Tres Rainbows Trip - 1 Day

Starting From

$125/person

Number of days

1

Start Location

Cusco, Peru

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Palccoyo, A Rainbow Mountain Alternative tour

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Flashpacker Connect

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A stunning alternative hike to the popular "Rainbow Mountain". Tres Rainbows or Palccoyo offers a more leisurely option is best for those who don't want to hike 6 hours round trip, providing  360 views of 3 distinct rainbow mountains and the Ausangate glacier in the distance in only a short 30 min walk. During the rainy season you can witness the nearby Red River which runs a vibrant red from the soils and rock that make up the unique landscape!

Optional Q'eswachaka Rope Bridge trip extension: + $30usd per person

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