Ancascocha Trek to Machu Picchu is only offered by a few travel companies because it is so off of the beaten path. It is less traveled than the original Inca trail and is considered one of the “World’s Best Hikes” by National Geographic. Inca ruins and quantity villages are attractive aspects of this trek and the beautiful mountain views of the Cordillera Vilcabamba and Urubamba mountain ranges provide the opportunity to encounter dramatic landscapes.
This trip combines high Andes hiking and amazing history. Wonderful cultural elements, and rare solitude on arguably the best route to Machu Picchu!
Visit Peru begins in one of the ancient Inca capital Cusco or (Qosqo) in the Inca language. We set off this adventure trip on a picturesque trail around Huayanay Peak 4,650 m / 15,300 ft. Passing through the forest to the alpine. Meadows and crossing the Ancascocha Pass 4625 m to reach part of the Inca Trail. On this memorable 4-day section of trail, we are likely to see a few other trekkers.
A Good Level of Fitness is Recommendable Due to this Adventure.
But the extra effort pays off. The Ancascocha trek offers mind-blowing vistas and takes in a variety of ecosystems. From cloud forests and alpine peaks to glacial lakes and tropical jungles. On the Ancascocha trek, the trail goes through very remote Andean communities, where locals try to keep living in happiness moving their llamas and alpacas as they’ve been doing so far.
This trail forms part of the network of classic Inca Trail which is connecting to Machu Picchu from the other towns located in the highlands, therefore, we’ll have the chance to witness ancient Incan ruins along the path to Machu Picchu, Inca remains that are still covered by shrubs waiting for becoming uncovered by National culture institute of Peru (INC).
If you are even more Adventures and have a longer time to hike. You have a chance to continue hiking the Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. As the trail gets to the same path so this would be even more an unforgettable adventure for you.
Ancascocha Tour Highlights
Embark on this breathtaking journey and make memories that will last a lifetime. Book your Ancascocha Trek today!
4D/3N trail is perfect for those looking for a short but stunning trek. Off the beaten track with few crowds and plenty of opportunities to explore untouched nature. With spectacular views of snow-capped mountains, and rolling hills. and majestic valleys, Ancascocha Lake is ideal for camping and birdwatching, Variety of activities is available. including biking, horseback riding, and hiking, End your journey at the iconic Machu Picchu, one of the world’s greatest wonders
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The Ancascocha Trek to Machu Picchu awaits you.
Embark on an adventure like no other and join us on the Ancascocha Trail – a lesser-known trail in the Peruvian Andes that has been praised by National Geographic as one of the 20 dream hikes for its stunning landscapes. Here are some key features to make this journey unforgettable:
Ancascocha Trek to Machu Picchu is a stunning 4D/3N journey through the Peruvian Andes. Experience ancient Inca ruins, traditional villages, and local life far away from the hustle of Cusco. Trek past Chillipahua and the namesake Ancascocha (3,700 m/12,136 ft), sharing the trail with farmers and their livestock tending to their daily routines. Get ready for an unforgettable journey!
Conquering The Highest Point In The Andes
The Ancascocha Hike to Machu Picchu will push your limits, but it’s worth every step! You’ll climb over several passes, with the Huayanay Pass standing tall at 4,650 m/15,255 ft! But the result is worth it – you’ll be rewarded with stunning views of the Andes, beautiful waterfalls and lakes, and an unforgettable view of Salkantay Glacier standing proud at 6,266 m/20,557 ft.
You won’t have to worry about keeping up though – your guide and crew will ensure you take all the rest and food breaks you need along the way.
The First Two Days of Hiking
you will arrive at camp to find your high-quality REI tent already pitched (complete with mattress and pillow), your gear in place, and your crew preparing a sumptuous dinner. After a night under the most incredible starlit skies, you will be woken right on time with a cup of steaming hot fresh coffee or tea, before sitting down for a nutritious and energizing breakfast. All you need for the days hiking ahead.
This exciting adventure is perfect if you’re looking for an immersive travel experience that’s full of breathtaking sights and unforgettable memories.
On this journey, you’ll be able to explore ancient Incan ruins, trek across rugged terrain, and take in stunning views of the magnificent Andes mountain range. ( Vilcanota Range ) Your days will be filled with challenging hikes, awe-inspiring scenery, and wonderful encounters with local people along the way.
At night, rest in cozy campsites surrounded by lush rainforests and get ready to wake up early for some truly spectacular sunrises.
On The Third Day
you’ll have the chance to enjoy a refreshing hike along a portion of the Classic Inca Trail, ending up at the beautiful and sacred Inca town of Ollantaytambo.
Prepare to see some fellow hikers on the journey! Afterward, you’ll board a scenic train along the valley floor which promises to be full of photo opportunities. Join us for the unforgettable Ancascocha Trek to Machu Picchu – 4D/3N experience!
You’ll spend your last evening in a lovely hotel before enjoying dinner at an exquisite local eatery with the group (drinks not included ).
Last Day Machu Picchu
You may rise as early as you’d like tomorrow morning because the Machu Picchu tour guide will be taking care of everything. Seeing this natural wonder is an amazing experience that will stick with you for life.
Your head will be filled with incredible memories, and your camera will be loaded with photos as you take the train back to Cusco.
Come and join us in our adventure to hike this amazing remote and historical trail to create an experience that changes your life–Ancascocha Trek adventure.
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