Tambo Runkuraqay, a fortified Inca way station on the trail. Pacamayu camping place is visible on the distant right.


And the top of the first, highest and hardest pass of the Inca Trail, Dead Woman’s Pass at 4,200m. This is the killer. Get past it and you’re coasting.


Part of the trail to Choquequirao.


A charming garden-path, low altitude, sub-tropical section of the trail.


An early part of the Trail.

Manal Universe

The Inca Trail and Choquequirao Peru


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