Itinerary: Ancashqocha 5 days 4 nights


Early morning we leave Cusco, passing by Izcuchaca and Limatambo local villages,  after 3 hours we arrive to Mollepata. And after a quick breakfast we’ll start our walk until Sayllapata where we can stop for lunch and a brief rest, then we continue between green and beautiful landscapes until Soraypampa place where we will spend the first night.


Soon after breakfast, we start the long hike with mules and safety horses. From this place we’ll walk by four hours approximately towards the high step way. Taking the right flank of the valley we will arrive at Inkachiriaska pass at 5050m.a.s.l.. From this point we can overview the amazing landscapes of the area, such as the closely impetuous snow-capped Salkantay known as the sacred mountain since ancient times. Passing this place we will descend to Toqtoqasa by an easy downhill trail. Then we continue by narrow and straw covered trail. This takes approximately four hours to the camp site at 3900m.a.s.l.


After an early breakfast we will reinitiate our long and beautiful walk, appreciating  the beautiful landscapes on this part of the hike. This part of the trail offers us all its beauty, which can only be seen in the southern Peruvian Andes. The journey is about 7 hours walk. On the trail we will observe the flight of the condor, eagles and many Andean animals. Our camp site is really quiet and cozy, surrounded by landscapes of dream at 3600m.asl.


In the morning of this day we can pass by a nice reddish sandy mountain called Accoqasa. To get to this point is needed approximately 3 hours of good energy. From the top with help of binocular we will appreciate the famous Inka trail which leads to Machupicchu. We also see the Salkantay, Humantay, and Huayanay mountains and far on the way we can observe Huakaywillka (Sacred Tears).
On the way we can see a small archaeological site called Inka-raqay. Closer to this we can take a brief stop, beautiful landscape, small lakes which shelters tipical birds of this region such as huallatas, ducks and many others which migrate from different places are seen in this highland. After lunch we walk by an easy trail until Ancasqocha Lagoon at 3700m.a.s.l. where our tents will be fixed.


After a nutritious breakfast we will just walk down hill for approximately 5 hours in order to arrive in Chillka, where our trail ends.  But before this we will pass by small villages observing Andean valleys with its typical vegetation, trees such as chachacoma, qewña, some orchids, begonias, and bromeliads that adorns the landscape. At the end of the hike we will have our lunch. Then we return to Cusco arriving in the afternoon.  From this site there is the possibility to take an extension to Machupicchu by an additional cost.

GROUP SIZE : Typical group size 04-10  



  • Private      Transport to trailhead.
  • Horses      (for equipment and personal items and 1 emergency horse) + horsemen.
  • Entrance      fee to the Trail.
  • Tents,      High quality camping equipment (including toilet tent, tables, chairs)
  • Meals      (Vegetarian food available on request).
  • Water supply
  • Professional bilingual guide.
  • Return      bus to Cusco in a private transport.


  • Sleeping bag.
  • Tips:      please beware that our agency staff is well paid so please feel free to      tip according to your wish.


  • A      backpack with a change of clothes for the whole period of the trek 
  • Rain      gear (jacket and pants if available) or rain poncho.
  • Waterproof trekkingboots recommended 
  • Warm      clothes, including jacket, fleeces. Thermal clothing is also recommended,      especially for sleeping. 
  • Sleeping      bag (it can be hired at our agency) 
  • Flashlight and batteries.
  • Camera,      films and batteries (batteries consume more quickly under cold      conditions) 
  • Hat or      cap to protect you from sun, rain and cold 
  • Sun      block cream, After-sun cream or hydrating cream for face and body 
  • Insect      repellent – minimum recommended 20% DEET – no malaria risk has been      reported 
  • Toiletpaper.
  • Snacks:      biscuits, energybars, chocolate, raw fruits, muesli, etc. Please beware      that we do provide a daily morning snack and our meal service is very      complete and well supplied. This recommendation applies for all clients      being used to a specific snack, as it may happen that it is not included      in our selection. 
  • Non-disposable      canteen and water for the first morning. Optionally: water sterilizing      tablets in case you pick up water from streams or rivers along the route.      Otherwise, we provide filtered  boiled      water, which is safe to drink and has not been reported any health problem      so far. 
  • Small towel 
  • Optional:      walking sticks or poles (rubber covers required in order not to damage the      Trail).

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