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manu-2Mountains of Peru Magico is synonymous with mountains Inka Jungle Trek. Seen from the air, the Peruvian territory resembles a colossal crumpled paper. The reason for this is the presence of the magnificent Andes of central Peru, walking a giant backbone of rock and snow, the Peruvian territory from north to south, modeling its geography and, with it, its landscape and its people.

The Andes are deployed inside the Peru and form the largest concentration of peaks in the Americas: an intricate system of mountain ranges and small mountain ranges, about 20 – crowned by a thousand major peaks at 5000 meters and more than one thirty above 6000 meters.

The most famous mountain ranges are the Cordillera Blanca and Huayhuash in Ancash department; Vilcanota and Vilcabamba in Cusco; Carabaya in Puno; Chila, in Arequipa; The Widow, in Lima, and Pariacaca in Junín. The presence of the Andes in Peru is so important that it is almost impossible to imagine a landscape without thinking of large hills dominating the skyline. Only the Amazon basin and parts of the arid desert  lack of coastal land flatten your landscape. The Andes, besides from the Peruvian territory into two distinct regions or aspects, acts as continental watershed or divortium acuarum. Simply put, this means that their summits directed water drawn by the rains or those from the melting of glaciers in two diametrically opposite directions: the Pacific Ocean on the west, and the vast Amazon basin in the east .

The geographical location of much of the mountain range, located slightly south of the equator, a decisive influence on the characteristics of its mountains. The Peruvian Andes are therefore largely a tropical mountain range, and their summits, but covered with perpetual snow, enjoy the tropics own conditions.

Its climate is affected by two factors: the warm, moist winds from the Amazon rainforest and cold fronts coming from the Pacific. These factors combine to produce a rainy season (November to April) characterized by heavy rain and snow storms in the afternoon; and a dry season (May to October) with sunny days and extremely cold, dry nights when the temperature is often below -5 º C.

In the Peruvian Andes are the highest peaks in the Americas, with the exception of some northern Argentina and Chile. These include the Huascaran (6768 m), the highest mountain in Peru; Yerupajá (6 634 m), the highest mountain in the Amazon basin; and Alpamayo (5947 m), considered the most beautiful mountain in the world in a competition held in Germany in 1960. Peru also has the unspoiled mountain ranges, which are attractions of great interest to outdoor enthusiasts and the mountain sports.

These unique places are home to a succession of stunning scenery and wildlife of exception: puya Raimondi, which holds the largest inflorescence in the world (over 10 000) which blooms every 80-100 years and then die; queñual that develop near the edge of the snow; yaretas ancient growing an inch a year; herds of graceful vicuña whose finest wool in the world; majestic condors dominate the skies, and dozens of tiny hummingbirds that the colors of the rainbow.  Joining these attractive various Andean cultures of pastors and farmers who have preserved ancient traditions of respect for the mountains, sacred Apus or guardian deities of the heights. We invite you to roam around.

Mountain Trekking in Peru Magico – Inka Jungle Trek:

Mountain Trekking Peru Magico is a paradise for hikers and adventure travelers. Practically all of the sierra of Peru Magico, including valleys, plateaus and mountain ranges of the Andes, houses or hiking trekking circuits with varying degrees of difficulty. However, only some of them have been “discovered” as commercial trekking routes.
The rest remains unexplored waiting for anyone wishing to explore the magical trails of the Peruvian Andes Inca empire, with its extra-ordinary network Columbian trails and more than 12,300 lakes, the deepest canyons on Earth, glaciers and snowy peaks, rainforest and waterfalls within the rainforest, beautiful villages and communities, especially, most hospitable people you can think of each place. Some are so steep that are lost in depths breathtaking; winding like giant snakes through the mountains; straight as you seem lost in the vastness of the desert; hidden and invisible amongst the thick vegetation of the Amazon forests. The roads of Peru offer endless possibilities and, of course, more than an ideal for walkers of all levels of experience and combination requirement.

Inca Trail to Machu Picchu – Inka Jungle Trek:

The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu part of the more than 23 000 km of roads built by the Incas in South America roads, is the busiest route in Peru trekking and perhaps one of the most spectacular of America. Each year, approximately 25 000 caincatrails-1minantes around the world walk the 43 miles of paved trail, built by the Incas  to advance to the unassailable citadel of Machu Picchu, deep in the jungle mountain Cusco.

The tour starts in Qorihuayrachina at kilometer 88 of the Cusco-Quillabamba railway, and takes three to four days of tough hiking. During the route runs through an impressive altitudinal gradient, with different climates and ecosystems and the high Andean plain-cloud forests must overcome two steps open or high (the largest, Warmiwañuska to 4200 m) finally conclude with a magical entrance to Machu Picchu through the Inti Punku or Puerta del Inca. One of the main attractions of the route network is carved granite Inca settlements that occur along the way (Wiñay Wayna, Phuyupatamarca), immersed in natural scenes of breathtaking beauty. The forests abound with hundreds of species of orchids, multicolored birds and dreamlike landscapes are the perfect complement to this indispensable hikers on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu route.

Numerous tour companies sell complete packages for this classic route of the Inca trail to Machupicchu (including food, camping equipment and porters). For those wishing to organize the trip on their own, there are porters in the communities they charge Wayllabamba Chillca and affordable to help with luggage. It is necessary to bring drinking water and food, plus a full camping gear.

Administration of Machu Picchu charge $ 50 per person for the Inca Trail maintenance (ticket already includes the right to enter the sanctuary). There are toilets and a shelter for visitors Wiñay Wayna, where stands one of the most spectacular terraces of Peru.

Cordillera Blanca of Peru Magico – Inka Jungle Trek:

“A great sea of ​​mountains”, “Andean Chamonix” are some of the comments mountaineers who visit this place. Located 410 km northeast of Lima (5-6 and 7-8 hour drive by bus), the Cordillera Blanca is the highest tropical mountain range in the world. It extends over 180 km in north-south direction and divides the eastern and western slopes of the Andes. Easy access via a paved road from Pativilca (210 km north of Lima) and leads to scenic Callejón de Huaylas, Cordillera Blanca receives each year thousands of climbers looking to conquer its beautiful mountains or walk the spectacular scenery. Virtually all of the mountain range is protected by the Huascaran National Park, a paradise of snowy peaks, 663 glaciers, 269 lakes and 41 rivers, in addition to 33 archaeological sites. The flora and fauna are an attractive addition to tours of these mountains, about 800 species of flowering plants, among which the Puya Raimondi, elderly queñual and cactus found only in this range; Andean condors, vicuna, pumas, Andean tarucas or deer, and more than a hundred species of birds.

The Cordillera Blanca has plenty of hiking or trekking circuits; however, some of them enjoy  of worldwide acclaim: the route of the Santa Cruz valley is perhaps the most popular of all. It starts in the city and ends at Cashapampa LLanganuco ravine at the edge of its beautiful emerald lagoons, a journey that usually takes four to six days. Other popular circuits include round the Alpamayo, a spectacular journey between the snowy peaks, takes 12 days; Broken Cedars, classic way that allows us to observe the mountains of the northern sector of Huascaran Park in a four-day tour; Llanganuco-Portachuelo, simple and short (a half day); and broken Quilcayhuanca, gently sloping and two days.

Llama Trek Olleros – Chavín of Peru Magico – Inka Jungle Trek:

An interesting and novel way of trekking. The Llama Trek is part of the project “Flame 2000 ‘, a unique initiative launched by a group of peasants Huaylas and Assistants Association Mountain Olleros-Chavin sector aimed at promoting ecotourism in Ancash through the rescue of their traditional customs. The llama and alpaca, animals inseparable load the Peruvian Andes, are the key to captivate the attention of the walkers through a tour of some of the most spectacular trails

the Cordillera Blanca and Huascaran National Park.

The route begins in the picturesque village of Olleros (30 km south of Huaraz), where the flames are loaded with luggage necessary for the voyage. Throughout the four days of walking, in addition to touring various places of great natural beauty and appreciate the snowy Shaqsha (5703), Cashan (5686) and Tuctupunta (5343), travelers participate in the customs and traditions of farmers in villages like Shongo (with its imposing sacred monoliths or ‘huancas’) and Nunupata.

The route ends at the spectacular archaeological site of Chavin, important administrative and ceremonial center of the first panperuana pre-Columbian culture, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1 985. With dozens of polished stone buildings, squares and underground galleries, and unique gargoyle heads and engraved stelae, Chavin is must for visitors to this region.

Cordillera Huayhuash of Peru Magico – Inka Jungle Trek:

Located about 50 km south of the White Mountains, 250 km northeast of Lima, Huayhuash is considered one of the lesser-known mountain ranges in the world and, at the same time, one of the most beautiful. It stretches along 30 km south-north orientation, and has a string of snowy peaks of great beauty, among which Yerupajá and dozens of glacial lakes of incomparable beauty (Carhuacocha, Jahuacocha, Mitucocha, among others). The trekking circuit that runs entirely and covers nearly 165 km in 12 days is, say experts, one of the most spectacular in the world.

The route-only road that circles the ridge-way starts in the town of Chiquián (3 400 m) and takes two days to reach the heart of the range. On the way through five steps to open or high, and walking picturesque villages of farmers as Llamac, Pocpa, and Huayllapa Pacllón, bordering the mountains to the north, thence along the eastern edge and completing the circuit on the western side.

A classic shortest circuit (45 km) is the linking Chiquián with Jahuacocha lagoon, starting the tour of the villages and Pocpa Llamac and returning by Pacllón. Extraordinary mountains, crystalline lagoons, flocks  llamas and alpacas, hospitable people and above all nature in almost unaltered state, are prizes for those who venture to discover this unique circuit.

The Colca Valley in Arequipa – Inca Jungle Trek:

The “Valley of Wonders” as he called the Peruvian writer Mario Vargas Llosa, covers a range of trekking circuits of great beauty and the recent discovery adventure. Located 150 km north of the city of Arequipa by unpaved road, includes an almost endless network of classic trails that wind through the mountains linking colonial villages of unusual beauty. They add a touch of interest to route the existence of beautiful lakes, unique stone formations eroded and the presence of species of wild fauna and flora unique and abundant, as the Andean condor and vicuna, forests and stands of centuries queñual yaretas . The most impressive attraction of the route are, however, its snow-capped volcanoes, some of them in full activity: Hualca Hualca (6025 m), Sabancaya (5976 m) and Ampato (6288 m), among others.

The Colca Valley in Arequipa was, from time immemorial, home to Collagua and Cabana ethnic groups, two offspring Pucara peoples of the Altiplano and the Cusco Quechua, who achieved a remarkable level of development in hydraulic engineering: the spectacular system of platforms or agricultural terraces that decorates the steep slopes of the valley is the tangible proof of the high art that reached these farmers exception.

One of the most popular routes is the Colca trek that links the towns of Cabanaconde and Tapay in a circuit that takes two to three days and you can enjoy stunning landscapes, ethnic villages in the cabana as Cosnihua and Malata, and numerous pre-Hispanic ruins. Both in the city of Arequipa and the Colca Valley in Arequipa (towns of Chivay and Yanque) itself may engage the services of tour companies offer organized hiking and horseback riding packages. On site there are also lodging and restaurants for all tastes and budgets.

Around the Ausangate Trek – Inka Jungle Trail:

ausangate-1Ubicado in the heart of the eastern Andes, south of the city of Cusco, the trek Ausangate (6,333 m) is considered the main Apu or tutelary deity of the people of the southern Andes of Peru. Access to this massif is via a paved road, taking the road to the town of Ocongate. The hike takes between eight and twelve days and requires good physical condition, as through distance or open high and involves various weather conditions.
There are tourist trekking and adventure companies offering this circuit from its headquarters in the city of Cusco. It is recommended to hire the services of an experienced agency and always have the support of local guides. Among the attractions of this route, in addition to the spectacular Andean scenery that frames it, is a set of Quechua villages that still live in the traditional way, developing communal farming and grazing ruminants.

Walk to Salkantay – Machupicchu – Inca Jungle Trek:

The Salkantay trek (6271 m), the “magic mountain” that rises overlooking Machu Picchu, the Salkantay-2espectacular Cordillera Vilcanota is the culmination of a trekking circuit that combined with a few times magnificence matched-la majesty of a setting of great natural beauty with the appeal of the most famous pre-Hispanic ruins of the World: salkantay trek to Machu Picchu, Machu Picchu tours and classic Inca Trail to Machupicchu, inca jungle trail, lares trek.

The route starts following the old Inca road carved into the rock leading to the citadel of Machu Picchu and through a mountain pass between Humantay Salkantay (5917 masl), to continue on the Broken River to Aobamba site archaeological. Since its route is possible to obtain unique views of the majority of the most beautiful mountains of Cusco: the Wayanay (5464 m), the Palcay (5229 m) and Wakay Willka or Veronica (5750 m), located across the Urubamba valley (Sacred Valley of the Incas). There are tourist trekking and adventure companies offering this circuit from its headquarters in the city of Cusco. We recommend using local guides.

Mountain Trekking outside the Inca Trail – Machu Picchu – Salkantay in Peru Magico with Inka Jungle Trek:

The trekking not only uses a complex topography ranges or as a stage. Some places in the coast incatrails-5peruana combine vast and apparently empty desert with jagged coastline to create beautiful environments and attractive to walkers. One of them is undoubtedly the Paracas desert (about
250 km south of Lima). Yellow salt plains, sand dunes, cliffs eroded by wind and sea extremely rich in addition to the huge concentrations of waterfowl and sea lions to create a unique environment along the Peruvian coast.

The Paracas Peninsula and Bay is crossed by countless cart tracks, many of which are circuits of trekking or hiking Premium. At the north end are Bayóvar and its pristine beaches, natural treasure of Piura. Deep gorges, carved out by rivers relive every fifty years to model landscape with ferocious violence; twisted mesquite forests; flocks of migratory birds and windswept desert, are some of the most unique attractions.

Across the Andes, the steep slopes that face east, washed by the constant rains from the Amazon plain eyebrow mountain ranges. This land of impenetrable forests, considered one of the last refuges of a particular wildlife (orchids, bromeliads and tree ferns) and unique animal species and endangered (spectacled bear, the dwarf deer and yellow-tailed woolly monkey) , was part of the vast and intricate system of pre-Columbian roads linking the saw with the Peruvian jungle.

One of these routes is the one that leads to the fortress of Kuelap, Sachapuyas enclave in the Amazonian jungle, known for its spectacular limestone walls built to protect the citadel located on a rocky ridge at 3000 m. Kuelap is the most important archaeological attraction throughout northeastern Peru, and consists of two overlapping gigantic platforms on which stands a beautiful populated center. The dimensions (584 x 110 meters) and features of the site makes it comparable to Sacsayhuaman and Machu Picchu in Cusco. To get to Kuelap Chachapoyas is recommended to fly (50 minutes from Lima, you need to hire special flights because there are no commercial flights), then overland takes a full day’s drive from Chiclayo, located 750 km from Lima. From Chachapoyas to Tingo driving in Utcubamba Valley, then climbs a dirt road 7 miles to the fort.

Other interesting routes in the eastern Andes are the trails that descend to the east of Cusco and Puno (floating islands Uros, Lake Titicaca, Amantani, Taquile, sillustani) and are spectacular and little known to fans trekking circuits.

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