The Inca Trail is said to be one of the top ten trekking trails in the world… and one of the most popular charity challenges – and it’s not surprising why! Peru is one of the most fascinating countries in South America, and with its breathtaking landscapes, stunning scenery and mysterious Inca sites, it’s home to one of the most famous footpaths in the world and one of the best treks charity challenge events can offer – The Inca Trail.
This classic Inca Trail encompasses 3 high mountain passes – the highest being 4,200m. This trek for charity will be tough and will certainly test us, but upon witnessing the sight of Machu Picchu through the Sun Gate, the breathtaking views across the Andes, and experiencing the history and culture of the Incas, our efforts are more than worthwhile!
Day 1 – Depart UK
Day 2 – Arrive Cusco (3,300m)
Day 3 – Acclimatisation Trek around the Inca sites. Tambomachay to Sacsayhuaman, then to Cusco. Distance – Approx. 8km
Day 4 – The Inca Trail! Trek KM82 (2,650m) to Huallyabamba Campsite (3,000m). Distance – Approx. 11km
Day 5 – Trek Huallyabamba Campsite up to Dead Womens Pass (4,200m). Descend to Pacaymayo Valley Camp (3,600m). Distance – Approx. 11km
Day 6 – Trek Pacaymayo Valley Campsite up to Runkuraqay Pass (3,950m) & Phuyupatamarka Pass (3,600m). Descend to Winay-Wayna Campsite (2,700m). Distance – Approx. 16km
Day 7 – Trek Winay-Wayna Campsite to Inti Punku (Sun Gate), then to Machu Picchu! Distance – Approx. 5km
Day 8 – Free day in Cusco for participants to relax. Celebratory meal in Cusco.
Day 9 – Depart from Cusco.
Day 10 – Arrive UK.
31 July – 9 August 2020 BOOK NOW
20 – 29 November 2020 BOOK NOW
Option A – Minimum Sponsorship
Red Fee: £299
Min Sponsorship: £3474 + £200 Trekking Permit + £250 Airport Tax and Fuel Surcharge
Option B – Self-Funding
Reg Fee: £299
Self-Funding Costs: £1737 + £200 Trekking Permit + £250 Airport Tax and Fuel Surcharge