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Abra La Raya, Puno Region

4.1
#5 of 25 in Outdoors in Puno Region
The train from Puno to Cusco makes a quick stop at Abra La Raya, offering sweeping views and photo ops from a height of 4,313 m (1,150 ft). Take a break from the ride and soak in the vistas of the rugged terrain that includes fresh water pools, snowcapped mountain peaks, and green hillsides. Have a meal at the buffet restaurant, or purchase something from the locals selling items made of alpaca wool. Before you head to San Pedro, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly San Pedro trip itinerary planner, to make sure you see all that San Pedro has to offer, including Abra La Raya.
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  • Perurail stops here. So do tourist buses. The view is good. There is a small but bustling craft market, ladies wanting you to take photos of them and their alpacas for a few sols, and an interesting.....  more »
  • La Raya is a mountain range in the Andes (snow could be seen on the mountain peaks in the distance), located on the border of Puno and Cusco County in the middle of nowhere! and is the backdrop to a.....  more »
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  • Worth stopping. Friendly people and nice view.
  • Amazing place. Lake close by and snow capped mountain far away. I personally this is one of the highlights of traveling overland between Cusco and Puno.

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