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We stopped here for a comfort break on our journey to Cusco. The views are amazing and the air is fresh and thin. Two mountain ranges converge here, The Andes and La Raya mountain range. The pass is at 5,489 metres above sea level and...More
Travelling by bus to Raqchi, we drove along the Andes mountains to the right and the Tectonic mountains on our left. The former had snow covered peaks, whereas the latter were a bit smaller but golden and rose colored. Beautiful, majestic and awe inspiring.
On a very exciting bus trip from Cusco to Puno we stopped around 10 minutes at La Raya Pass(Alt. 4335 meters, 14,222 ft.) Max our guide on the bus, forewarned us that we would only stop for 10 minutes for fear that we may all...More
This is a must see on the road through the Sacred Valley. It's the highest point, altitude 14,000ft, & most coach tours stop here. Beautiful views of snow capped mountains. Andean vendors selling local crafts
This is a must see on the road from Cuzco to Puno. It's the highest point, altitude 4335m, & most coach / bus tours stop here briefly. Beautiful views of snow capped mountain. Andean vendors selling local crafts.
We had to stop here. Our guide pointed out that the mountains were capped with snow but now they are barely visible. He pointed out that this is the highest peak. The vendors are everywhere selling their warm clothing. Beware, you touch and they fall...More
At over 14,000 ft, Abra La Raya literally takes your breath away. Replete with woven alpaca goods, the pass is the bridge between the altiplano of Puno and the more lush valley region of Cusco. Just a pit stop on our trek from Puno to...More
Our bus tour group from Cusco to Puno stopped by here for a short stop. There is a bathroom for 1 Sole. There are street vendors for souvenirs. The view of the mountains and Glacier is beautiful! The air is thin at over 14000 ft...More