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Laguna Querococha
Peru

On the way to Chavín de Huantar, the famous pre-Incan archeological site I called to be dropped off here as soon as I saw this beautiful lake  - Laguna Querococha with the backdrop of Yanamarey (5237m). There is one mjor trail that follows the left shore which I duly took - and some locals I passed by were quite surprised to find me on this herding route. I could have followed it all the way had it not been for some ferociously-looking dogs that blocked the pass further up which chased me away on two successive attempts to bypass  them - anyway on my way back I was rewarded with a nice encounter with a family who run a roadside eatery near the main thoroughfare and played with their little daughter while I was waiting for any bus that could take me back to Huaraz !

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Uploaded: 11/08/2011
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Tags: laguna querococha; chavin de huantar; catac; cordillera blanca; yanamarey; huaraz
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