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Overview

Machupicchu Mountain Hike

Machu Picchu Mountain is another mountain that rises from the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu and can be reached on foot following its trail. Upon reaching the top of the mountain, you can see the castle, the Huayna Picchu hill, the Putucusi hill and the meandering Willkamayu River (Urubamba). The mountainous landscape and the last stretch of the famous Inca Trail.

The alternate route to trip to Machupicchu mountain hike has 400 parking spaces per day, spread over 2 hours, the first hour is from 7:00 am to 8:00 am and the second hour is from 8:00 am to 9:00 am. Visitors with this ticket must go directly to the Machu Picchu mountain route and exit the monument through it. These tickets will allow re-entry to Machu Picchu through track 03 (low profile – yellow).

How to get to the beginning of the trail from the Machu Picchu city?
Once you enter the main entrance of Machu Picchu, you must walk for 2 minutes until you find some stone steps to the guardian’s house on the left and you will find a sign pointing you in the right direction. This path leads to the Puerta del Sol, the path used by the famous Inca Trail walkers.

Enjoy this tour with David Expeditions where we will the Machupicchu mountain hike, for which you must make a reservation in advance as we have too much demand and it is very crowded, in high or low tourism season. the machupicchu mountain hike takes place in two daytime schedules: in the morning 7-8 am with the first group and the second group in the following schedule 9-10 am, you have the option of being able to choose any of these schedules that consist of a total 4-5 hours of walking both there and back.