Trekking


To practice trekking in Peru is a paradise for walkers because it means to move through beautiful Andean places with fantastic views of snow-capped mountains and lagoons. It is to travel the Qhapaq Ñan, the network of roads that united the Inca Empire; know the culture of the communities; cross the Blanca and Huayhuash mountain ranges in Áncash or find more than one route to Machu Picchu in Cusco.

Virtually the entire mountain range, including valleys, plateaus and mountain ranges, houses trekking circuits with varying degrees of difficulty.

Only some of the circuits have been «discovered» as commercial trekking routes such as santa cruz trek, huayhuash trek and cedros -alpamayo trek in Ancash and The Salkantay trek, Choquekirao trek , rainbow mountain trek in Cuzco. The rest remains unexplored waiting for lovers to the magical roads of the Andes, with its extraordinary network of pre-Columbian trails and its more than 12,000 lagoons, with the deepest canyons on Earth, glaciers and snowy peaks, forests and waterfalls, beautiful populated and, above all, the most hospitable people imaginable.

There are roads so steep that they get lost in chasms that freeze their breath; zigzagging like gigantic snakes that move through the mountain ranges; flat and extensive that seem to be lost in the vastness of the desert; hidden and imperceptible among the thick vegetation of the Amazonian forests.