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Inca Trail Trek

Take on one of the top ten trekking trails in the world!

Your challenge begins in the Inca Capital of Cusco – a fascinating city, full of colonial charm hidden deep in the Andes Mountains.

At an altitude of 3,300m, you spend our first day acclimatising by taking a trek around the famous Inca sites surrounding Cusco. Then you’re off to conquer the one and only Inca Trail to Machu Picchu – the world’s most important archaeological find and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World! There are literally thousands of Inca Trails within Peru and many other charity events sound similar, but there’s only one Inca Trail that leads through the majestic Sun Gate, and then onto the fascinating ruins of Machu Picchu. Exceptional support awaits – from porters and chefs through to the medics and guides, you’ll be in great hands to reach your goal!

This classic Inca Trail encompasses 3 high mountain passes – the highest being 4,200m. The trek will be tough and will certainly test you, but upon witnessing the sight of Machu Picchu through the Sun Gate, mirrored with breathtaking views across the Andes, your efforts are more than worthwhile.

Download the brochure to find out more.

To discuss this event with the fundraising team, please email us – [email protected]

Deposit: £299

Sponsorship: £3,624 (self-funding option also available)

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