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Ann Cachot reviewed Ausangate Circuit
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CampingScramble

Extraordinaire des couleurs magnifiques des sources chaudes pour contempler les étoiles Trail d une semaine J aime le Pérou cela fait 4 fois que j y vais marcher ! Je ne me lasse pas des montagnes À essayer aussi le tour du salcantay Merci les montagnes

Claudia Avalos reviewed Inca Trail
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Hiking

One is the hardest hikes of my life but so rewarding!

Logan A. reviewed Inca Trail
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Hiking

A life changing hike. Pushes you mentally and physically. Poles are incredibly helpful! Day 1 helps you adjust to the higher altitude. Day 2 is the most challenging going up to Dead Woman’s Pass and descending from it. Day 3 started with seeing snow peaks and then was mainly jungle. Day 4 wasn’t bad. However, had to climb the monkey stairs. Worth the view at the end. One of the best trips I’ve ever done.

Javier Ruiz reviewed Inca Trail
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Hiking

Truly a life changing trek and my all time fave. Select a good outfitter/guide and do your research long before hand. Use trekking poles. Would not have made it otherwise. Make sure your prepared for the high altitude.

Erin Hurley reviewed Salkantay Trail to Machu Picchu
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Hiking

Would do it again in a heart beat ! Sooo amazing! Never bored ! Even after 13 hr exhausting days !

Luke Cannon reviewed Salkantay Trail to Machu Picchu
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Backpacking

"ln every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks." One of the most amazing experiences in my life, done guided alongside people I had volunteered in a school with prior. Incredible views, amazing high altitude peaks to be in awe of, challenging climbs and a journey that makes you feel like you have truly earned the beauty of Machu Picchu at the end of it. (note: done in Nov 2019)

Jessica Meredith reviewed Salkantay Trail to Machu Picchu
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Amazing hike. Should be on everyone's bucket list. Went in November, few hours of drizzle each day but otherwise not too bad, cold at night and warm during the day. Loved every second of it.

Jomar Teena reviewed Ruins at Ollantaytambo
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Hiking

fresh air, great feeling, beautiful people and great food...short walk uphill but really great ambiance... we did this 5 yrs ago

Jomar Teena reviewed Sun Gate Loop
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Hiking

narrow path going up to sun gate, bring lots of water and snacks... truly breathtaking and a bucket list dream come true... a must in a life time... started at machu Pichu... we did this back 5 years ago.. took us about 2-3 hrs...

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Hiking

Amazing experience

Crystal Garduno reviewed Salkantay Trail to Machu Picchu
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BackpackingBugsMuddyRocky

Did this trail in November. Definitely pack for cold and rainy (hail) weather if you decide to go during this time. The views were amazing. If you're visiting and are not used to the elevation, stay at least 3 days in the city before your trip to give your body time to adjust. Other than that, pack lightly, stay on the trail and enjoy!

Kayla Tran reviewed Machu Picchu Summit
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Hiking

1600 steep steps of stairs. Amazing summit in, absolutely breathtaking, literally!

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Rebecca Valer reviewed Pisac Ruins
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RockyScramble

Experiencia maravillosa , senderismo montaña de apulinli más de 4,300 metros rascacielos vistas de lo mejor rodeado de mucha naturaleza bosques .

Tanya Garcia reviewed Inca Trail
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Hiking

Day one was meh. Day two was brutal as you ascend to Dead Woman’s Pass. Day 3 and 4 are bad ass. Use trekking poles!

Ashley Croughan reviewed Soraypampa Trek to Humantay Lake
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Most difficult hike I've completed! Very friendly people, beautiful hike- I got altitude sickness on the way back down. Coca leaves don't help.

Ashley Croughan reviewed Huayna Picchu Loop
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I was lucky enough to visit in 2018 before they closed access to the citadel. Amazing place to visit

Mikey Bonifacio reviewed Pisac Ruins Loop
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Took a collectivo from the city to get here. Arrived at town Square, and and then taxi to the site entrance. I'd reccommend going counter clockwise from the entrance. I brought my own lunch and enjoyed it from the valley viewpoint overlook.

Mikey Bonifacio reviewed Ruins at Ollantaytambo
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Easy and paved walk up hill. I also reccommend going to the food storage buildings across the valley for another perspective of the fortress. Both can be done in the same day

Mikey Bonifacio reviewed Machu Picchu Summit
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Definitely hike the mountain first aka inca stair master. It's paved all the way and exposed to sunlight, but so bring plenty of water, and no bathrooms as well. Enjoy lunch and make you're way back to explore the rest of the site. You can by the time you're done, and all crowds will have left, and but if you take too long some areas may be closed off already.

Adam Prummel reviewed Sacsayhuaman Walk
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very interesting architecture from back in the day

Molly McGuire reviewed Inca Trail
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Hiking

This 4 day hike was the most enlightening hike ever! The final day was so magical! Day 3 was 360 views of the mountains! Day 2 is the most for elevation gain! Having walking sticks really helped on day 3 with all the steps down!

Elizabeth Jean reviewed Vinicunca (Rainbow Mountain)
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Hiking

I hiked this in March. Was a hard hike because of how high the altitude was . The majority of the hike wasn’t as steep until you get to the bottom of the summit and that’s where it becomes challenging. But worth it.

Amy Sanchez reviewed Vinicunca (Rainbow Mountain)
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HikingNo shade

Awesome trail with amazing views. I was not in the best condition during this hike and managed to get to the top without paying the 60 soles for a horse ride. Although the elevation makes it difficult, you will be rewarded with beautiful views and a sense of accomplishment when you reach the top!

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Hiking

Tough climb

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Hiking

Best day so far

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Hiking

Winter 2019–great final day

Stone Conroy reviewed Sacsayhuaman Walk
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Hiking

Winter 2019–Great spot, lots of ruins!

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