Peru’s Cordillera Huayhuash circuit is one of South America’s and the world’s most under-rated yet mind-blowing multi-day treks. High altitude passes, turquoise lakes, thermal baths and an abundance of glistening snow-capped peaks and first class mountain scenery are what summarise this adventure into the wilderness. Due to it’s remote location and demanding route, the trek can take between 9-16 days depending on whether you are hiking independently or in a group, your fitness level and time restraints. However, most people start from Matacancha and finish in the town of Llamac, although there are alternative options. Along the way the trail takes you on a complete loop crossing several spectacular passes, two of which top out at over 5000m. Among the many notable peaks visible on the trek are Rondoy, Ninashanca, Jirishanca, Yerupajá chico, Yerupajá and the famous Siula Grande, which was real life setting for Joe Simpson’s “Touching the Void” novel.This Trek it is perfect for landscape,Astrophotography because the light polution it is less and also has amazing views ,Glaciers what it makes unuqe place per photographing.