Ausangate Mountain Trek

Ausangate Trek, Ausangate mountain trek; Hike with experienced mountain guides who is leading an amazing trekking week in Ausangate, the most Inca sacred mountain, The Vilcanota Cordillera is an impressive string of mountains that includes the massif of Mount Ausangate (6385 m) and 3 other peaks above 6000 meters.

This is a great playground for trekking, which offers all lovers of walking the opportunity to dream: a spectacular mountain landscape, snowy peaks, hot springs, turquoise Lakes, glaciers, herds of llamas and alpacas, picturesque villages populated of authentic descendants of the Inca people, dressed in their colorful traditional clothes, who knew how to preserve the respect for the mountain and its surroundings which gives them everything they have been had over the years, things needed to live and achieve their toil of farmers and shepherds of llamas and alpacas.

In the Andean cosmovision, the Ausangate is the most important sacred mountain around Cusco and the Altiplano. This is why it gives the name of Apu Ausangate (APU is the name given to the sacred in the Andean mountains).

Ausangate trek tour is a splendid route for hiking. Almost all the trek is located at altitudes above 3700 meters, which means having a good physical condition and especially a good altitude acclimation.


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