| 4,315 m|
| Peru, Apurímac Region, Abancay Province|
Padreyoc, Phutuq K'usi, Salcantay
Inka Wasi (Apurímac) Wikipedia
Inka Wasi or Inkawasi (Quechua inka Inca, wasi house, "Inca house", hispanicized spelling Incahuasi) is a mountain in the Willkapampa mountain range in the Andes of Peru whose summit reaches 4,315 metres (14,157 ft) above sea level. It is situated in the Apurímac Region, Abancay Province, Cachora District. The mountain lies on the bank of the Apurímac River, opposite the archaeological site of Choquequirao (Chuqik'iraw). On its northern slope there is a small archaeological site named Inka Raqay. Tourists are also attracted by the viewpoint of Inka Wasi which provides good views of the Apurímac valley, Chuqik'iraw and Kiswar.