Event: Inca Trail Trek, Peru (Various Dates)

Stride out to conquer the one and only Inca Trail to Machu Picchu – the world’s most important archaeological find and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World! This challenge begins in the Inca Capital of Cusco and ends at the fascinating ruins of Machu Picchu. The Inca Trail encompasses 3 high mountain passes in the Andes – the highest being 4,200m. The trek will be tough and will certainly test you, but upon witnessing the sight of Machu Picchu through the Sun Gate, all efforts will feel more than worthwhile. Standing proudly together!

Event details

What: 10 day scenic trek across the Andes to the lost city of Machu Picchu
Dates (Various): 15-24 May 2020, 31 July-9 August 2020, 6-15 November 2020
Costs: Registration Fee £299 + Trekking permit £200 + Airport Tax £250 + Minimum Sponsorship of £3,450

To find out more or to sign up, please call us on 0207 766 5555 to speak to Adele, or email events@cstm.org.uk

More information can also be found in the brochure here.

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