The Lares Valley trek are blessed with plenty of high mountain scenery, alpine lakes and waterfalls. This region is rich for adventure, and criss crossed with paths and routes used by the local folk. In the Lares Valley, women and children continue to wear traditional clothing, of bright red and its varying shades of natural dyes. The Lares Valley trek is sometimes known as the 'Weaver's Way' or the Weavers Trail and is a wonderful way to immerse yourself into Peruvian culture. In the Lares region the red of the typical ponchos and skirts stand out from a distance as children herd flocks of sheep, llamas and alpaca. Stone houses are covered with thatched roofs and its like you have stepped back into the middle ages, while great herds of llamas roam the landscape as you hike. Hot springs in Lares have very healing waters and are situated on the side of a mountain looking over a stunning, narrow valley.