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Ausangate Trek 4D/3N

Day 1: Cuzco - Tinqui, Peru

You will be picked up from your accommodation in Cuzco to take a bus to the town of Tinqui, where the trek begins.

Bus Cuzco to Tinqui, trek to Upis (L/D)
Early this morning you will be picked up from your accommodation in Cuzco and we will travel to Tinqui by bus (3900m/12795ft) past beautiful landscapes and small family farms. After a picnic in Tinqui, we will start on foot towards the community of Upis (4400m/14436ft). Along the way, we will meet local families who will show us some examples of their textile work, created to honor nature with traditional Andean symbols. We will spend the night in camping Upis with the possibility to enjoy the local hot springs.
Transport time: 4 hours
Hiking time: 5 hours

Day 2: Tinqui - Ausangate Lake, Peru

Trek to Upis and then to Ausangate Lake.

Trek through Upis, Arapa pass, Yana cocha, Ausangate Pass to Ausangate Lake (B/L/D)
After breakfast, we will ascend towards the Arapa pass (4800m/15748ft) before descending towards Yana cocha, where we will have a picnic lunch. Our route continues ascending towards the Extreme Ausangate Pass (4850m/15912ft) and ends at the shore of the beautiful Ausangate Lake (4650m/15256ft) where we will camp for the night. Be sure to pack warm clothes for the cold climate in this part of the trek.
Hiking time: 7 hours

Day 3: Ausangate Lake - Jampa, Peru

Trek to Jampa on the most beautiful and difficult day of the trip.

Trek from Ausangate Lake through Palomani Pass to Jampa (B/L/D)
The 3rd day is both the most beautiful and the most arduous of the trek. We will first ascend towards the highest pass of this route, called the Palomani Pass (5200m/17060ft). From here, we will have an exceptional view of the mountains and glaciers of Ausangate before descending into the valley of Finaya Pampa.  After a long, challenging day we will finally arrive at our camping site in Jampa (4700m/15420ft).
Hiking time: 8 hours

Day 4: Jampa - Pacchanta, Peru

Ascend to the spectacular Campa Pass and then hike down to Pacchanta, where you can enjoy the local hot springs.

Trek from Jampa through the Campa pass to Pacchanta (B/L/D)
The highlight of this day is definitely the spectacular ascent to the Campa Pass (5100m/16732ft). We will also pass several lovely lagoons on the way to our camping site in Pacchanta (4350m/14270ft). Here, we will visit the hot springs for some well-earned relaxation before a typical Peruvian dinner.

Day 5: Tinqui - Cuzco, Peru

Trek back to Tinqui and take a bus back to Cuzco, where your trip ends.

Trek from Pacchanta back to Tinqui, then bus to Cuzco (B/L)
After breakfast, our trek continues back towards the village Tinqui (3900m/12795ft), from where we will take a bus back to Cuzco. On the way we will visit either Tipon or Saylla and have a typical dish of the region, such as guinea-pig or chicharron (grilled pork). Your adventure ends upon arrival in Cuzco.
Hiking time: 3 hours
Transport time: 4 hours


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Aukakostnaður á áfangastaðnum
No Local Payment


4 night(s) accommodation included

Staðbundnar samgöngur

  • Roundtrip bus Cuzco - Tinqui


  • 3 Breakfast(s)
  • 3 Lunch(es)
  • 3 Dinner(s)

Frekari upplýsingar

Elevation Change: 3900 - 5200 m. / 12795 – 17060ftHigh Season: May – November
Level of difficulty: Moderate

We will climb up to 5200m/17060ft on this trek, with the entire route being at high altitudes. Combined with harsh weather, this trek can be hard work. We want you to remember this trek with a smile on your face, so please make sure that you are well acclimatized, healthy, and in good shape before your trip.

Since the weather can be very cold and moist, your clothes won’t dry at night. Please bring extra clothes to change into.

While this trek is available year-round, we recommend avoiding the rainy season (November - March) when there will be less visibility on the trek, potentially obscuring the amazing views. The climate will also be colder, often with snow.

What to Bring:

  • Backpack with waterproof cover
  • Sleeping bag
  • Clothing for both warm and cold climates
  • Rain pants and lightweight pants
  • Hiking boots
  • Sandals (for showers and hot springs).
  • Woolen or synthetic socks and a sweater.
  • Long- and short-sleeved polo’s/T-Shirts.
  • Raincoat and a hat
  • Bathing suit for hot springs
  • Sunscreen, insect repellent, disinfecting alcohol and gel, water bottle and sterilizing tablets, toiletries and toilet paper
  • Camera (wrapped in plastic bag)
  • Flashlight with extra batteries
  • Snacks like chocolate bars and dry fruit.
  • Original passport, ISIC student card (if you have one) and extra money in Peruvian soles
  • Extra change of clothes

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