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The top 10 Trekking routes around Cusco,Inca Trail,Salkantay trek,Choquequirao



Trekking activity in Peru has increased dramatically in the past years. In year 2000, 4,000 Inca Trail  permits were issued. In 2010, the figure was about 16,000. Now, in the peak season of June - July, the busiest trails in the Salcantay route resemble Inca Trail most popular  in winter, with 10,000+ trekkers passing through annually. Some villages in the lower Santa Teresa region will see as many as 200 trekkers camped out each day.
Thankfully, however, many regions of Cusco remain relatively undiscovered. (80 percent of the commercial trekking is confined to 20 percent of the trails around Machu picchu.) A fine alternative for the all trekkers is  published the 10 best alternative routes with little  trekking activity.

Inka Trail To Machupicchu 4 Days :
The real Inca Trail is a walking route that leads through the mountains above the Urubamba river, following (at least partly) the course of an old Inca roadway leading to the city of Machu Picchu. More


Inka Trail To Machupicchu 2 Days :
The real Inca Trail is a walking route that leads through the mountains above the Urubamba river, following (at least partly) the course of an old Inca roadway leading to the city of Machu Picchu.
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Salkantay to Machupicchu 7 Days :
Salcantay (Nevado Salcantay) or Salkantay (Nevado Salkantay) is the highest peak of the Cordillera Vilcabamba, part of the Peruvian Andes. It is located in the Cusco Region, about 60 km (40 mi) west-northwest of the city of Cusco. It is the 38th highest peak in the Andes, and the twelfth highest in Peru. However, as a range highpoint in deeply incised terrain, it is the second most topographically prominent peak in the country, after Huascarán.
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Choquekirao New Discovery 4 Days:
Choquequirao (Southern Quechua: Chuqi K'iraw, Cradle of Gold) is a partly excavated ruined city of the Inca in the south of Peru. It bears a striking similarity in structure and architecture to Machu Picchu and is referred to as its 'sister'. Choquequirao receives far fewer tourists than its sister but the ruin is no less delightful and is a good alternative to the sometimes overcrowded Machu Picchu. Unlike Machupicchu, Choquequirao cannot be reached by train or bus. The only way to visit the site is to go on a scenic 2-day hike from outside Cusco.

The ruins at Choquequirao are composed of buildings and terraces at different levels from the lower level Sunch'u Pata to the truncated hill top. The hill top has been leveled and ringed with stones to form a platform of 30x50 meters wide. More


Choquekirao To Machupicchu 8 Days :
Choquequirao (Southern Quechua: Chuqi K'iraw, Cradle of Gold) is a partly excavated ruined city of the Inca in the south of Peru. It bears a striking similarity in structure and architecture to Machu Picchu and is referred to as its 'sister'. Choquequirao receives far fewer tourists than its sister but the ruin is no less delightful and is a good alternative to the sometimes overcrowded Machu Picchu. Unlike Machupicchu, Choquequirao cannot be reached by train or bus. The only way to visit the site is to go on a scenic 2-day hike from outside Cusco.

The ruins at Choquequirao are composed of buildings and terraces at different levels from the lower level Sunch'u Pata to the truncated hill top. The hill top has been leveled and ringed with stones to form a platform of 30x50 meters wide. More


Ausangate Tipycal Trek 7 Days :
Ausangate (Quechua: Awsanqati) is a mountain of the Cordillera Vilcanota range in the Andes of Peru. With an altitude of 6,384 metres it is situated around 100 kilometres southeast of Cusco.

The mountain has significance in Incan mythology. Every year on the north side of Ausangate the feast of Qoyllur Rit'i (Quechua: "snow star") is celebrated before the feast of the Corpus Christi, during which thousands of Quechua pilgrims attend.

The mountain was ascended by Heinrich Harrer in 1953.

The region in inhabited by llama and alpaca herding communities, and constitutes one of the few remaining pastoralist societies in the world, high mountain trails are used by this herders, to trade with the lower elevation agricultural comunities, modernly one of this trails "the road of the Apu Ausangate" is one of the most renoun treks in Peru.

The area has 4 mayor geological features, the Andean uplift formed by Granits, the hanging glaciers and glaciar erotional valleys, the Permian formation with its singular colors, reds,ocre, turcoise and the Creatceous,lime stone forests.. More


Salkantay to Machupicchu 5 Days :
Salcantay (Nevado Salcantay) or Salkantay (Nevado Salkantay) is the highest peak of the Cordillera Vilcabamba, part of the Peruvian Andes. It is located in the Cusco Region, about 60 km (40 mi) west-northwest of the city of Cusco. It is the 38th highest peak in the Andes, and the twelfth highest in Peru. However, as a range highpoint in deeply incised terrain, it is the second most topographically prominent peak in the country, after Huascarán.
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Lares Trek 4 Days :
The Lares Trek is a two or three day high altitude hike in Peru starting near the village of Lares. Lares is approximately 40 miles north of Cusco and 35 miles east of Machu Picchu  The get to the start of the trek requires a bus or van trip of approximately 5 hours. Although it is sometimes advertised as an alternate for the Inca Trail, it is not near and does not lead to Machu Picchu. The Lares trek route transverses typical beautiful, pristine Peruvian Andean mountain areas.The indigenous people of this area speak Spanish and Quechua.
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Huch'uy Qosqo trek 2 days or 3 days:
Huchuy Qosqo is an archeological site north of Cuzco,
Peru. Its name is Quechua for "Little Cuzco." It lies at an elevation of 3600 meters (11,800 feet), above the 3000-meter high town of Lamay and the Sacred Valley. The site received its name in the Twentieth Century; previously it had been known as Kakya Qawani. Pedro de Cieza de León, in his Second Chronicle of Peru, claimed that the palaces were built by Viracocha, the Eighth Inca. Amongst a large number of buildings, some stone, some adobe, is a kallanka (great hall), 40m long. Providing water to the site is an Inca built irrigation channel, lined with stones for about 800m.

The site is inaccessible by public road. The two main access points by foot are from Lamay — 3 hours up a steep set of switchbacks — or from Tauca, Peru — about 3 hours, with a pass at 4400m, then mostly downhill, and visiting some other ruins. The 2 day route from Tauca to Lamay is described in Peter Frost's "Exploring the Cusco". A number of tour groups also lead two-day hikes or horseback trips to Huchuy Qosqo. More

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