Do trekking in Peru is one of the most incredible experiences. Peru has amazing places, full of nature and beautiful landscapes. If you are planning to do an adventure trip, you must do trekking in Peru.
Trekking in Peru means moving through the beautiful Andean landscapes with fantastic views of snow-capped mountains and lagoons. Cross the Qhapaq Ñan, the network of roads that united the Inca Empire; know the culture of the communities; Cross the Cordillera Blanca and Huayhuash in Ancash or find more than one route to Machu Picchu in Cusco.
Almost the entire mountain range, including valleys, plateaus and mountain ranges, hosts trekking circuits with varying degrees of difficulty. Only some of the circuits have been “discovered” as commercial trekking routes.
The rest remains unexplored awaiting lovers to the magical roads of the Andes, with its extraordinary network of pre-Columbian trails and its more than 12,000 lagoons, with the deepest canyons on Earth, glaciers and snowy peaks, forests and waterfalls, beautiful populated and, above all, the most hospitable people you can imagine.
There are roads so steep that they are lost in abysses that freeze the breath; zigzags like gigantic serpents that move through the mountain ranges; flat and extensive that seem to get lost in the immensity of the desert; Hidden and imperceptible among the thick vegetation of the Amazonian forests. The roads of Peru are ideal for all levels of demand and experience.
Inca Trail to Machu Picchu
It goes through different ecosystems, colossal archaeological sites and places rich in flora and fauna, until reaching the citadel of Machu Picchu.
Road to Choquequirao
The route begins in the town of Cachora, Apurímac (2,900 meters above sea level). Through the route it is possible to appreciate the impressive landscapes of the Apurímac River (3,000 meters deep), up to the archaeological site of Choquequirao.
The complete circuit (180 km) begins and ends in Chiquián. In 12 days it surrounds one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in the world, continues on its eastern slope and ends on the western side.
Alturas de Taraco
Excursion over 3,000 meters over old rural roads of Huancané and through the funerary chullpas of Sillustani and Lake Umallo, until reaching the fascinating Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world (3,810 meters above sea level).
The Colca Valley offers a diversity of bridle paths that connect villages with fertile andenería systems or mountains. The route of the volcanoes is preferred by the cultists of the trekking: Hualca Hualca (6 025 masl), Sabancaya (5 976 masl) and Ampato (6 288 masl).
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