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Leaving Laguna Carhuacocha
Peru

About 30 to 40 minutes or so the trail leaves the turquoise Laguna Carhuacocha behind to run alonside Cordillera Huayhuash in a narrow valley. Soon a series of lakes would gradually come into view and without doubt this part of the trail is one of highlight on this circuit.

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