Hidden Hiking: Peru

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Are you looking for the best places to hike in Peru? You’ve come to the right place!  In this blog post, we’ll give you the top 5 places to hike in Peru.

Here we go!

1. The Inca Trail

The Inca Trail is one of the most popular hiking trails in Peru. It’s also one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country. The Inca Trail is a 4-day hike that takes you through some of the most stunning scenery in Peru. You’ll hike through the Andes Mountains, visit ancient Inca ruins, and end your hike at the magnificent Machu Picchu.

2. Rainbow Mountain

Rainbow Mountain is a must-see for any traveler to Peru. Rainbow Mountain is a huge mountain that’s covered in colorful minerals. The hike to the top of Rainbow Mountain is challenging but the views are worth it.

3. Ausangate Mountain

Ausangate Mountain is the highest mountain in Peru. The hike to the summit of Ausangate Mountain is a multi-day hike but it’s one of the most beautiful hikes in Peru. You’ll hike through stunning alpine scenery and see glaciers, lakes, and wildlife.

4. Choquequirao

Choquequirao is an ancient Inca site that’s only recently been open to tourists. The Choquequirao trek is a 4-day hike that takes you through stunning scenery to the ancient ruins. The Choquequirao trek is a challenging hike but it’s an amazing experience.

5. Vilcabamba

Vilcabamba is a small town in the Peruvian Amazon. The town is surrounded by jungle and is the perfect place to hike and explore the Amazon rainforest. There are a number of different hiking trails in Vilcabamba and you’re sure to see some amazing wildlife.

That’s our Top 5 Places to Hike in Peru! So what are you waiting for?

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