Lodge to Lodge Trek to Palomani Pass

Cusco to Chillca, Peru

Lodge to Lodge Trek to Palomani Pass

A breathtaking three day trek in the Vilcanota's Cordillera, on a route called the Camino del Apu Ausangate. Each night you'll stay in comfortable lodges - called "Tambos" - managed by the shepherding communities of the high Andes. You'll trek through beautiful mountain trails to eventually reach the Palomani Pass (17,000 feet high!) on day 3 with stunning views. Along the way, you'll see an abundance of alpacas, visit crystal-clear lagoons, eat traditional cuisine, and experience the cultures of the Andes!

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3 Days / 2 Nights

Travel Style

Active Adventure, Off the Beaten Path, Connect with Nature and Comfortable Stay


English and Spanish

Physical Activity

Challenging workout and Extreme adventure


Mountains and Rural Communities


Wifi: None
Cell: Limited
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Speaks: English and Spanish



Group departures leave every Friday, Private trips available any day


Flexible Departure Date

What's Included


2 Nights Community Lodge


Bilingual guide


Private Bathroom


All meals included
Vegetarian meals are available on request.


Private van and Hike

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Andean Lodges

Andean Lodges

Local/Foreign Owned Tour Operator

Experience the amazing nature and culture of Peru's Southern Andes through lodge-to-lodge trekking and mountain biking adventures. Andean Lodges is co-owned and operated in partnership with the mountain shepherding communities of Chillca and Osefina. They offer exclusive routes, rustic lodging, and local cuisine that will give you an authentic look at life in the Andes and a chance to see amazing natural wonders like Vinicunca (the 'Rainbow Mountain) and Ausangate.

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Getting There

Transport options

Get picked up (included)
You'll be picked up in Cusco and transported to the town of Checacupe where you'll begin the trek to the first lodge alongside your local guides.
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