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3) Moon Stone Trek, This trek for the adventures want to know
How did the Incas build without mortar or wheels?
How would you move to huge stone up a mountain without animals or machines ?.
"they moved them, dragged them with muscle power using thick ropes; they were the roads along which they were level, but very rough mountains with steep slopes over which they were moved up and down with sheer human strength." ... this trek showing us how Incas moved the massive blocks across several kilometers of valley, through a shallow river, and up the mountain face to 2,400 meters (7,875 feet) abov
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e sea level, where their buildings still stand. ..we will see one of the best Incan Quarry
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The Ausangate circuit is featured on many lists of the world's best high-altitude treks. One of the holiest mountains in Incan mythology, Ausangate features windswept valleys, snow-covered peaks, glaciers, panoramic views ... everything a serious trekker could want. But much to our surprise, we discovered that rainbow mountain was not on the well-known camping circuit. Further digging revealed That the Camino del Apu Ausangate, an alternative lodge-based Ausangate trek run by Andean Lodges, combine the stunning mountain scenery and high-altitude passes of Ausangate With The Little known techni
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color landscapes around Vinicunca to the southwest. Start packing, people !!!
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Ausangate trek is a particularly high-altitude trek, where most of the trail lies above 4,000 m. The trek starts and finishes at Tinki and follows a circuit around the Ausangate mountain (6,384 m). Although there are several possible variations in the route, trekkers spend about five days walking and cross at least two passes (the Palomani Pass and the Q'ampa Pass) of above 5,000 meters. The trek is tough but rewarding as trekkers can look forward to some astounding views of the high Andes along paths where few other tourists, if any, will be seen. Of course, views of the immense and forebodin
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g Ausangate mountain itself is a particular highlight.