Postcard: Rainbow Mountain, Peru

Striped with ribbons of gold, lavender, turquoise, and gold, Peru’s Rainbow Mountain is considered to be a holy place. Lindsey Puls recently hiked Rainbow Mountain and shares her experience in this week’s Everyday Postcard.

Rainbow Mountain in Peru by Lindsey Puls

Lindsey is a nomadic style/travel blogger currently living in Rosario, Argentina who is originally from a small town in Wisconsin in the United States. (Go, Packers!)  Her blog, Have Clothes, Will Travel was established as a way to document her travels, as well as showcase her personal style… all while living out of a suitcase.  You can read more about her trek up Rainbow Mountain here.

A special thank you to Lindsey for this week’s Everyday Postcard. Learn more about her travels here:

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9 thoughts on “Postcard: Rainbow Mountain, Peru

  1. One of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen. This is my favorite postcard of yours 🙂

  2. I hope to see this some day with my own eyes. I know there is a place in China that looks a bit similar to this, but I haven’t been there either… Was nearly next door to it but didn’t know it was there!!!

    1. I’m not sure how long it took Lindsey to hike Rainbow Mountain, but I bet she’d be happy to answer your question if you contacted her via her website or social media, especially via the post link at the bottom of the postcard. I know this adventure was a very memorable experience for her!

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