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wandern
ausgewaschen
kein schatten
käfer
schlammig
schnee
steinig
überflutet
10 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
Gebühren
kein schatten
schnee
19 days ago

This was an awesome hike. If it weren’t for starting at about 14,200 feet and ending at 16,500 feet this hike would not be hard. It was foggy the day we went so we missed out on some of the spectacular scenery; however it was still worth it!! It starts with a small hill, flattens out for awhile, then there’s a steep section, the. A short flat part, then a really steep part at the end that is very hard. The fog cleared some and we did got some good shots of the mountain!!

wandern
schlammig
20 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.

wandern
eisig
schlammig
schnee
23 days ago

This hike is very difficult for those who have no experience with altitude. Many people ended up riding the horse for 60 soles, one way. The horses drop you off at the base of the rainbow mountain. From there you will hike a very steep hill. Don’t skimp out of the higher hill, it’s a view to see the red valley. The air was so cold and dry, you won’t be able to feel your throat for two days. All the suffering was worth the view.

Super steep, but only really difficult if you’re not acclimated to the altitude. Gorgeous lagoon at the top, one of my all time favourite treks. We were really lucky, went up late December and only met 4 other people at the top. It rained on our way down and got insanely muddy.

rucksacktour
schlammig
1 month ago

wandern
käfer
schlammig
scrambling
steinig
1 month ago

wandern
schlammig
scrambling
steinig
1 month ago

Highly recommend this trek. Pretty short, but the incline is quite steep and challenging, which makes things fun! As an advanced trekker, I didn’t struggle too much, but most people opted out and took the mules up. Which was sad to see. Over populated for sure. It was a bit muddy, and I’d recommend trekking poles for the way down. The view at the top is breathtaking and insanely worth it. One of my favorite day treks by far.

Great trek! I would highly suggest pushing forward another 2km to Valle Rojo (the Red Valley), it was even more stunning! Adjusting to the altitude a day or two in Cusco is important before attempting this hike as you hit a high altitude of 5200m. Chew coca leaves on the way up and down. Otherwise, conditions were good. Altitude didn’t bother me much. Poles are unnecessary, unless you have bad joints/knees. Really not that bad or rocky. No scrambling. Just a fairly consistent incline. The last little bit gets challenging, but you can make it!

Rewarding view at Huamantay Lagoon. It was starting rainy season so expect to cross rivers and muddy and rocky trails. some rocky paths were slippery. Trekking poles are helpful!

This trail is all stairs ALL THE WAY. Pace yourself. Slow and steady is key here. Beautiful views of Machu Picchu throughout the trail. It took us about 2.5 hours to finish. I highly recommend this hike for anyone up for a challenge. It did rain on our way down which made the rocks very slippery. So make sure to bring a rain jacket and wear shoes with good tread.

wandern
steinig
1 month ago

We left later than most and avoided the 7am slot. We instead toured the ruins with our awesome guide Elisban from Trexperience first thing in the morning. We got great photos inside the ruins while the fog was still out, and after the tour did this hike. It was hotter but the trail was much quieter. We were told it would take around 3 hours. 2 up and 1 down. That didn’t account for the 30 minutes resting, eating, and soaking in the incredible views! Can’t wait to do the other mountain next time around!

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