IFMGA certified guide Juventino wants to guide you on a challenging, but amazing 5 day trek around the mythical and beautiful Ausangate peak near Cusco, Peru.
Spend 5 days trekking around the Ausangate mountain.
See the beauty of the Peruvian Andes.
A great adventure just 100 kilometers away from Cusco.
For 5 day thrilling days, I would like to guide you around the great Ausangate peak. You will get to trek through, gaze at and admire the gorgeous landscape fanning out from all sides of this majestic mountain. Meanwhile, every time you look up, you will get to stare at the mountain’s snow capped summit.
Every day of this trek will present you with new sites to behold and new challenges to conquer. And every night, you will get to relax and rest in a new campsite. At the camp sites, you will also get to enjoy some delicious food and converse about what you have just seen and what you still have yet to see in the days to come.
Our journey will begin in Cusco. From there, we will make our way toward the Ausangate mountain. Along the way, you will get to visit several wonderful Andean villages. Some examples of those villages include Tinki, Upis and Pacchanta. You will also get to visit hot springs and traverse several incredible passes including Jampa (4,650m), Arapa (4,850m), Alcatani (4,650m) and the Palomani pass (5,050m), where you can get great views of Ausangate.
The hike will be challenging, as we will be venturing at high altitudes. As a result, it is important that participants are in good physical condition.
Trekking around Ausangate is an unforgettable adventure. And it is one I would be happy to lead you on. If you would like to join me on this 5 day expedition, just send me a request.
I can also lead you on the classic 10 day Huayhuash trek in the Peruvian Andes as well.
Different campsites throughout the trek.
Participants should bring the following items with them: Equipment list: trekking shoes/hiking boots, small rucksack to carry your personal items during daily travels when all your baggage is not necessary, waterproof jacket, trekking trousers, walking sticks/poles, sandals for comfort at campsite., warm clothes such as a jacket, a fleece (thermal clothing is also recommended for cold nights during camping), hat or a cap as a protection against the sun and rain as well as cold, sun cream or sun block, after-sun cream or hydrating cream for face and body, insect repellent when in area with insects, camera and its charger/batteries (please note that batteries are consumed quickly under cold conditions), flashlight/headlamp + batteries, handkerchiefs and toilet paper, small towel and toiletries, underwear and extra socks, swimsuits when you pass through warm areas with lagoons, rivers, hot springs in Agua Calientes and Lares or other water sources, snacks such as biscuits, energy bars, chocolate, raw fruits, muesli, etc, bottled water and a water bottle to be refilled. Metallic (alternatively Nalgene) bottles are ideal, water-purifying tablets if you like to use water from streams along the trail, cash in a local currency.
Early in the morning, we’ll depart from Cusco to Tinqui (3,900 meters), where we’ll share a picnic and start hiking to Upis (4,400 meters). On this campsite, we’ll spend the night and have the chance to enjoy the hot springs.
Transport time: 4 hours.
Hiking time: 5 hours.
On day 2, we’ll ascend to the Arapa pass (4,800 meters) and descend to Yanacocha to share a picnic. Then, we’ll continue through the Extreme Ausangate pass (4,850 meters) and reach the Ausangate Lake, our next camp.
Hiking time: 7 hours.
Day 3 will be a demanding but very rewarding day. We’ll ascend to the Palomani pass (5,200 meters) and get to see breathtaking views of Ausangate mountains and glaciers. Afterwards, we’ll descend to the Finaya Pampa valley and reach Jampa (4,700 meters), where we’ll set up our camp.
Hiking time: 8 hours.
On this day, we’ll climb to the Campa pass (5,100 meters) and go across several lagoons until Pacchanta (4,350 meters). This campsite offers us the chance to enjoy hot springs and share a traditional dinner.
Hiking time: 8 hours.
On our last day, we’ll descend to Tinqui and head back to Cusco by bus. Before we say goodbye, we’ll share a delicious local meal.
Hiking time: 3 hours.
Transport time: 4 hours.
IFMGA/UIAGM mountain guide from Peru.
He was born in 1960 in Huaraz / Peru. With his 15th Age he learned the world of trekking and mountaineering know by he accompanied his father on trips with his clients.
To this day he is still working as a mountain guide and tour operator. For many years he was able to acquire a lot of knowledge about the mountains, making it one of the most experienced certified mountain guides.
He runs a family travel agency based in Huaraz, which was founded by his father, and is now managed by Juventino and his son, Eric.
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Group of 1
|USD 2939 each|
Group of 2
|USD 1470 each|
Group of 3
|USD 980 each|
Group of 4
|USD 735 each|
Group of 5
|USD 735 each|
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• Guiding fee
• Transport during the trip
• Luggage transfer during the trip
• Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Mrs Erin Leigh Hardy
We are a group of friends and a mountain club, we have made trips with Eric since 2007, we have done the most classic tours in Cusco: Ausangate trek, Choquequirao trek, Salkantay trek, all tours always with Machu Picchu ending, the Inca culture is very interesting and if you travel to Peru you must visit it - and not missing Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. In Huaraz we have running out the tours: Santa Cruz trek, Alpamayo trek, Huayhuash trek, and the climbs, and Nevado Pisco trek, Nev. Vallunaraju, Tocllaraju, Alpamayo and Huascaran. Every year our club members go from 15 to 20 people to Huaraz, and in Cusco culture we have groups from 18 to 30 people, and all these trips are made by our partner Eric and Juventino in Peru. And friends always return very happy with the services they perform on the tours we sell. We recommend them to make a quality and safe trip, they have about 30 certified guides working for them, Juventino is the head of the company and is a member of UIAGM - IFMGA. They also have a family Hotel called \"Alpamayo Guest House\" this is in Huaraz, and every time our group ends their trek, climbing or expedition trip, the Juventino family invite us to a special dinner called (Pachamanca) as a very Inca Traditional food, this meal is prepared by JUVENTINOS wife Dina, she is a typical person of the area and they live in the Unchus village, this is an unforgettable dinner for all group participants. Next year we will extend our trip with mountain bike MTB around the Huascaran and the Huayhuash mountain range, and we will also have new trips from Lima: Nazca Lines, Arequipa Cañon del Colca, Cusco Inca Trail, Puno Floating Islands Lake Titicaca and the Tiawanaco culture peace.