The Choro Trail descends from the Andean mountains into the Bolivian Amazon. It was once a route of communication between the mountains and the Yungas of the cloud forest. Now it is a gringo trail but the occasional solitary Indian we pass, seemingly lost from some forgotten time, make it possible to imagine Incas traversing these rocky paths. On this ancient path we tread a tireless rhythm, the mountains retreating to the horizon, and the fecundity of the cloud forest gradually enveloping us. I am overwhelmed when continuously on the move. Crossing so many different terrains and meeting so many people along the way involves a complete overload of the senses. It is only when you have a moment spare to reflect on all that your mind has absorbed that you can fully comprehend the effect that your journey has had on you.
- A better option for this Inka trail since you have the option to see very close the big and georges Huayna Potosi 6,088 m (19,968 ft). We start the hike at Huayna Potosi Base Camp 4,830 m (15,842 ft).
- A spectacular descent of over 3,000 m (9,840 ft), from mountain ranges to the dense subtropical vegetation.
- Pre - Hispanic paving and a spectacular but savage descent.
- Incredible variety of landforms and vegetation across the varius altitude zones.
- Average fitness.
- Acclimatized and determined people.
- Beginners to experienced climbers.
- Transportation. Bolivian Journeys has a private driver to provide in country transport, thus ensuring our safety and facilitating an independent schedule that does not depend on public transportation.
- Food. We eat high quality meals using fresh local ingredients.
- All group climbing gear.
- Professional mountain guide.
- Meals except while climbing.
- Park fee .
- Gratuities to guides and staff.
- Rescue or medical expenses that may occur during the trip.