Hardest part of the High Inca is Inca Chiriasqa Pass and Dead Women's Pass.The first three nights you are camping alone which is amazingWhen you join the Classic Inca trail on day Day 8 you will camp with other groups but the camp sites are spread out so we never heard anyone around usToilets are not that bad. I have seen a lot worseWe walked through the Sun Gate at around noon but you will return to Machu Picchu the next day and will have as much time as you need. May or June would be fine Hope this helps Below is a link to my review of the trek
We've booked on that for August. When are you going?
I'm a little nervous too!!
We chose the Moonstone option specifically when we went in May 2011 on the Inca, Titicaca and Nazca Lines tour. Much more remote and certainly spectacular. Wasn't then touristy. There were 5 of us looked after by one guide and 4 porters.
More flexible in terms of what can take as horses do the portering rather than people. As with any of these do take walking poles
On last day of trek have a relaxing lunch in Ollantaytambo and then the train to Aguas Calientes for late afternoon and then rejoin the others
Highly recommended as an active choice when you have the option
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