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December 2013: I was told there was a pre-inca path from outside Chachapoyas town to Levanto (another town). It was true: the walkin distance is around 3 to 4 hours, but I took the wrong fork and ended up in Quipachacha... another smallest town with very nice people that were making their nativity scene when I arrived. They use plants and branches they gather from the hills around. I was lucky to find transport back to Chachapoyas because in the way from Chachapoyas to Levanto/Quipachacha you unlikely will see any people.
A little dog walked with me most of the way, I left it in Quipachahca because it is common these doggies walk long distances on the mountains going and coming back to home.

This is a photo of the best part of the path, it is so ancient that most of it is destroyed:

Chachapoyas culture was conquered by the Incas before the arriving of the spanish conquerors in XV century.

I took Apple Jack and King Sombra wiht me:
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From:Chris Mapp
Date:February 24th, 2014 12:09 pm (UTC)
I'd love to get down there and visit that part of the world one day. I'd love to go someplace where I could walk on a stone path that is over a thousand years old. Great shots as always Yelinna.

Edited at 2014-02-24 12:09 pm (UTC)
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Date:February 24th, 2014 06:16 pm (UTC)
Hi Chris!!

Thanks for commenting! The photos are from the best parts of the path, most of it is destroyed. It was nice to find parts in good conditions after all :D
Yes, walking on a 1000 years old path is amazing!. But if this path was made by the Chachapoyas people it is probably 800-500 years old :)

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