Huayhuash: Jahuacocha Lake & surroundings
SUMMARY: Dubbed to be the “Himalayas of South America”, due to its common morphology, this mountain range stretches for about 30km from south to north, raising heights of 6635 m (Peru’s second highest peak). This area is considered among the world’s best trekking range. It’s much steeper and has a harder access than those from the Cordillera Blanca. This option will take you through one of the easiest access to one of the best sceneries, Jahuacocha lake and not far, at Solterococha, you can still find the remains of an airplane crashed on 1954.