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Gathering Storm on the Way to Qampa Pass
Peru

The following day saw another storm coming our way and with the terrain all cover with snow our guide was also lost  and we were lead up an increasingly steep trail that was trodden by llamas only and it was not until my arriero who arrived moments later to point us in the right direction - down below in the valley.

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Chargée: 11/03/2013
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Tags: ausangate; qampa; vilcanota; tinqi; cusco; andes; peru
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