Tour To Inca Bridge Queswachaca And Rainbow Mountain
This is an absolutely unique tour. The Q'eswachaka Bridge is located across the Apurimac River, at about (3,900m/ 13,000 feet), in Canas province. This handwoven grass bridge spans 120 feet, and is rebuilt every one or two years as communal effort by all the local people of the region. The weaving and construction techniques have passed from generation to generation since the bridge was first built by the Incas. It is the only remaining example of an “Inca” hanging bridge that can be seen today.
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 15 min walk.Itinerary
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Cerro Colorado Vinicunca, Apv- Tipon-n11, Cusco 08004 Peru
Vinicunca or Winikunka, also called Seven Color Mountain, Rainbow Mountain or Mountain of Colors (the inhabitants call it Cerro Colorado), is a mountain of Peru with an altitude of 5,200 meters above sea level.
Duration: 4 hoursStop At:
Q’eswachaka Rope Bridge, Quehue District 08280, Peru
Q'eswachaka is a suspension bridge built with vegetable fiber that is located in the district of Quehue, province of Canas in the department of Cuzco at 3700 meters across the Apurimac River.
Duration: 1 hour
"Confirmation will be received at time of booking"
"Not wheelchair accessible"
"Children must be accompanied by an adult"
"Most travelers can participate"
"This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate"
Duration: 1 Day
Traveler pickup is offered
Cancellations and refunds:
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