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Machu Picchu Treks

Peru is home to the most famous archeological site in South America, and one of the most famous in the world: Machu Picchu. A deeply fascinating, mysterious, ancient city that mesmerizes nearly all its visitors, "The Lost City of the Incas" is a place every avid traveler must visit.

What makes the area around Machu Picchu and the the Peruvian mountain town of Cusco truly fantastic for the adventurous traveler though is the maze of hiking trails and routes that wind around the surrounding mountains, allowing stunning combinations of hiking, camping, adventure and tourism. Part of the Andes Mountain Range, the peaks around Machu Picchu tower over 20,000 feet in elevation! Our Peru hiking trips, all of which are porter-supported camping treks, explore this stunning part of Peru and will leave you truly astonished at the history, beauty and wonder of Peru!

Check out our list of Machu Picchu hiking and trekking tour options and give us a call at 888-966-TREK (8735) to request more information or reserve a spot!

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Inca Trail to Machu Picchu
Inca Trail
Famous Trails • Classic Views • Machu Picchu
Style: Portered Trek
Difficulty: Level 3
Duration: 9 days
Per Person: $3660
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Salkantay Trek
Guides Choice Award in Machu Picchu
Salkantay Trek
Alpine Valleys • Mount Salkantay • Machu Picchu
Style: Portered Trek
Difficulty: Level 4
Duration: 9 days
Per Person: $3460
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Ancoscocha Trek to Machu Picchu
Ancascocha Trek
High Andes • Machu Picchu • Ancient Trail
Style: Portered Trek
Difficulty: Level 4
Duration: 9 days
Per Person: $3460
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Peru Cordillera Treks

The Cordillera Blanca and Cordillera Huayhuash specifically are two compact mountain ranges within the greater Andes Mountains that offer absolutely world-class trekking. Many of their snow-capped peaks soar well over 20,000 feet, creating deep, glacial-carved valleys where rivers crash out of mountains.

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