Vinicunca or Rainbow Mountain was discovered in Cuzco, Peru 8 years ago when the eternal snow covering it melted, revealing the natural beauty of the rock beneath formed by environmental conditions and sedimentary deposits over time, that created a marbling effect, with layered hues of gold, lavender, red and turquoise towering into the sky.
Hikers wanting to trek up the mountain are looking at a round trip of around five miles from the bus drop-off. Visitors should be prepared to climb to high altitudes — Vinicunca stands more than 16,000 feet above sea level. The majority of the path isn’t too challenging, although the final part of the hike is a more difficult, steeper incline.
This painting is with 25%a special discount for the Arts and Craft show.