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überflutet
3 days ago

Did this hike solo in late September. Started from Mollepata though not shown on this map. Look for the goat trail past the Church pretty much vertical climb with a irrigation stream on the left side of the trail. The trail isn’t well marked and there are some gates you have to pass through. Eventually you will come to a road that you follow to the north. This will take you to the marked portion of the trail where the tours start their hike to soraypampa. From there it’s well marked. This map looks like it follows the road to La Playa but there is a crossing and a trail on the other side of the Santa Teresa River. There is a bridge that is under construction in La Playa you need to cross to get back over to the trail. From there it’s easy to find the trail to Llactapata it’s right off the road. Look for avocados on the road! I found the largest avocado ever!! Camp at the over look not the camp sight of you can...nothing like waking up overlooking Machu Picchu!

wandern
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13 days ago

A lot of derumbes, somewhat dangerous at this time of the year. We had to take the road and not the higher up trail.

Beautiful views and not too difficult a hike. Really enjoyed it

rucksacktour
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1 month ago

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1 month ago

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1 month ago

wandern
1 month ago

Phenomenal experience! I would highly recommend trekking poles for days 3 and 4. Descending is quite steep and rigorous at times. Highest point of altitude is just over 4200m on day 2 (Dead Woman’s Pass). So not that bad, plus you get heaps of time to acclimatize. Chew coca leaves and bring at least 1.5 litres of water with you, per day. Overall, I found this trek to be quite moderate. The best part was by far relationships formed between the group and the journey together. I found that reaching Machu Picchu was bittersweet. It was like an amusement park filled with tourists and their Gucci handbags and smartphones, lined up for hours to get the, “iconic photo.” If all you want is that picture, then there’s a train that will take you to and from Machu Picchu in a matter of hours. But, if you’re looking for something far more valuable and memorable, then please trek the Inca Trail, it’ll blow you away!

wandern
1 month ago

Did this for our honeymoon (Nov 2018) as it was a lifelong dream. Definitely didn’t disappoint. While the exhaustion starts to set in through the days, our group was invigorated at reaching Machu Picchu and essentially ran from the park entrance to the sun gate. Again, amazing experience. Highly recommend it.

wandern
1 month ago

Incredible experience! Cool places to camp and explore along the way to the final destination.

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1 month ago

tips: pls be respectful to porters on the trail. share the trail with others. bring baby wipes. bathrooms are not ideal. day 3 is the longest but most beautiful. day 2 is very difficult incline with less shade.

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1 month ago

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sturmholz
2 months ago

4 days hike from Mollepata to Aguas Calientes. Record of all feasible campground areas & restaurants.

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