Known by the Incas as the Home of the Gods, Cusco was the capital city of the Incas.
It’s name in Quechua, the Inca’s native language, means Navel of the World and this is where our adventure begins.
We will be departing on 30 September 2020 arriving back in the UK on 9 October 2020 - times to be confirmed.
This is a fundraising event however there are many ways you can fund your place on this trip. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0151 706 3150.
Day 1 – An Introduction to Cusco
Day 2 - Cusco Acclimatisation Walk
Day 3 – Cusco/Mollepata – Challacancha- Soraypampa (Humantay Lake) 12km/ 4600 metres ASL
Day 4 – Soraypampa/ Salkantay Pass- Huayracmachay- Colpapampa. 22km/ 4650metres ASL
Day 5 - Collpapampa- La Playa- Lucmabamba. 18KM/ 2750 metres ASL
Day 6 – Lucmabamba/ Llactapata- Hidroelectrica- Aguas Calientes. 18km/ 2450 metres ASL
Day 7 - The most important day- Machu Pichu!
Day 8 – Free day exploring Ollantaytambo
Day 9 - Arrive back in the UK
R Charity are working in partnership with Big World Treks to deliver this event. To find out more about Big World Treks please visit: www.bigworldtreks.com