Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N


Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N

Our Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N with cabins is a good option for those who don’t have much time and is still want to see the Majestic Ausangate Mountain which is the 5 highest mountain in Peru. We have cabins where you will spend the night comfy. You will visit the first-day Ausangate lake and the second day the 7 lakes of Ausangate. At the end of the trip, you will enjoy the hot spring with a beautiful view of the mountains around you and the daily life of the farmers of the community of Pacchanta Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N.


Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N The journey from Cusco to the Ausangate snow-capped mountain, passing through Pacchanta, is an adventure that takes you through breathtaking Andean landscapes. Starting from Cusco, you’ll embark on a road trip to the village of Pacchanta, where our trekking chef will prepare breakfast before you begin your hike towards the Seven Lakes of Ausangate.

Pacchanta, a charming Andean village, will be your starting point. From there, you’ll venture onto a trail that leads through picturesque valleys and alpine meadows. As you progress, you’ll witness the majesty of the snow-capped peaks surrounding the Ausangate region Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N.

Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N After a challenging uphill hike, you’ll arrive at the incredible Seven Lakes of Ausangate. Each of these lakes will greet you with its crystal-clear waters and stunning hues, ranging from turquoise blue to deep azure, creating a dreamlike landscape that will leave an indelible mark on your memory Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N.

This journey is not only a visually stunning experience but also an opportunity to connect with nature in its purest form and to explore the cultural richness of the Andean communities that inhabit the area.

From Cusco to Pacchanta and then to the Seven Lakes of Ausangate campsite, spending the night there, this trip will take you through an unforgettable experience in the heart of the Peruvian Andes Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N.

Approximate distance : 8 km

Maximum altitude : 4800m/15748.03ft.

Minimum altitude : 4200m/13779.53ft.

Climate : Cold mountain.

Difficulty : Easy – moderate.

Walking time : 6 hours.


Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N We start our day with an energizing breakfast to explore the Seven Lagoons of Ausangate, which is a fascinating adventure that immerses you in the natural beauty of the Peruvian Andes. During the journey, marvel at spectacular landscapes, snow-capped peaks, and impressive valleys. Each of the lagoons has its own charm and unique color, ranging from turquoise tones to deep blues. We will trek in a large circuit back to Pacchanta, stopping to enjoy the hot springs along the way and have lunch. Pacchanta boasts relaxing hot springs that you can enjoy after a hike. This water is naturally warm, and we will conclude our trek in Pacchanta. Once finished, we will take our transportation back to Cusco and to your hotel for your well-deserved rest.


Pre-departure briefing. You will meet your trekking guide and group at the hotel or accommodation where you are staying, for an orientation before your hike. The meeting will take place one day prior to the start of the trip Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N.

Experienced local guide. All our guides are graduates of tourism training institutes in the city of Cusco. Our guides are selected for their professionalism, experience, responsibility, seriousness, and passion. They will keep you safe, healthy, and comfortable during the hike Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N.

Camping equipment. Dining tent and kitchen, tables, chairs and kitchen equipment (all carried by the horses). 1 canvas bag: There you can carry your personal belongings Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N.

Medical kit. Your guide will always carry a first aid kit to deal with basic emergencies (altitude sickness, cuts, scrapes, etc.) as well as oxygen. If necessary, we will evacuate you from the road as quickly as possible and make sure you get to a clinic for treatment.

Accommodation. Our tents are from North Face or Mountain Hard Wear for overnight stays. For a 1-night Ausangate Adventure, we use the best equipment to ensure your safety and comfort. You can choose between a personal tent or a shared tent Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N.

Foods: 2 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 1 Dinner. Our trekking chef prepares the best dishes in the middle of the mountain.

Wake up tea. In the morning at the camp, you will wake up with a cup of coca tea. Our staff will bring the tea to your shop to be heated from the inside out before you start your day Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N.

Tea every afternoon. In the evening before dinner, the cooks will offer popcorn, cookies, coffee, hot chocolate, teas, 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 to eat!

Snacks on the go every day. Every morning we will give you your snack so you can enjoy it during the walk; cookies, chocolate, candies, fruits, etc. We will give you this snack at the beginning of each day in your cloth bag Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N.

Hygiene products. A small towel will be provided before each meal to clean your hands


Day 2: Once you complete the tour, we will take you back to the door of your hotel.

Pack horses. The pack horses carry all the camping equipment and the passengers backpacks.

GROUP SERVICE PRICES 2024:Price per person:Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N

Price Per Person.2024
1 people : US$680.00 per person
2 people : US$450.00 per person
3 people: US$420.00 per person
4 people : US$390.00 per person
5 people : US$360.00 per person.
6 People :U$$330.00 per person


Opciones Extras:

Horse (one way) $30 USD

Horse (roundtrip) 45 USD


Day 2: Last dinner.

Travel insurance

Tips are customary on any trek.

Additional costs or delays beyond the control of management.

What to Bring?

When planning your excursion to Ausangate, it’s crucial to carefully select what you’ll bring due to the high altitude, cold weather, and rugged terrain. Here are some essential items you should include in your luggage:

Essential Items:

Thermal clothing: Pack several layers of thermal clothing, such as base layers and wool or down jackets, along with accessories like a warm hat, gloves, and a scarf or neck gaiter.

Waterproof gear: Don’t forget to include a waterproof jacket and pants to protect yourself from rain and snow.

Sleeping bag: Bring along a sleeping bag that keeps you warm during cold nights, preferably one designed for low temperatures.

Appropriate footwear: Make sure to have durable hiking boots that provide good ankle support and are comfortable for long-distance walking.

Backpack: A sturdy and spacious backpack will be necessary to carry your gear, food, and water during the hike.

Lighting: Bring a flashlight or headlamp to illuminate your path during nights and early mornings.

Hydration: Stay hydrated at all times by carrying a water bottle or hydration system with you.

Sun protection: Don’t forget to protect yourself from the Andean sun with sunscreen and sunglasses.

Hiking poles: Trekking poles can be useful for maintaining balance and stability on difficult terrain.


Trekking boots or shoes

Mountain socks

Waterproof and windproof jacket

Waterproof and windproof pants

Mountain pants

Warm hat or beanie

Gloves or mittens

Warm thermal underwear

Insulating layers (wool or down jacket)


Backpack (30-40 liters)

Sleeping bag (rated for low temperatures)

Trekking poles

Headlamp or flashlight

Water bottle or hydration system


Sunscreen (SPF 30+)

Lip balm with SPF

Personal first aid kit

Insect repellent

Camera or phone

Portable charger or extra batteries

Basic personal hygiene items (toothbrush, toothpaste, biodegradable soap, etc.)

Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N It’s essential to pack light and bring only what’s necessary since you’ll have to carry your gear throughout the hike. We’ll provide you with a canvas bag to organize your belongings. In it, you can carry up to a maximum of 8 kilograms of your personal items, including sleeping bags or inflatable mattresses.

How many days do I need to acclimatize before the trek?

Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N It’s very important to be well acclimatized to the altitude before exerting yourself on a trek. We recommend arriving in Cusco at least 2 days before the trek begins to help you acclimate and avoid potential altitude sickness issues during the trek. If you’ve already been in another high-altitude area of Peru before arriving in Cusco, we still recommend having a full day in Cusco to rest, recover from your journey, and enjoy the views.

Travel to Cusco.

Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N The Cusco airport currently only operates domestic flights. All international passengers arriving by plane must disembark in Lima and go through customs. It’s important to note that due to the high altitude of Cusco, flights may experience delays or cancellations. Additionally, any weather changes can halt air traffic. If you prefer a land alternative, buses are a viable option. Although the journey may be long, especially from Lima. Buses from Lima can take approximately 20 hours to arrive.

Customer Pickup.

Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N Ausangate Adventure can pick you up at your hotel, as long as it’s located in the Historic Center of Cusco. During the briefing, your guide will coordinate the meeting time, but please be aware that wait times may vary between 30 and 45 minutes due to local traffic. Cusco has narrow, cobbled streets, which can make access to some hotels and Airbnbs difficult. Some locations may be in areas without vehicular access or on steep inclines, complicating luggage transportation. It’s advisable to book accommodation with easy access to facilitate transportation.

Luggage Storage.

Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N You can safely leave any additional luggage in Cusco, either at your hotel or with us at Ausangate Adventure while you embark on your hike. We will take care of storing your luggage in the morning before your hike begins and return it to you once you’re back in Cusco. It’s important to ensure your bags are clearly labeled for easy identification.

Altitude Sickness.

Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N Altitude sickness occurs when there is less oxygen available in the air at high-altitude places like Ausangate. It can affect certain travelers regardless of age, gender, or physical condition. Common symptoms include headaches, loss of appetite, dizziness, and difficulty sleeping. While it may disappear quickly for some, for others, the condition can persist for several days if not properly treated. We recommend following these suggestions to reduce the chances and severity of altitude sickness.

Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N Before embarking on the journey, it is advisable to consult with your doctor. They may recommend taking acetazolamide (Diamox), a medication that can help reduce symptoms if taken one or two days before starting the trip.

It’s important to stay adequately hydrated. Drink plenty of water before and during your stay. Some people find nasal saline solutions in the form of drops or sprays beneficial.

Upon arrival, it is advisable to take it easy and allow your body to adapt by lying down for a period of 10 to 15 minutes. Try to rest as much as possible during the journey, as excessive exertion can worsen symptoms.

Before going to high-altitude places, it is advisable to follow a light diet. Prefer easily digestible foods such as fish, chicken, and hot soups. Avoid greasy foods, beef, lamb, and beverages with caffeine or alcohol.

Coca tea, mint, and muña can alleviate symptoms.

Using oxygen appropriately will be beneficial for your recovery.


Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N The climate in the Ausangate region is extremely variable. It can start off favorable but change rapidly. Nights are typically cold, with average temperatures of -10°C, while daytime temperatures range between 18°C and 25°C. Cold winds are constant, and rain or snow can be expected at any time. Despite these unpredictable conditions, embarking on the 2-day Ausangate Trek in the Andes of Cusco will be an unforgettable experience. It’s essential to be prepared with appropriate clothing and gear for various weather conditions and maintain a positive attitude and adaptability to changes. The beauty of the landscape and the sense of achievement at the end of the journey will make every challenge worthwhile.

First Aid.

Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N Every Ausangate Adventure guide has received first aid training from a medical professional. When accompanying you on the trek, they will carry a first aid kit for basic medical situations and oxygen. They will take good care of you. In the event of an unexpected occurrence and you feel unable to complete the trek, they will determine the safest and quickest way to get you off the trail and to a clinic. They will never leave you alone; a team member will be with you at all times until you are safely under the care of a doctor.


Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N We provide all meals and snacks throughout the entire trek, up to the final lunch on the Ausangate  hike. We understand you may be interested in the quality of our food. While each meal is prepared by a chef in a small tent on a portable stove, our clients are consistently pleased with the excellence of our dishes. Each chef is professionally trained to prepare the finest breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and snacks. At the end of each hiking day, a delicious dinner awaits you, cooked in the heart of the Andes, which is sure to exceed your expectations about food on the Ausangate trek.

Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N We use fresh ingredients sourced from the Cusco market and transported by pack horses led by our packers. These ingredients are then prepared by our chefs to ensure each dish is fresh, healthy, and delicious.

Do you have special dietary needs? Don’t worry, we are prepared to accommodate vegetarians, vegans, and individuals with food allergies.


Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N Ausangate Adventure will ensure water is available at every meal. The water will be boiled, purified, and cooled before serving to our clients, ensuring its safety for drinking. However, for the first morning of the hike, you should provide your own water due to the preparation process. It is recommended to start the hike with 2-3 liters of water, so make sure you have a large enough bottle or a camelback to store it.

Environmental Impact.

Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N At Ausangate Adventure, we use biodegradable soap and ensure to pack out all our trash back to Cusco. Our packers are trained to keep trails clean and collect waste. Furthermore, we are committed to preserving and conserving our environment by managing waste responsibly and adopting practices that minimize our environmental impact.

Protests and Strikes.

Ausangate 7 lakes Trek 2 D/1N We will do everything possible to maintain your original itinerary, even if it means departing one night earlier. In some cases, trips may be canceled. If there are changes, protests and strikes are common in Peru and can affect our travel plans. Roads may be blocked, and trains may stop. However, our entire operations team will communicate with you. Your safety is paramount to us, and we will take the best measures to protect you in any unforeseen situation.


Lost Items.

lease, take special care of your belongings and make sure to collect all your belongings when exiting our vehicles, campsites, or restaurants. You are solely responsible for your personal items during the journey.

18 to 25 years old: $30 USD Information required on student card: name of university, student name, photo of
student, expiration date etc. A copy of the card is required at booking for government approval for discount.
Under 18 years old: $30 USD Please send us a copy of your passport at the time of booking.
Under 11 years old: $40 USD Please send us a copy of your passport at the time of booking.
Group of 5 or more: $30 USD – All you need is to book the trek together at the same time.
Sleeping Bag –$20 USD per person per trek (It will be clean and warm)
Air Mattress –$20 USD per person per trek (Therm-a-rest mattresses)
Walking Poles -$20 USD per pair per trek (Professional poles that can be extended)
Personal tent- $35 USD – (Tent is for single trekkers only)
Vistadome Train Upgrade –$75 USD per person (Return Only)
Huayna Picchu Mountain –$75 USD per person (Please request when you book your Trek)
Machu Picchu Mountain – $75 USD per person (Please request when you book your Trek)
Single supplement-$35 USD per night (for solo travellers with single room)
**Huayna Picchu and Machu Picchu Mountain are optional treks within Machu Picchu Citadel which do not include a
guide. The climb is usually done on your own after your tour of Machu Picchu Citadel. If you would like the
extra hike to be guided, please request in advance. There is an extra cost for this extra guided tour.
TRANSFER – from the Airport to Hotel (Cusco Only)
DUFFEL BAG AND LINER BAGS – included in the trekking price!
BOILED WATER is included along the Inca Trail
OXYGEN TANK will be available along the trek
EMERGENCY HORSE is included in the price which can be ridden if you get tired or sick
PLASTIC RAIN poncho made by Inca Land Adventures is included

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