Video: Photographer captures first drone footage of psychedelic rainbow mountains in Peru.

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A psychedelic rainbow mountain has been discovered in Peru and captured by video drone for the first time.

Travellers from the UK climbed to the peak of the mountain which is at 5000 metres above sea level. Photographer Lee Thompson of Flash Pack tours captured the incredible drone footage after trekking 9.3 miles to the peak of the Vinicunca mountain in the South American Andes. Using horses to carry the kit they camped at the foot of the mountain to wait for snow to stop falling before making it to the peak the following day. With the help of expert guides all the Flash Pack group successfully made it to the top and now have amazing drone footage to remember it and give them ultimate bragging rights on social media! Lee said - “This really is South America’s best kept secret!”

A psychedelic rainbow mountain has been discovered in Peru & captured by video drone for the first time.Travellers from the UK climbed to the peak of the mountain which is at 5000 metres above sea level. Photographer Lee Thompson of Flash Pack tours captured the incredible drone footage after trekking 9.3 miles to the peak of the Vinicunca mountain in the South American Andes. Using horses to carry the kit they camped at the foot of the mountain to wait for snow to stop falling before making it to the peak the following day. With the help of expert guides all the Flash Pack group successfully made it to the top and now have amazing drone footage to remember it and give them ultimate bragging rights on social media! Lee said - This really is South Americas best kept secret!

A psychedelic rainbow mountain has been discovered in Peru & captured by video drone for the first time.Travellers from the UK climbed to the peak of the mountain which is at 5000 metres above sea level. Photographer Lee Thompson of Flash Pack tours captured the incredible drone footage after trekking 9.3 miles to the peak of the Vinicunca mountain in the South American Andes. Using horses to carry the kit they camped at the foot of the mountain to wait for snow to stop falling before making it to the peak the following day. With the help of expert guides all the Flash Pack group successfully made it to the top and now have amazing drone footage to remember it and give them ultimate bragging rights on social media! Lee said - This really is South Americas best kept secret!

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