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The Inca Trail

22nd-25th Nov We have just experienced probably some of the most challenging days of our lives, but wow, we saw some of the most spectacular scenery though. Let us take you on the journey that had been the Inca trail and Machupicchu. The trail is only 33km long, but takes three and a...

permalink written by  Pete+Rochelle on November 30, 2010 from Machupicchu, Peru
from the travel blog: Round the world!!!



Machu Picchu lo da!!

Joder que si lo da!!! He pasado la noche en Aguas Calientes. Me he levantado a las 04:30 de la mañana. Llovia a mares. He esperado hasta que ha parado un poco y para arriba. Se puede subir de dos maneras: en autobus o andando. He subido andando y casi dejo el higadillo. Habrá con 1 o...

permalink written by  Eka on November 29, 2009 from Machupicchu, Peru
from the travel blog: Ekaren bidaia



Inca trail - Day 4

Wake up at 4:00 this morning to start the last 2 hours of the trek to Machu Pichu. Some very hard steps leads us to where we should have the first view on Machu Pichu. Damned! it is full of clouds! Later on, fully sunny day and Machu Pichu is full of tourists. I don´t know what I prefer...

permalink written by  thetourist on October 28, 2007 from Machupicchu, Peru
from the travel blog: No news, Good news! in Peru & Argentina



Inca Trail Trek - Day 4

In the pitch black we packed up our things, had a quick breakfast, put our head lights on and started our final trek to Machupicchu. It didn´t take us long to reach the Sun Gate for Sunrise. Absolutely spectacular! We sat and watched the sun come up behind us and over Machupicchu mountain...

permalink written by  chrishoorweg on September 15, 2007 from Machupicchu, Peru
from the travel blog: and one last trip before we come home.........?



Inca Trail

It is time for me to change the order of my life´s to do list, since the number one slot has finally been obtained "Machu Picchu". The hike was more than I could have hoped for, it was very challenging, rained everyday, but the views and the experience was unbelievable. The entire trip on paper...

permalink written by  Shawn04 on January 9, 2007 from Machupicchu, Peru
from the travel blog: South American



Machu Picchu: Sagenhafte Stadt

Heute ist der große Tag: wir wollen Machu Picchu sehen. Und zwar am besten bei Sonnenaufgang und bevor die Massen ankommen - also stehen wir mal wieder um 5:00 auf, sind um 5:30 bei den ersten Bussen den Berg hinauf dabei, und sind um 6:00 in den Ruinen. Zwar ist es diesig-neblig, aber so haben...

permalink written by  gattidimonaco on September 26, 2006 from Machupicchu, Peru
from the travel blog: Los Andes 2006



Annäherung an Machu Picchu: Aguas Calientes

Wieder heißt es früh Aufstehen: um 6h15 fährt der Backpacker-Zug von PeruRail aus Cusco ab. Die Fahrt der Schmalspurbahn beginnt mit einem als "zig-zag" berühmt gewordenen Streckenabschnitt, auf dem der Zug unter vielmaligen Richtungswechseln aus dem Tal Cuscos emporsteigt. Mitten durch arme...

permalink written by  gattidimonaco on September 25, 2006 from Machupicchu, Peru
from the travel blog: Los Andes 2006



Day 6

Another day of trekking ... and one on which I thought I'd never get through. It wasn't the uphill portions that did me in, but rather the 1,000 Inca steps down from the last pass to the hostel near the ruins of Winay Wayna. Really, I've never felt my legs shake like that before.

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on June 16, 1989 from Machupicchu, Peru
from the travel blog: Peru (1989)



Day 5

Today we made it over Dead Woman's Pass, the highest we'll climb, and spent the night camping near the Runturacay ruins

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on June 15, 1989 from Machupicchu, Peru
from the travel blog: Peru (1989)



Day 4

First we take the train, passing through Ollantaitambo to Kilometer 88 near the Llactapata ruins, and hike to the Three White Stones campsite, which may or may not be near Wayllabamba. My companion gets altitude sickness but fortunately at the campsite is a fancy-shmancy tour group and they...

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on June 14, 1989 from Machupicchu, Peru
from the travel blog: Peru (1989)



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