It is located in the Peasant Community of Pampachiri, sector Ccayrahuire, Annex Hanchipacha, its location is the Janca or Cordillera floor, which determines a polar climate and environment, snowy or high mountain.
The name Winikunka has as its origin and sustenance the oral tradition since from the time of his grandparents the inhabitants of the peasant community of Pampachiri called him that way. Winikunka comes from two Quechua voices: Wini: Well, there are a lot of hard and heavy rounded black stones in the area whose name in Quechua is wini rumi and Kunka: because the exact place where the tourist attraction is located is an opening which is a narrow passage of the hill and natural geographical limit of the ecological floors.
The landscape complex is located in the Winikunka Abra at an altitude of 5200 m.s.n.m. from where you can fully observe the snow of Ausangate as well as the district of Cusipata. Winikunka presents a fantastic scenario where the colors that go from ocher red to brown, white, blue and green are intermingled among others that depending on the position of the sun in the sky vary in tones throughout the day as the hue of their colors it is in function to the temporary of the moment, when it is cloudy its colors are darker and if it is sunny the colors are lighter.