Trekking Santa Cruz / Cuzco / Machu Pichu --- or ---
just do the Cuzco / Machu Pichu portion
June 26- July 10 2003 - Going to Machu Pichu take an additional 4 days
The above add on has been created for several folks wanting to explore Cuzco and Machu Pichu
This is one of the most beautiful mountain areas of the world.
TEN Expedition leaders have enjoyed this incredible mountain paradise since 1975. This year fantastic climbs treks and tours are in the works that will excite all experience levels.
Climbers will ascend "Pisco" which is in outstanding condition and a beautiful 19,000' peak. ( Huascaran is an optional follow on)
Trekking opportunities on the famous Llanganuco to Santa Cruz trail will support some of the most breath taking alpine views in the world along with allowing everyone to experience indigenous ways first hand.
Victor, and his extended family, residents of the Llanganuco Valley, will again will be our hosts. Theyll give us insights into Peruvian culture and local lore unattainable from other tour operators. I dont believe their personal touch can be matched anywhere in the region.
Every effort will be made to accommodate individual itineraries with excellent possibilities for folks traveling together, to do their own thing for a few days (like climb and trek separately) and then link up afterward.
We will meet in Miami and fly together to Lima where we will adventure our way to Huaraz. There, we will be immersed in northern Peruvian culture,surrounded by the lure of incredible peaks, and share in the excitement of mountain lovers from around the world.
Opportunities to take all this in naturally happen and add to the pre trek / climb level of energy. Many familiar TEN faces are currently putting their heads together in order to make this a great time.
Separate or follow-on excursions can be arranged to Cuzco and MachuPichu. Our recent trip to the famous ruins was not hindered by the recent fires or weather conditions. Call for details
Or - You can decide to just go to Machu Pichu
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