Ausangate Experience route 6 days 5 nights Ausangate Experience route 6 days 5 nights
Tinqui | Upis (Hot Spring) | Arapa Pass | Palomani Pass | Pacchanta (Hot Spring)

Ausangate Route

US$ 550.00 per person
6 Days & 5 Nights Duration
5,200 m / 17,060 ft Max. Altitude
3,800 m / 12,467 ft Min. Altitude
68 km / 42.3 mi Walking Distance
  • Tinqui
  • Upis (Hot Spring)
  • Arapa Pass
  • Ausangate Cocha
  • Otorongo Cocha
  • Pacchanta (Hot Spring)

Ausangate Experience 6 days

This is an intense, 6-day route through the base of the enormous Apu Ausangate. It’s one of the highest mountains in the region, as well as being an important spiritual center of Andean culture. For this reason, year after year for centuries, massive pilgrimages are made to its icy slopes.

As we hike around this mythical, sacred mountain, we’ll camp near hot springs and turquoise lakes. We’ll observe numerous species of birds, including Andean geese and the majestic condor, as well as llamas and alpacas grazing in tranquillity.

With spectacular glacier landscapes, uninterrupted beauty and a deep calmness, this is a perfect package for hikers who love a true outdoor adventure.

This is an intense, 6-day route through the base of the enormous Apu Ausangate. It’s one of the highest mountains in the region, as well as being an important spiritual center of Andean culture. For this reason, year after year for centuries, massive pilgrimages are made to its icy slopes.

This snowy peak is at 6,385 MASL (21,000 FASL) and, although we won’t climb that high, you will have the opportunity to connect closely with nature and enjoy the impressive views that the region offers.

As we hike around this mythical, sacred mountain, we’ll camp near hot springs and turquoise lakes. We’ll observe numerous species of birds, including Andean geese and the majestic condor, as well as llamas and alpacas grazing in tranquillity.

With spectacular glacier landscapes, uninterrupted beauty and a deep calmness, this is a perfect package for hikers who love a true outdoor adventure.


After leaving Cusco, we will make our way through traditional Andean towns to Tinqui, watching along the way as the Vilcanota mountain range accompanies us. We’ll hike to Upis from there and soak in the hot springs before resting. The next day, we’ll cross the Arapa Pass and see sandy dunes contrasted with snowy peaks and green valleys on the horizon. Today, you might see a condor flying by as we walk past green, red and turquoise lagoons!

After a good night’s rest, we’ll spend the day traversing 2 mountain passes - Apuchata and Palomani - and enjoying the scenery of the trails in between. We’ll camp in the community of Huchuy Pinaya. The next morning, we’ll ascend to yet another mountain pass, the highest on the trek - the Jampa Pass at 5,150 MASL (16,896 FASL). We’ll camp in Jampa after hiking alongside llamas and alpacas in the afternoon. On day 5 of our trip, we’ll spend the day surrounded by the glaciers of the Vilacanota mountains, visit the Qomerqocha Lagoon, and finish the day in the hot springs of the Pacchanta community. On the last day of this adventure, we’ll hike downhill to return to Tinqui and then take a bus back to Cusco. You should arrive back to your hotel around the time of sunset.

Trip Highlights

  • Camp on remote mountainsides where we can savor peaceful nights beneath a star-filled sky.
  • Enjoy the wonderful landscape of glaciers, alpine lakes and rugged mountains.
  • Taste the only typical dish of the Incas, Pachamanca.
  • Observe herds of Andean camelids such as alpacas, llamas and vicuñas as well as vizcachas (a family of chinchillas).
  • Visit remote rural communities preserved in rich Inca culture.
  • Take advantage of your own private guide, porters, horses and delicious camp cuisine prepared by our personal cook.
  • Small groups, Big adventures (min 2 – max 8 / average 4)
  • This six-day trek will show you some of the most well-known sites in the Cusco region.
Included meals Breakfast: 5
Lunch: 6
Dinner: 5
Trip staff Explore Tour Leader
Transport Bus
Accommodation 5 nights camping
Walking grade: Moderate
Group Size: Up to 10 People
Day 1 Cusco - Tinqui – Upis (Hot Spring)
The best part of the day: Soak in hot springs after a long day, surrounded by the energy of the Vilcanota mountains.

We’ll leave Cusco very early, heading towards the small town of Tinqui. We’ll see the impressive Vilcanota mountain range and pass through several traditional towns. We’ll make some stops so you can take great pictures. Upon arrival, we’ll meet the porters who’ll prepare everything necessary to start our adventure. We’ll walk for around 3 hours to the place where we’ll have lunch. Afterwards, we’ll continue with 2 more hours of hiking until we reach Upis where our comfortable camp will have already been set up. Here, we’ll have the opportunity to enjoy the hot springs before a delicious dinner and a peaceful night's rest in the middle of the mountains.

Today, we’ll leave Cusco early to go by car to Tinqui with the Vilcanota mountain range by our side. From there, we’ll begin hiking through the peaks and valleys, have lunch, and then continue on to arrive at our camp in Upis. There, you’ll be able to soak in some hot springs before dinner and a nice rest.

  • Lunch and dinner Meals
  • Easy Level of difficulty
  • 12 km / 7.5 miles Hiking distance
  • 6 to 7 hours Hiking time
  • 3,800 m / 12,467 ft Minimum altitude
  • 4,400 me / 14,435 ft Maximum altitude
Day 2 Upis – Arapa Pass – Yanacocha - Pukacocha
The best part of the day: Enjoy several landscapes in just one place - sand, snow and greenery plus colorful lagoons, and maybe even a condor!

You’ll enjoy a delicious and nutritious breakfast that will provide you with the necessary energy to continue our adventure. Today, we’ll ascend to the Arapa Pass (4,850 m / 15,912 f). From this privileged place you will be able to observe an impressive contrast in the landscape - dunes that look like they came out of the desert surround the glacial wonder of the Apu Ausangate while, below, the valley extends in brilliant greens. From this perspective, if you’re really lucky, you’ll be able to gaze upon the flight of the condor. Let yourself be astounded by the 3 beautiful, crystalline lagoons, each with a particular shade: red, green, and turquoise. We’ll soon arrive at the place where our camp will already be set up. There you’ll feel how your heart vibrates in front of the huge glacier while you enjoy a relaxing dinner before bed.

After breakfast, we’ll ascend to the Arapa Pass to enjoy a contrasting landscape of sandy dunes around the glacier of the Apu Ausangate and green valleys on the horizon. We’ll see red, green and turquoise lagoons that seem to be from another planet and, maybe, a condor flying overhead! We’ll camp next to the grand glacier.

  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner Meals
  • Challenging Level of difficulty
  • 12 km / 7.5 miles Hiking distance
  • 6 to 7 hours Hiking time
  • 4,400 m / 14,435 ft Minimum altitude
  • 4,850 m / 15,912 ft Maximum altitude
Day 3 Pukacocha – Ausangate Cocha – Palomani Pass - Huchuy Pinaya
The best part of the day: Cross two mountain passes in one day!

Very early in the morning, after satisfying our hunger with an exquisite breakfast, we’ll ascend for 2 or 3 hours to the second mountain pass of our excursion, the Apuchata Pass (4,900 m / 16,076 f). From here, we’ll descend for 1.5 hours to Ausangate Qocha where we’ll have lunch while enjoying the amazing landscape. After, we will hike uphill 2 hours until we reach the Palomani Pass (5,100 m / 16,732 f) and then we’ll go downhill to the small community of Huchuy Pinaya where our camp will already be set up. Here, a comfortable night of rest awaits you after savoring the delicious dinner that our chef will have prepared with care.

This is a challenging day. After breakfast, we’ll go up to the Apuchata Pass, down to Ausangate Qocha for lunch, then up again to the Palomani Pass. There are some truly unforgettable landscapes along the way. We’ll camp in the community of Huchuy Pinaya after a satisfying dinner.

  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner Meals
  • Challenging Level of difficulty
  • 13 km / 8.1 miles Hiking distance
  • 6 to 7 hours Hiking time
  • 4,600 m / 15,091 ft Minimum altitude
  • 5,200 m / 17,060 ft Maximum altitude
Day 4 Huchuy Pinaya – Huanu Huanu Pampa - Jampa
The best part of the day: Notice the small details of daily life in the Andes, and appreciate the abundance of vistas and feelings that accompany them.

Today, we’ll ascend to the highest point of our excursion known as the Jampa Pass (5,150 m / 16,896 f). The silence of this remote place is truly inspiring. From here, you’ll have a privileged view of the Tampa Mountain. After that, we’ll descend for 2 hours until we reach Pampacancha (4,050 m / 13,287 f). On the way, you will see herds of llamas and alpacas that feed freely in this immense space. Then, we’ll go uphill again for approximately 3 hours until we reach our camp in Jampa (4,300 m / 14,107 f). You’ll recover your energy with an exquisite dinner, and then you’ll spend the night in our comfortable tents. Remember to keep warm since nights in the Andes can get very cold.

We’ll reach the Jampa Pass today at 5,150 MASL (16,896 FASL) and be truly inspired by our surroundings, including a view of Tampa Mountain. From there, we’ll pass through Pampacancha and get a close-up experience with local llamas and alpacas grazing in open mountain slopes. We’ll then continue on to our campsite in Jampa.

  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner Meals
  • Challenging Level of difficulty
  • 11 km / 6.8 miles Hiking distance
  • 5,157 m / 16,919 ft Maximum altitude
Day 5 Jampa – Otorongo Cocha - Pacchanta (Hot Spring)
The best part of the day: Soak in the energy shared by the Vilcanota mountain range and the Qomerqocha Lagoon, and then soak in another hot spring at night.

Our adventure is nearing its end. Today, like every day, we’ll leave after breakfast and head for 1 hour to the base of the glacier. Then, we’ll go up a little to survey the wonderful landscape of the Vilcanota mountain range. We’ll return to the base of the mountain to enjoy a delicious lunch. In the afternoon, we’ll descend towards the Qomerqocha Lagoon and arrive at the Pacchanta community after 5 hours of walking. Pacchanta is a beautiful, traditional place that has hot springs where you can enjoy a relaxing bath while watching the perpetual snowy peaks of the glorious Apu Ausangate. We will camp here.

Today, we’ll revel in the glaciers and lagoons of the Vilcanota mountains one more time. There’s truly nothing like it! Feel the power of the landscape becoming a part of you. Remember what that feels like so you can revisit these memories in the future. At the campsite, enjoy another starry night as we swim in the hot springs of Pacchanta, feeding on the energy of the snowy peaks of the Apu Ausangate.

  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner Meals
  • Moderate Level of difficulty
  • 13 km / 8.1 miles Hiking distance
  • 6 to 7 hours Hiking time
  • 4,250 m / 13,943 ft Minimum altitude
  • 4,500 m / 14,763 ft Maximum altitude
Day 6 Pacchanta – Tinqui - Ocongate – Cusco Hotel

In the morning, we’ll have breakfast and begin our journey toward the Tinqui community. We’ll hike for 2 hours. Once there, we will board a van that will take us directly to the city of Cusco. Our estimated arrival time is at sunset.

In the morning, we’ll have breakfast and begin our journey toward the Tinqui community. We’ll hike for 2 hours. Once there, we will board a van that will take us directly to the city of Cusco. Our estimated arrival time is at sunset.

  • Breakfast and lunch Meals
  • Easy Level of difficulty
  • 7 km / 4.3 miles Hiking distance
  • 3 hours Hiking time
  • 3,800 m / 12,467 ft Minimum altitude
  • 4,250 m / 13,943 ft Maximum altitude

What is Included?

  • High Quality Service & Safety

  • Pre-departure Briefing
    Detailed trek briefing with your Guide the day before the tour. The meeting is at 5:00 pm in our office.
  • Experienced Tour Guide
    Our official tour guides speak fluent English and Spanish, are professionally trained and certified. We choose them for their experience, responsibility, unbridled passion for exploring, and pride in sharing our culture and history. In every experience, they will keep you safe and comfortable so you can enjoy your time worry-free!
  • Private Camping Equipment
    • A spacious dining tent to enjoy your meals worry-free
    • Tables, chairs, dishware, and cooking equipment
    • A portable travel toilet
    All equipment carried by our horses.
  • One Duffle Bag
    For the trek, you’ll receive a duffle bag to pack your personal belongings up to a maximum weight of 7 kg / 15.4 lb (this weight includes your sleeping bag). The horses will carry it on the route.
  • Inflatable matress
  • Medical Kit or First AID Kit
    All Ausangate Peru guides have received specialized training in first aid. We hold mandatory training sessions for them every February. Your guide will always have a first aid kit and oxygen to face basic emergencies (altitude sickness, travelers' diarrhea, cuts, scrapes, etc.). If necessary, we'll evacuate you from the path as quickly as possible and ensure that you arrive at a clinic for treatment.
  • Extras Included in our Service
    We believe that attention to small details is what sets us apart from other local companies. You’ll receive a cover to protect your backpack on the route and a rain poncho.
  • 24/7 Customer Service
    We have telephone service available 24 hours/day for ease of communication with Ausangate Peru leading up to your tour.
  • Satellite Phone
    Your tranquility is our first priority. Although our guides are prepared for emergencies in the mountains, calling a doctor, hospital, or a friend can make you feel more secure. For this reason, each Ausangate Peru guide carries a satellite phone to call any location worldwide and from anywhere on the mountain.
  • Accommodation

  • 5 Nights Accommodation in Tents
    Ausangate Peru uses the best equipment to ensure your safety and comfort. Every 2 people will share a Eureka Timberline or Mountain Hardwear tent with a capacity of 4 people.
  • Meals

  • 5 Breakfasts, 6 Lunches, and 5 Dinners
    Our chef prepares the best dishes in the middle of the mountains. We respect all diets (vegetarian, vegan, or special menus are available at no extra cost). Meals include breakfast, lunch, dinner, and complimentary hot drinks and snacks.
  • Water on the trail
    We'll provide you with boiled, filtered, and cooled water during your hike. For this, you need to bring a camel bag or an empty bottle, which you can refill during each meal (we recommend a capacity of 2 liters).
  • Wake up tea
    You'll wake up every morning at the camp with a cup of coca tea! It'll be brought to your tent so you can warm up before you start the day.
  • Tea Time or Happy Hour
    Every afternoon before dinner, the cooks will provide you popcorn, cookies, coffee, hot chocolate, tea, hot water, etc. After a long day of hiking, you won't have to wait until dinner to relax, warm-up, and enjoy a bite!
  • Daily snacks on the trail
    Every morning we’ll give you snacks so you can enjoy them during the walk. The snacks include local fruits, biscuits, chocolates, caramels, etc.
  • One cloth snack bag per person
    To avoid the use of plastic bags that contaminate our environment, we'll give you a cloth bag for your snacks.
  • Hygiene Products
    We'll provide you with a small towel and soap to clean your hands before each meal.
  • Transportation

  • Private Transport
    • Day 1: You will be picked up from your hotel in the morning and will travel by private transportation to Tinqui, the starting point of the trek.
    • Day 5: Once you complete the tour, we will take you back to the door of your hotel in Cusco.
  • Cargo Mules
    While trekking, cargo mules will carry all the camping equipment and your baggage allowance (7 kg / 15.4 lb). Muleteers will be responsible for your duffle bag and personal items.
  • Permits & Entrance Tickets

  • Entry Ticket for the Ausangate Trek
  • Entry to Pacchanta Thermal Baths

Not Included:

  • Sleeping Bag

    You can rent one from our company if you don’t own one. Our sleeping bags are effective and durable to protect you from temperatures as low as -18ºC (0ºF). They are mummy-form and include a sleeping liner. The bags are cleaned after every use and have a maximum usage of 30 trips.
    • US$ 30.00 per person
  • Trekking Poles

    Trekking poles are very helpful on rough and uneven terrain. You can rent a set from our company if you'd like.
    • US$ 30.00 per person
  • Entry to Upis Thermal Baths (Day 1)

  • Meals not indicated

    • Day 1: Breakfast
    • Day 6: Dinner
  • Personal Hiking Gear

  • Travel Insurance

  • Tips for our staff

    Tipping is usual on any excursion in Peru. Although we pay good salaries to our entire team, something extra is always welcome, especially considering the hard work they do. Typically, group participants collect their tips to hand out to the horsemen and chefs together.
  • Additional costs or delays beyond our control

    Landslides, bad weather conditions, itinerary modifications due to a safety concern, illness, pandemics, government policy changes, political instability, strikes, an act of God, etc.

Our Hiking Team

Our tour leader in Ausangate mountain

Our Tour Guides

Your tour will be led by a trained and highly experienced professional with a very solid guiding background, years of hiking and wilderness experience, medical certifications, and a passion for leading people into unforgettable adventures.

Our cook in Ausangate Peru

Our Cooks

After a challenging trek we know how important a good hot meal can be to prepare your body and warm you up. That’s why on every trek with Salkantay Trekking we employ chefs with years of experience cooking on the trails so that they provide filling.

Meals: What to Expect in Ausangate

Meals: What to Expect

All of our hiking tours include a diversity of tasty meals packed full of critical carbohydrates, proteins and fats. We carry foods that travel well in the backcountry – rice, pastas, lentils, beans, couscous, packaged meats, nuts, breads, oatmeal, granola.

Our Horseman and Horses in Ausangate trek

Our Horseman and Horses

Our Horseman and his horses are in charge of all our gear and will always await us within the safe and comfortable camp sites.

Essential packing list for trekking

So you are planning to trek the famous Ausangate?

his Ausangate Packing List will help you to prepare for your outdoor adventure in one of the most stunning regions of South America.

In it we have provided as much detail on every piece of kit you will need for a safe and successful trekking. The packing list includes personal recommendations on gear that we own and use. We believe these recommended items of gear provide the best value for money and deliver the best performance.

Essential packing list

PACKING LIST: Duffle Bag Duffle Bag
PACKING LIST: Daypack Daypack


PACKING LIST: Original Passport Original Passport


PACKING LIST: Underwear Underwear
PACKING LIST: Base Layer Base Layer
PACKING LIST: Trekking Shirts Trekking Shirts
PACKING LIST: Hard Shell Jacket and Rain Gear Hard Shell Jacket and Rain Gear
PACKING LIST: Insulated Jacket Insulated Jacket
PACKING LIST: Fleece Jacket Fleece Jacket
PACKING LIST: Trekking Shorts and Trousers Trekking Shorts and Trousers


PACKING LIST: Hat for Sun Protection Hat for Sun Protection
PACKING LIST: Head Band or Beanie Head Band or Beanie
PACKING LIST: Neck Gaiter or Balaclava Neck Gaiter or Balaclava


PACKING LIST: Inner Gloves Inner Gloves
PACKING LIST: Outer Gloves Outer Gloves


PACKING LIST: Hiking Boots
PACKING LIST: Trainers (Trekking shoes / sandals) Trainers (Trekking shoes / sandals)
PACKING LIST: Hiking Socks
PACKING LIST: Thermal Socks Thermal Socks
PACKING LIST: Gaiters Gaiters

Important Accessories

PACKING LIST: Sleeping Bag Sleeping Bag
PACKING LIST: Trekking Poles Trekking Poles
PACKING LIST: Sunglasses Sunglasses
PACKING LIST: Headlamp Headlamp
PACKING LIST: Water Bottle or Hydration Bladder Water Bottle or Hydration Bladder
PACKING LIST: Camera / Videocamera Camera / Videocamera
PACKING LIST: Notebook / Journal and Pen Notebook / Journal and Pen

Personal Gear and Medications

  • Trekking Towel:

    A small to medium sized hiking towel can come in great use. LifeVentures or Discovery provide good, quick-drying trekking towels.
  • Small Locks:

    To protect your belongings in your rucksack or duffle bag
  • Waterproof Ziplock Bags:

    These come in handy for storing important / valuable items like your money, a passport and electrical equipment
  • Isotonic Powder:

    Can be used to flavour your water nicely and helps replace electrolytes, improving energy levels and aiding water absorption. Here are some good Isotonic powdered drinks
  • Diamox:

    Also know as acetazolamide, is a medication that can be used as a prophylactic (preventative) solution for altitude sickness. It does not cure altitude sickness and should never therefore never be used as a method to continue ascending to high altitudes. It can however help prevent the onset of altitude sickness and is commonly used by high altitude climbers and trekkers.
  • General Medications:

    We recommend taking paracetamol or aspirin for headaches (a common altitude sickness symptom on the Salkantay Trek) and Imodium for diarrhoea (another common problem as food preparation can be a little unhygienic)
  • Basic First Aid Kit:

    If you are joining an organised trek, your guide will most likely be carrying a first aid kit. If you are hiking unsupported or independently then a first aid kit is a must. Here are some compact and good outdoor first aid kits: Outdoor First Aid Kits
  • Suncream / Lip balm:

    No one wants burnt skin or cracked lips! Be sure to bring 1 x suncream (SPF 30) and 1 x lip balm
  • Baby wipes:

    For quick and easy wet washe when no showers are in sight! bring 1 x baby wipes
  • Blister Plasters:

    The dreaded blisters! We recommend taking Compeed blister plasters
  • Hand Sanitizer:

    Great for disinfecting hands before and after eating, or when they get dirty during the hike

2021 Land Cost

The "Ausangate Route" can leave any day of the week, from March through January. We do not run this trek in February because rainy season & maintenance.

Total Price per person from
US$ 550.00

Required Pre-payment: per person.
US$ 300.00

Balance (Cusco): (Commonly paid in Cusco after the briefing).
US$ 250.00

This small-group journey is guaranteed to operate with just two guests.

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Extensions & Offers

There are several extensions you can include to your Peru Adventure.

  • Rainbow Mountain: US$ 80.00
  • Sacred Valley: US$ 50.00
  • City Tour: US$ 20.00

Additional Items

There are additional items you can include in this trip. Below is a quick list of prices.

  • Sleeping bag: US$ 20.00
  • Inflattable mattress: US$ 20.00
  • Walking poles (pair): US$ 20.00

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For us quality of experience is only second to safety.

We are committed to providing world-class trekking experiences for our guests that go way above and beyond the mass-produced tours so common today.

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We did the 2-day tour through Ausangate, the rainbow mountain, and the red valley. The tour was private, the guide Jimmy was very friendly and professional, the whole trip has well organized the food was delicious during the excursion.
I thank the travel agency for this beautiful experience, and I recommend it.

-- NICHOLAS A tripadvisor


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