Where does the Inca Trail start and end?

How difficult is the Inca Trail?

1) How difficult is the Inca Trail? The Classic Inca Trail Route difficulty is considered a moderate level hike. If you are hiking the Classic Inca Trail Route you will hike 26 miles over four days at an elevation nearing 13,828 feet (4,215 meters). The longest day you can expect to hike is around 10 hours.

Which is harder Inca Trail or Kilimanjaro?

Mount Kilimanjaro and the Inca Trail are arguably two of the most well-known hikes of all time.

Hiking Kilimanjaro vs. The Inca Trail.

Mount Kilimanjaro The Inca Trail
Difficulty Hard Moderate
Elevation 5,985m 4,200m

How many steps are on the Inca Trail?

It took me about 4.5 hours to do those 6000 steps (only 25 minutes less than my husband so I didn’t feel too bad – yes there is that competition again). After a snack and a break we started down. This was another series of steep steps. Walking down is easy on the heart but hard on the knees.

How much does it cost to do Inca Trail?

Reliable and good local operators typically charge around US$700-US$900 per person for a 4D/3N Inca Trail trek. At this price the service will usually involve joining a group of 8-12 trekkers and include the following: Pick-up from your hotel and transport to the start of the trek (KM82) in the Sacred Valley.

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How fit do you need to be to hike the Inca Trail?

General Levels of Fitness for the Inca Trail

We say “almost anyone” because we mean that there are is no specific required level of fitness for the Inca Trail. We’ve literally had people from 12 to 70 complete the trail, and many (most?) of our customers have never done anything like it before, let alone in Peru.

Are there showers on the Inca Trail?

No Showers.

there are no warm showers, or even showers at all. Years ago Peru tried to put showers and even a restaurant at the last camp site but it was shut down due to vandalism so don’t get your hopes up. You are just going to have to look like you have survived four days of the wild trails of Machu Picchu.