Summary

There a several additional hikes available at Machu Picchu, some which are free and some which require an entrance ticket. Due to the mountain terrain of Machu Picchu all of the treks are moderate to challenging, with the exception of the Inca Bridge trek which is fairly short and level. The Huayna Picchu and Machu Picchu Mountain treks are both limited to 400 people per day and require an advanced ticket to enter.

The Hikes

Entrance to Huayna Picchu

Huayna Picchu

A popular trek that takes you to the view point and summit of Huayna Picchu Mountain. The rarely hiked lower trail also takes you to the Moon Temple […read more]

Machu Picchu Montain Trek

Machu Picchu Mountain

A trek that offers spectacular panoramic views of Machu Picchu & surrounding mountains. Inca priests once performed rituals & liturgical greetings at its summit […read more]

Sun Gate Machu Picchu

Sun Gate (Inti Punku)

A fairly gradual trail that takes you to the Sun Gate located high above Machu Picchu. The place where the famous Inca Trail arrives at Machu Picchu […read more]

Inca Draw Bridge Machu Picchu

Inka Bridge

Following one of the 7 original access trails to Machu Picchu, the Inca Bridge trek is an easy 15 minute trail that offers views of the mountains behind Machu Picchu […read more]

Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu Trek

Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu

Information on how to trek form the town of Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu or vice versa. Directions to the trail head and info on the trek itself […read more]

Putucusi Mountain

Putucusi Mountain

A much lesser known and free trek to the summit of Putucusi Mountain. A challenging trail that includes steep wooden ladders and views of Machu Picchu […read more]

 

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