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Located northwest of Cusco, Nevado de Salkantay, the cordillera\'s tallest peak, is at the eastern end of the chain and rises to 6271 meters above sea level. The name Salkantay means \'Savage Mountain\' which may refer to the swirling clouds that rise up from the jungle lowlands and engulf the peak.

The Salkantay to Machu Picchu trek normally takes 5 and 7 days and has become popular with trekkers wanting to combine a quieter less trodden route with a visit to the Inca ruins of Machu Picchu. For the first 4 days you will be surrounded with magnificent scenery and rarely see other groups of trekkers. On the fifth day you join up with the Inca Trail at Wayllabamba and continue to Machu Picchu arriving early on day 7.

The trek is only a little more difficult than the Inca Trail, and horses can be used for the first 4 days to carry food and equipment. Since horses are not allowed on the Inca Trail, you\'ll swap over to using human porters for this final section.

Only a few tour companies operate this trek and it\'s always best to reserve a space in advance. If you just turn up in Cusco you may be lucky and join up with a group, especially in the busier months of July and August.

If you want  the program of 5 days and 7 days, please contact us!!!

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