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Arriving at Laguna Carhuacocha
Peru

After the 4630m high Carhuac Pass, the trail follows a narrow gully that opens into the spectacular Laguna Carhuacocha to the south. Most packaged tour groups spend a night along the shore of this beautiful lake.

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Uppladdad: 21/11/2011
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