Ausangate Trek 6 Days / 5 Nights

Price from: $ 375.00 USD (See: Price List)

Ausangate Trek 6 Days / 5 Nights

Price from: $ 375.00 USD (See: Price List)

Highligths Ausangate Trek 6 days Why you will love this Ausangate 6 Days Walk with impressive views of the Andes. Experience the mountains in the Cusco region, Peru Walk the ancient Ausangate Trek through the Andes of the Incas Feel the magic of remote terrain in inhospitable Peru, where high-altitude nature remains untouched Explore 6-Day […]

6-Day Ausangate Trek

The Ausangate Trek 6 Days adventure circuit is a spectacular trek around the beautiful snowy base of Ausangate, Peru. Nevado Ausangate (6,385 meters or 21,000 feet) is the first highest mountain in the Cusco region and essential southern Peru in SOUTH AMERICA. The Ausangate Trek 6 days circuit brings us closer to the nature of the real Andes with impressive panoramic views. We camp in the surroundings of the thermal waters of Tinqui, frozen turquoise lakes, mountains, and spectacular geographies in combination with the habitat of the fauna of the Andes of Peru in high mountains.

Overview

Highligths Ausangate Trek 6 days

Ausangate Trek 6 Days

Ausangate Trek 6 Days

Why you will love this Ausangate 6 Days

  • Walk with impressive views of the Andes.
  • Experience the mountains in the Cusco region, Peru
  • Walk the ancient Ausangate Trek through the Andes of the Incas
  • Feel the magic of remote terrain in inhospitable Peru, where high-altitude nature remains untouched
  • Explore 6-Day Ausangate Trek in all its splendor

6-Day Ausangate Hike

For the Ausangate 6-Day trek, we have the local logistics of Ausangate, such as packing donkeys, muleteers, and residents of the area, thus providing indirect and direct work to the communities of the last original direct descendants of the Inca empire, where clothing prevails in colorful traditional. Explore Peru south of Cusco towards Ausangate, hiking for 06 days and 05 nights with open-air camps of spectacular glacial views and uninterrupted beauty in the mystical solitude of mother nature; recommended for hikers who love a true adventure through remote iconic places.

Itinerary

ITINERARY

IMPORTANT The pre-trek briefing for all trekkers: We offer a pre-trek briefing on Ausangate Trek 6 Days in the lobby of the trekkers’ hotel. After the tour guide has explained the itinerary, the adventurers ask about the trek or any other expedition details. Briefings do prepare one day before your hike starts at around 17:00.

Our travel Company does fully authorized by the Ministry of Culture Peru. 

Day 1: Cusco – Tinqui – Upis

Our expert guide will pick you up from your hotel at 06:00 am to start the trip to Tinki, heading southwest from Cusco.

The drive south from Cusco is very picturesque as it passes through various colonial and Inca towns with a changing panorama typical of the Peruvian Andes.

We will continue our 6-Day Ausangate Trek to the Andean community of Tinqui; we will meet our team of muleteers and pack donkeys. We load all the mountain equipment of the Ausangate Trek for 6 Days and begin our adventure through the Andes of Peru. Our first hiking trail took approximately 3 hours at a moderate pace to adapt to the elevations of the Andes gradually.

The second segment of the walk takes 2 hours to reach UPIS to have the opportunity to immerse ourselves in the thermal baths of Upis; essential to bring a bathing suit “being inside the hot springs is an incredible feeling for a remote adventure.”

Summary Ausangate Trek 6 Days

  • Departure from Cusco Tinqui Ausangate: 06:00 a.m.
  • Lowest elevation: 3,800 meters/12,467 feet
  • Highest Elevation: 4,400 meters/11,155 feet
  • Hiking distance from Tinqui to Upis: 12 km/7.5 miles
  • Approximate hiking time: From 05 to 06 hours
  • Physical level: Easy
  • Meals: Lunch, lunch, and dinner.

Day 2: Upis to Puca Qocha

The nights are cold, like every morning; We recommend wearing warm clothing for low temperatures; It helps a lot for the comfort of each hiker.

Today is one of the big days from Ausangate Trek 6 Days because we will climb our first pass of ARAPA (4850 meters or 15,915 feet). We will climb the mountain little by little until we conquer it to have two great panoramic views of contrast between the Andes, glaciers, snow-capped mountains, flora, and fauna of the Andean zone.

From the top and bottom of the trail, we have three areas of lagoons of different shades, such as reddish, green, and turquoise. For souvenir photos, count the headwaters of the great Amazonian rivers.

ARAPA Pass Summary

  • Lowest elevation: 4,400 meters/11,155 feet
  • Highest elevation: 4,850 meters/15,915 feet
  • Hiking distance: 12 kilometers or 7.5 miles
  • Approximate Hiking time: Between 06 to 07 hours
  • Difficulty level: Challenging ascent and moderate descent
  • Meals: Coca leaf wake up tea, Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 3: Puca Qocha to Ausangate Qocha (Plus Rainbow Mountain) – Huchuy Pinaya

A few years ago, Rainbow Mountain became famous; we will visit it in an extra walk of 01 hour and a half, taking the additional path until we reach the top of the rainbow mountain 5050 meters / 16 568 feet in Ausangate Trek 6 Days. The best is that we hike the additional circuit towards the rainbow.

After appreciating and taking in enough of the colorful mountains, we return to the ANANTA HIKING TRAIL. From ANANTA, we continue our walk for an average of 03 hours until we reach Ausangate Qocha, 4,700 meters / 15,420 feet., and Palomani hiking pass to our base camp of Huchuy Pinaya. Today’s outdoor activities are varied from appreciating or observing the great snow-capped Ausangate, such as the colorful Vinicunca trail, the Red Valley, or the pass with its descent to the camp; truly remote places ideal to de-stress from the routine to find ourselves on nature walks with picturesque landscapes.

Summary 6-Day Trek Ausangate

  • Lowest elevation: 4,600m/15,092ft
  • Highest peak: Palomani Pass 5,200m/17,060ft
  • Walking distance: 15 kilometers / 9.32 miles
  • Approximate walking time: Between 08 to 09 hours
  • Difficulty level: Challenging
  • Meals: Fresh coca leaf wake-up tea, breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner

Day 4: Huchuy Pinaya – Jampa

We continue our Ausangate Trek through the Andes, ascending to the Jampa Pass (5,150 meters or 16,919 feet). Throughout the hike, we accompany Mother Nature’s silence in this part of the world with the inspiring landscape view of the unique panoramas of Ausangate. We find herds and herds of alpacas in their natural habitat running towards the frozen mountains and inter-Andean valleys; the higher the Andean camelids are, the happier they are, laughing and jumping because it is their natural habitat. We will have the opportunity to capture excellent panoramic views of the landscapes with alpacas of different types and styles.

From the Jampa pass, we descend the mountain for approximately 02 hours until we reach Pampacancha (4050 meters) to continue our hiking adventure on the uphill path of the Andes Mountain for 03 hours until we reach the base camp of Jampa (4300 meters.)

JAMPA Overview

  • Accommodation: Camping facilities
  • Maximum altitude: 5,157 meters / 16,919 feet
  • Walking distance to JAMPA: 11 km, approximately 6.8 miles
  • Difficulty level: Challenging
  • Meals: Wake up in the store; Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Day 5: Jampa to Pacchanta

We are nearing the end of our 6 Days Ausangate Hike vacation through the Peruvian Andes. WE BEGIN hiking for an average of 01 hour, arriving near the base and at the top of the mountain glacier. The Ausangate glacier is one of the essential mountains in South America because it is part of the source of freshwater to pass its waters through the Andes of Peru and other South American countries. For this reason, reaching this point in Ausangate is satisfactory for the whole group to take a couple of photographs.

During the afternoon, we will descend for approximately 5 hours towards and around the Qomer Qocha lagoon to conquer the last outdoor camp of Pacchanta. Pacchanta is an Andean community with attractive hot springs to take a dip and relax your muscles after several days of trekking through the Andes.

Pacchanta short description

  • Lowest elevation: 4,250 meters/13,943 feet
  • Highest elevation: 4,500 meters/ 14,764 feet
  • Walking distance: 13 km / 08 miles
  • Approximate walking time: Between 06 to 07 hours
  • Difficulty level: Moderate
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 6: Pacchanta to Tinqui – Cusco

Wow, how incredible it is to be a few hours away from returning to Tinqui via Pacchanta; It is like going around the world, BUT in our case, it is going around the Ausangate glacier.

The last section of hiking is only 03 hours until you reach Tinqui. In Tinqui, we have lunch, say goodbye to our team of horses, and begin to return to the city of Cusco after having enjoyed this incredible walk of Ausangate Trek 6 Days; thank you for exploring the Andes with our team.

  • Lowest elevation: 3,800 meters/12,467 feet
  • Highest elevation: 4,250 meters/ 13,943 feet
  • Walking distance: 07 km / 4.35 miles
  • Approximate hiking time: 03 hours
  • Difficulty level: Easy
  • Meals: Last breakfast and lunch

Inclusions

Includes: 

  • English-speaking local guide (local tour guide coming from the city of Cusco who knows the area)
  • The pre-departure briefing at your hotel 1-2 days before your trip is “essential to clarify any doubts or questions.”
  • Pick up from your hotel and transfer to Tinqui from Cusco (Tinqui to Cusco)
  • Tent for hikers “02 people per tent”.
  • Mattress
  • GENERAL TENTS
    • Cook tent
    • Dining tent with tables and chairs
    • Toilet tent
  • Muleteers and horses from Ausangate carry all the mountain equipment.
  • Canvas bags where you can put your personal belongings.
  • Cargo horses are to have personal items of 08 kg / 16 pounds per hiker
  • All entrance tickets to the tourist circuit, as well as exit tickets for each camp and thermal bath of Upis and Pacchanta
  • 01 Cook with experience in high Andean mountains, a specialist in preparing nutritious concoctions for this type of adventure
  • Meals: Breakfast (05), lunch (06), dinner (05) with options for vegetarians and vegans.
  • Cold-boiled water every morning to fill water bottles, but bringing cash to buy more bottled water is recommended.
  • First aid kit and emergency oxygen bottle

Ausangate Trek 6  Days Tour does not include:

  • Sleeping bag (we recommend bringing an excellent one from your home country that will withstand the frosty nights; alternatively, you can rent one in downtown Cusco)
  • Food: Breakfast on day 01 and dinner on the last day
  • Tips for the entire crew (muleteers, cook, and guide) everything is well received with all love for the services of Salkantay trek 06 days

What to bring?

  1. A good backpack suitable for carrying your personal belongings.
  2. Mountain boots; are the lightest, with good ankle support!
  3. Hiking pants.
  4. 01 raincoat.
  5. A winter jacket; is “IMPORTANT.”
  6. Sun protection cream (SPF 45 or higher recommended).
  7. Reusable water container “let’s keep our planet green.”
  8. Extra money.

Travel Facts

Travel facts Ausangate Trek 6 Days

PRICE LIST

Prices Ausangate Trek 6 Days [USD] 2023 

PRICES PER PERSON [USD] 2023. We carry out this trekking circuit through the Andes of Ausangate as a private service.

  • 02 participants $935. “prices reduce if more people in your group.”
  • 03 participants $680.
  • 04 participants $530.
  • 05 participants $515.
  • 06 participants $450.
  • 07 participants $415.
  • 08 participants + $375.

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