Ausangate is a mountain of the Willkanuta range of mountains in the Andes of Peru. This lovely region, occupied by alpaca and llama herding neighborhoods, acts as the home of one of the last staying pastoralist societies worldwide. The herders utilize the high mountain trails to trade with the agricultural communities that live at the lower elevations. One path in specific, "the road of the Apu Ausangate," is among the most popular natural destinations of Peru.
This beautiful region is consisted of four significant geological functions: The hanging glaciers and glacial erosional valleys, the Andean uplift formed by Granit, the limestone forest, and many notably, the stunning Permian formations that naturally take place in a variety of colors including blue, red, ochre, and blue-green.
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