another day chocolates, another day Cookies or energy bar accompanied with candies, these will be delivered at the beginning of each walk.
First Aid Kit: Includes oxygen ball
Personalized service 24 hours: During your stay in Cusco and Peru, our staff will provide personalized attention 24 hours cel. Emergency 984766436.
Move from the hotel to airport
NOT INCLUDED
Breakfast on the first day: you can take it at the hotel or restaurant.
Lunch and Dinner on the last day: you can take it at the hotel or restaurant.
Sleeping bag: you must bring a bag 4 stations, if you can not rent in our offices cost of USD $ 25.00 (pen -15 ° C)
Walking sticks: if you do not have it you can rent in our offices the pair USD $ 20.00, brand Leki and Diamond.
Tips: For agency staff
Entrance to the thermal baths.

Morel information
Local Information
The most important city of the Inca Empire, Cusco, is located at 3350 masl, where we will go by bus to the Sacred Valley passing through the villages of Maras, Chinchero, Urubamba and Ollantaytambo, towns with living identity that have been maintained through years. Our starting point starts at KM 82 at 2800 masl

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<em>Day 1: Cusco - Ocongate - Tinqui</em>

Today our adventure begins. We will meet at your hotel to head to the village of Tinqui, without losing sight of the visit to many villages along the Huatanay River valley.

We will also visit the archaeological complex of Pikillacta, an ancient pre-Inca city. Our tour will continue through the town of Urcos where we will know small villages and farmland in the direction of Ocongate to get the first views of the Vilcanota mountain range.

Tinqui awaits us at 3,800 masl and we will settle in the vicinity. It is time to enjoy the natural view and take a walk. Do not forget that it is important to rest to acclimatize ourselves for what is on the way.

Meals: Lunch, snack and dinner.

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<em>Day 2: Tinqui - Upis</em>

We begin our trek in the direction of the majestic Ausangate (4,270 masl). We will witness a common day in the life of the Peruvian ande and we will see large amounts of llamas and alpacas in the middle of the natural landscape.

It is time to visit the small town of Upis (4,140 masl) and share with the children of the school. To finish the day, we will continue to the hot spring sector to relax and raise our camp (4,370 masl) at the foot of the snow. It is common in this area to see beautiful Andean geese.

Food: Breakfast, snack, lunch, snack and dinner.

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Day 3: Upis - Lagunas Pucacocha

This will be an unforgettable day! After breakfast we will go to the Arapa pass (4,7000 masl) and then descend to the Paucarcocha lagoons, known as Jatun Pucacocha, Vinacocha and Huchuy Punacocha.

Here we will pause to enjoy the landscape and contemplate different species of Andean birds. We will approach nature by camping on the edge of one of the lagoons (4,575 masl)

Food: Breakfast, snack, lunch, snack and dinner.

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<em>Day 4: Pucacocha Lagoon - Paso Palomani - Chilcafinaya</em>

Today we will cross roads in ascent and descent. We will start towards Palomani Pass (4,650 masl), from the Ausangate Cocha Lagoon and then descend to the Hatunfinaya Valley. We will not be able to ignore the attractive views that the mountains offer us during the trip.

We will be surrounded by Andean landscapes of great beauty, as well as numerous llamas and alpacas. We will give place to our camp in the sector of Chilcafinaya or Huchuy Finaya.

Food: Breakfast, snack, lunch, snack and dinner.

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<em>Day 5: Chilcafinaya - Jampa Valley - Pachaspata</em>

The beauty of the mountain looms at every step! We will wake up early to continue through the Jampa Valley and be in contact with the Andean people in their daily work.

We can take photos and enjoy the rural world beside groups of alpacas, sheep as well as the impressive snowy peaks of Jampa and Colquecruz. We will not stop until arriving at the last step of height (5,050 masl) to discover the beautiful lagoon of Ticllacocha.

Then we will descend to the Pachaspata Pampa to raise our camp on the banks of the Qomercocha lagoon and rest for a new day of discovery.

Food: Breakfast, snack, lunch, snack and dinner.

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<em>Day 6: Paschaspata - Laguna Qomercocha - Pacchanta</em>

On the road is the reward! Continue towards the town of Pacchanta where we can relax in the hot springs located near the village.

We will be able to take a hot bath with a wonderful view of the imposing Ausangate snow, bathing in a Jacuzzi at 4,500 masl, will be an unforgettable experience.

We can then rest in our camp near the village of Pacchanta.

Food: Breakfast, snack, lunch, snack and dinner.

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<em>Day 7: Pacchanta - Tinqui - Cusco</em>

Our adventure is almost over, a short tour that runs in the middle of a typical Andean landscape and picturesque villages, leads us back to the starting point, Tinqui.

Completing this fascinating circuit around the “Apu” Ausangate.

Then we will transport you to the city of Cusco where we will take you to your hotel.

You will not be able to forget this experience offered by Peru and Peruvian Sacred.

Meals: Breakfast, snack, lunch.

It is important to take into account that passengers arrive in Cusco at least two days before to acclimatize and make the trek. You can do practice tours like visiting the city and the Sacred Valley, these are gentle walks at considerable heights.

For this route it is also recommended to carry the following:

02 Long Sleeve T-Shirts (Thermo Skin).
01 thermal wool jacket.
01 hunting coat.
01 snow jacket
01 Trekking Trousers
02 pairs of socks
02 pairs of underwear
01 sun hat
01 rain covers (raincoats and others)
01 scarf
01 sunglasses

Mountain boots
01 pair of trekking shoes that support the ankles

Hygiene kit
01 towel for personal hygiene
01 biodegradable soap
Toilet paper
01 A personal cleaning kit (toothbrushes, toothpaste and other essential items).