In this adventure, we will conquer the trek's highest point, the Salkantay Pass. In this adventure, we will conquer the trek's highest point, the Salkantay Pass.
From mountains to snow

Rainbow Mountain - Salkantay Challenge

US$ 600.00 per person
5 Days & 4 Nights Duration
5,100 m / 16,732 ft Max. Altitude
1,800 m / 5,906 ft Min. Altitude
61.5 km / 38.21 mi Walking Distance
  • Puca Pass
  • Rainbow Mountain
  • Red Valley
  • Salkantay
  • Aguas Calientes
  • Machu Picchu

From mountains to snow

If you are one of those people who like to hike, this program is ideal for you. We design an itinerary with the two most visited routes in Cusco that will take you to visit impressive places, where you will enjoy immense glaciers, colorful mountains, and cloud forests. We offer you a trip full of mysteries so you can get the most out of this adventure. All this, in addition to living the experience of spending the night in the comfort of the Sky Camp designed to enjoy the breathtaking night view.


We will leave Cusco early in the morning towards Quesiuno, where we will start an ascent to the Puca Pass. Afterwards, we will descend to Anantapata, have lunch and ascend again until we reach the Warmisaya Pass. We will spend the first night in our campsite at the Surinecocha lake. The next day, we will visit the Rainbow Mountain and the Red Valley viewpoint. Then, we will head to Andahuaylillas and visit its famous colonial church. We will also explore Rumi Punku and the Huacarpay Wetland. We will spend the night at the Sky Camp in Soraypampa.

Continuing with this adventure, we will conquer the trek's highest point, the Salkantay Pass. We will appreciate the incredible views that this magical trail offers us and descend through the Chaullay cloud forest to our campsite at the Andean Huts; from here, we will walk along the train tracks until we reach the town of Aguas Calientes. The next day, we will finish this journey by visiting the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu and learning about its incredible history.

Trip Highlights

  • The views are very impressive and diverse.
  • You will hike between the mountains of Ausangate and the cloud forests of Salkantay.
  • You will enjoy the sunrise at the Rainbow Mountain and the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu.
  • You will visit the church of Andahuaylillas, also known as the Sistine of America.
  • You will learn a lot about the cosmovision of the Andean people as you hike through sacred mountains.
  • You will witness the Vilcanota chain, one of the most important mountain ranges in the country's south.
  • You will see the Quechua-speaking people of the area dressed in their typical costumes and engaged in their daily activities.
  • You will taste meals prepared by our chef in a personalized service that has nothing to envy to the big restaurants.
Included meals Breakfast: 5
Lunch: 4
Dinner: 4
Trip staff Explore Tour Leader
Transport Bus
Accommodation 3 nights camping
1 night hotel
Walking grade: Moderate
Group Size: Up to 10 People
Day 1 Cusco - Quesiuno - Puca Pass - Anantapata - Warmisaya Pass - Surinecocha
The best part of the day: The magic of the mountains awaits you.

We will leave Cusco at 4 a.m. in our private transportation to the village of Quesiuno (4,376 m / 14,357 ft.) for breakfast. We will start with three hours of ascent until we reach Puca Pass (4,870 m / 15,977 ft), where we will enjoy the impressive views of the turquoise-blue lakes known as Pucacochas. In addition, we will have the opportunity to contemplate the beauty of the imposing Ausangate snow-capped mountain in all its extension.

After a well-deserved rest and recharged with energy, we will continue for an hour and a half of descent until we reach the lunch spot, Anantapata (4,750 m / 11,614 ft). Continuing with our hike, we will ascend for two hours to the Warmisaya Pass (4,985 m / 16,355 ft), where we will see the beginning of the Rainbow Mountain with its striking colors that dazzle every visitor. Finally, we will descend for 45 minutes until we reach the camp point known as Surinecocha (4,800m / 15,748 ft).

Our day begins by heading towards Quesiuno; we will ascend for three hours until we reach Puca Pass. After observing the beautiful scenery this route offers us, we will rest and continue descending to have lunch in Anantapata. After enjoying a delicious lunch, we will ascend to Warmisaya Pass. Finally, we descend towards our campsite in Surinecocha for dinner and overnight.

  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Meals
  • Moderate Difficulty
  • Camp Accommodation
  • 11 km / 6.83 mi Walking distance
  • 7.5 hours Walking time
  • 4,376 m / 14,357 ft Starting elevation
  • 4,800 m / 15,748 ft Minimum height
  • 4,985 m / 16,355 ft Highest elevation
Day 2 Surinecocha - Rainbow Mountain - Red Valley Viewpoint - Llacto - Andahuaylillas - Rumi Punku - Huacarpay Wetlands - Soraypampa
The best part of the day: Discover the rainbow valley and the charms of southern Cusco.

We will wake up early and enjoy a delicious breakfast that will give us the necessary energy to enjoy this day to the fullest. We will ascend slowly to warm up, and, after two hours of hiking, we will arrive at the Rainbow Mountain (5,100 m / 16,732 ft). Our guide will give us information about the place and important facts that will help us to better understand the importance of Vinicunca for the local people. After appreciating the beautiful views of the landscape, we will descend to go to the Red Valley Viewpoint and admire its reddish mountains.

We will continue walking until we reach Llacto (4,630 m / 15,190 ft), where we will take a well-deserved rest. We will leave in our private transportation for an hour and a half until we reach Andahuaylillas (3,122 m / 10,242 ft); here, we will visit its famous church known as the Sistine of America. After nourishing ourselves with the history of this cultural monument, we will return to our vehicle for a 20-minute drive to Rumi Punku, considered the main entrance to the imperial city of Cusco in Inca times.

We will descend for 45 minutes to the Huacarpay Wetland (3,030 m / 9,940 ft), a perfect place to observe migratory birds. Here, we will enjoy a delicious lunch before embarking on a three-hour drive to Soraypampa, where you will spend the night at our Sky Camp.

Our day starts early to have a hearty breakfast and head to the Rainbow Mountain. Open your eyes wide; you don't see a landscape like this every day. Then, we will walk to the Red Valley Viewpoint and contemplate the reddish mountains that nature gives us. We will descend towards Llacto, and we will leave in our private transportation until we reach Andahuaylillas and appreciate its colonial church. Later, we will arrive at Rumi Punku, and after learning a little more about the history of these magical places, we will descend to the Huacarpay Wetland for lunch. At the end, the transportation will be waiting for us to go to Soraypampa to rest in the Sky Camp.

  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Meals
  • Moderate Difficulty
  • Sky Camp Accommodation
  • 9.5 km / 5.90 mi Walking distance
  • 7 hours Walking time
  • 4,800 m / 15,748 ft Starting elevation
  • 3,030 m / 9,940 ft Minimum height
  • 5,100 m / 16,732 ft Highest elevation
Day 3 Soraypampa - Salkantay Pass - Wayracmachay - Chaullay Andean Huts
The best part of the day: Salkantay and its incredible green valley.

We will walk to the trek's highest point, the Salkantay Pass (4,630 m / 15,190 ft), and slowly advance along the path of the seven snakes, named for its sinuous shape. At the top, you will appreciate the impressive views of the Salkantay glacier (6,271 m / 20,574 ft); in addition, you will see the valley route, along which we venture to reach our destination.

After completing the great challenge of the day, we will descend to our lunch spot, Wayracmachay, where you will enjoy a delicious meal made by the expert hands of our cooks. We will rest for a while before leaving again. In the afternoon, we will enter the cloud forest, also known as the eyebrow jungle, and hike for approximately three hours, appreciating the dense jungle.

The scenery along this hike is truly beautiful, you will enjoy many magical places in a single day, glaciers, mountains, and unique native plants of the area. Finally, you will arrive at your campsite in the small village of Chaullay (2,900 m / 9,514 ft), and enjoy a delicious dinner and a well-deserved rest in our Andean Huts.

Today we will slowly advance along the trail of the seven snakes until we reach the highest point of the trek, the Salkantay Pass. After contemplating the beautiful views, we will descend to our lunch point in Wayracmachay. In the afternoon, we will walk through the cloud forest and, in approximately three hours, we will arrive at our resting place, the village of Chaullay. We will spend the night in the Andean Huts.

  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Meals
  • Challenging Difficulty
  • Andean Huts Accommodation
  • 22 km / 13.67 mi Walking distance
  • 10 hours Walking time
  • 3,900 m / 12,795 ft Starting elevation
  • 2,850 m / 9,350 ft Minimum height
  • 4,630 m / 15,190 ft Highest elevation
Day 4 Chaullay - La Playa - Hidroeléctrica - Aguas Calientes
The best part of the day: The Santa Teresa Valley and its exquisite coffee.

We will enjoy a warm morning descending for approximately six hours through the Santa Teresa valley to the town of La Playa. Taking advantage of the tropical climate that the road offers us, we will taste our last lunch and then be part of a small exhibition of the delicious coffee of the area.

After a well-deserved rest, private transportation will take us to the town of Hidroeléctrica. From here, we will hike alongside the railroad track and the Urubamba River until we reach Aguas Calientes in approximately three hours. If at this point you feel tired, you can opt to take the train service.

Upon arrival, we will settle into our hotel; here, the decision is yours; you can rest or explore the town of Aguas Calientes before heading to an exclusive restaurant for dinner.

We will descend for approximately six hours towards the village of La Playa, where we will have lunch and participate in a local coffee exhibition. We will rest and, in our private transportation, we will go to Hidroeléctrica. Once here, we will begin the three-hour hike to Aguas Calientes, or, if you wish, you can choose to board a train (not included). In the evening, after settling into a hotel, we can explore the area before going to dinner.

  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Meals
  • Challenging Difficulty
  • Camp Accommodation
  • 27 km / 16.78 mi Walking distance
  • 8 to 9 hours Walking time
  • 2,900 m / 9,514 ft Starting elevation
  • 1,800 m / 5,906 ft Minimum height
  • 2,900 m / 9,514 ft Highest elevation
Day 5 Aguas Calientes - Machu Picchu - Ollantaytambo - Cusco
The best part of the day: Discover Machu Picchu and the magical mountains surrounding it.

Very early in the morning, and after enjoying a delicious breakfast, we will head to the bus station for a half-hour ride to our long-awaited destination, the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu. We recommend you to use the restrooms before entering. We will enjoy this marvel in a tour of approximately two to three hours. Our guide will take you to explore the most important places of the sanctuary.

Hours later, we will return to Aguas Calientes, we will have time to have lunch and explore this town one last time before boarding the train back to Ollantaytambo, where the transportation will be waiting for us to take us back to the city of Cusco.

The day is finally here! After a hearty breakfast, we will head to the bus station to go to the long-awaited Inca citadel of Machu Picchu. During this guided tour, we will learn about this marvel and its mythical places. After witnessing such beautiful architecture made by the Incas, we will return by bus to Aguas Calientes to board the train back to Ollantaytambo and, after a few hours, head back to Cusco in our private transportation.

  • Breakfast Meals
  • Easy Difficulty
  • 2 hours Duration of the activity
  • 2,430 m / 7,972 ft Height of Machu Picchu

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 (Rainbow Mountain Trek)
    • A spacious dining tent to enjoy your meals worry-free
    • Tables, chairs, dishware, and cooking equipment
    • A portable travel toilet
    • Inflatable mattress
    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.
  • 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 sleeping pillow, 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 Salkantay Trekking guide carries a satellite phone to call any location worldwide and from anywhere on the mountain.
  • Accommodation

  • Lodging in Campsites (3 Nights)
    We have a series of campsites that offer you true comfort. Besides that, just like our ancestors, we have a deep bond of affection and respect for Mother Earth. For this reason, we strive to ensure our campsites don't cause negative environmental impacts.
    • *Accommodations are double/twin occupancy and shared.
  • Hotel in Aguas Calientes (1 Night)
    You will spend the last night of this trek in a comfortable hotel at Aguas Calientes, including luggage storage, while you visit Machu Picchu.
    • *Accommodation is in double and triple rooms.
  • Meals

  • 5 Breakfasts, 4 Lunches, and 4 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.
  • Transportation

  • Private Transport
    • Day 1: You will be picked up from your hotel in the morning and will travel in our private transportation to Quesiuno, the starting point of the Rainbow Mountain Trek.
    • Day 2: Private transport from the end point of the Rainbow Mountain Trek to Soraypampa.
    • Day 4: Private transport from La Playa to Hidroelectrica.
    • Day 5: Private transport from Ollantaytambo train station to your hotel in Cusco.
  • Train Ticket from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo (Day 5)
  • One Way Bus Transport from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu (Day 5)
  • 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 Ticket for the Salkantay Trek
  • Entry to the Rainbow Mountain and the Red Valley
  • Entry to Andahuaylillas Church
  • Entry Ticket to Machu Picchu Archaelogical Site

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$ 20.00 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$ 20.00 per person
  • Huayna Picchu Mountain

    You can climb the famous mountain always seen in the photos behind the site of Machu Picchu. It’s 45 minutes uphill, and coming down can be scary if you fear heights. You can take this excursion after concluding your guided tour in Machu Picchu. Due to high demand, permission must be issued at least one month in advance. Consider that there could be changes to protect your integrity, mainly due to weather conditions.
    • The Huayna Picchu Mountain ticket has an extra cost of US$ 60.00 per person.
  • Machu Picchu Mountain

    Machu Picchu Mountain is another of the mountains that surround the archaeological site of Machu Picchu. It offers less steep, wider, and visually less frightening trails than Huayna Picchu, and it takes 1.5 hours to reach the top. This walk requires an entrance ticket which we can secure for you if requested in advance.
    • The Machu Picchu Mountain ticket has an extra cost of US$ 60.00 per person.
  • Meals not indicated

    • Day 5: Lunch and Dinner
  • Train from Hidroelectrica to Aguas Calientes (Day 4)

    • US$ 35.00 per person.
  • 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 "Rainbow Mountain - Salkantay Challenge" 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$ 600.00

Required Pre-payment: per person.
US$ 300.00

Balance (Cusco): (Commonly paid in Cusco after the briefing).
US$ 300.00

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

Notice that PayPal charges a fee of 8%, which we ask the client to cover since it's due to the use of its service. This tax is just for online deposits so that you will pay the remaining in cash (the briefing day in Cusco) without charges.

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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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Rainbow Mountain - Sibinacocha Lake - Quelccaya Glacier
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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.

2 days of adventures in the Andes

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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