Finally we are getting to the last day of our Ausangate Trek 7 Days.
Our cook will take care of us with a daily early breakfast and as soon you finish, we will be leaving Ccascara village. Our hike of three and a half hours will lead us to he Andean community of Phinaya. On this tiny villages, there is a beautiful cosy church, no presence of vehicles except for bikes and horses. Finished exploring the surroundings of the Village, we will get in the afternoon our transport and get back to Cusco.
Breakfast and lunch are included.
Departure and arrival times are approximated.
Campsites are subject to changes according to our guide's criteria and group progress.
*IMPORTANT*: A pre-trek briefing is held at our office or at your hotel (whichever is preferred) the night before your trek at 6pm or 7pm (exact time to be confirmed).
Attractions we will visit
Pacchanta, Is an Andean community who lives near the snowy Ausangate mountain, at a height of 4,200 meters above sea level. The community is dedicated to the breeding of alpacas and agriculture. Pacchanta community, use fiber of the alpaca, to prepare their clothes and their tools, and use the meat to feed themselves. They live in a rural from generation to generation and that reflects their customs, traditions and relationship with the nature.
Pacchanta valley, located at 4,200 meters above sea level is where the llamas and alpacas live freely in nature, this valley also is home of the beautiful Qomercocha lagoon.
Abra de Q´ampa, located at 5,000 meters / 16,400 feet. We will see several lagoons of different colors and have the opportunity to appreciate the Apu Ausangate snow-capped, as well as a view of the whole valley.
Yanamayo, A small village located in the district of Pitumarca, Province of Canchis, in the Cusco region.
Yanacocha or 'Black Lagoon', Is a lake located in the Cusco Region, Urubamba Province, Huaylllabamba District at 3,951 metres (12,963 ft). Yanacocha as well as the nearby lakes named Chaquicocha and Kellococha (Quechua for "yellow lake") are known for its woods of polylepis. It is situated high up on the mountain named Chaquicocha.
Condorpaso, lies beyond one more even higher pass (5100m/ 16728 ft.).
Abra del Condor, A mountain pass ‘Abra del Cóndor’(5.200m/17.060pies), where you will see natural wildlife such as Llamas, Vicunas and Alpacas.
Sibinacocha lagoon, Located at the foot of the Vilcanota mountain range, with an average altitude of 4869 m and surface of 30 km² being one of the largest lakes of greatest height. It is fed by the glaciers of the Chumpe and Tres peaks of the Cordillera Vilcanota.
Abra Ccascana, located at 5,000 m above the sea level which will lead to the lake of the same name.
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