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Address: Calca, Peru
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3-Day Huchuy Qosqo Trek to Machu Picchu
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Amazing Day Hike (Must Be in Decent Athletic Shape)

My wife and I used the American travel company 'Adventures Within Reach' to book our hike with a local guide (who come to find out is also a guide on the 5-day Inca Trail... read more

Reviewed January 22, 2017
RyRyMB
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Denver, Colorado
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Denver, Colorado
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Reviewed January 22, 2017

My wife and I used the American travel company 'Adventures Within Reach' to book our hike with a local guide (who come to find out is also a guide on the 5-day Inca Trail adventures). He (Miguel) met us on time in Cusco (6am), spoke great English, and the driver took us to where we three started the hike (about... More 

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Reviewed April 27, 2016

This was amazing! You have to be on shape to do this. We started walking at 8am and finished at 5pm. The guide is very important. We had a great one. If you decide to do this, don´t forget to bring the appropriate gear, plenty of water and a raincoat. There is so much to explore in Cuzco.

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Wilmington, North Carolina
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Reviewed March 27, 2016 via mobile

We did the hike beginning in Taucca near Chincero and ending on the other side of the pass past the Huchuy Qosqo site. The peak elevation is 13,950 feet, and we climbed 3000 feet going up and came down 4000 feet. We live at about 50 feet above sea level so this was a serious cardio workout. The payoff is... More 

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Brisbane, Australia
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Reviewed September 16, 2015

We went on this trek with Incaland Adventures. We had a guide with us for the trek which began in Tauca and ended in Lamay. The trek is about 14 klms. The ruins are wonderful, set on a plateau surrounded by beautiful mountains and valleys. The altitude reaches about 4200 metres at the top of the pass. The downhill part... More 

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Calca
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Reviewed June 15, 2015

We walked up from Lamay, it took us about 2 and a half hours, it was quite steep, and I would recommend going early in the morning as the path does not have much shade and gets hot! The Huchuy Qosco site itself is beautiful, amazing views! And then we walked down a different way - the road to Calca... More 

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Paraguay
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Reviewed January 22, 2015

What an absolutely fabulous and magical time I have had on trek in huchoy qosqo with Cusco Expeditions, I’m sure choose the best company on Cusco area. Everything about the experience was just perfect and I want to thank you, so much for all you did to make that possible. Anyway, just quickly wanted to thank you and let you... More 

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Reviewed October 29, 2014 via mobile

It was just the hardest hike in my life. We did it on our own. We started in taucca village and the trip ended in lamay ( via huchuy qosqo) ! We started the hike at 10 am and we arrived in lamay at 19 pm. I am happy that i did it because i saw one of the most... More 

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torino
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Reviewed September 26, 2014

I and my husband wanted to make a one day hike near Cusco which develop a part on an inka path, and choose the hike to Huchuy Qosco. The hike was very interesting, developing on different and beautiful landscapes; a part was on an inka path. Beyond from the archeological site, which is interesting and very quite because can only... More 

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Switzerland
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Reviewed September 12, 2013

we booked the trek through amazontrail peru in advance for 2 days. we asked them if we could add macchu piccu and they organized everything for us. we were hiking for two days and slept in a tent in huchuy qosco. the whole trip was great, we had a really competent guide, our cook was fabulous, the views were great... More 

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Los Alcazares, Spain
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Reviewed September 6, 2012

I took a 3 day and 2 night tour to Huchuy Qosqo and Machu Picchu with inkatrail.com.pe.  I booked it online before arriving in Peru, and it was very well priced. The treck to Huchuy Qosqo is nice, and it was a different experience for me.  The first day we walked 19 km and reached a height of 4,300 meters... More 

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