Hiking The Inca Trail To Machu Picchu -
After months of planning and over a year of dreaming about it, I finally got on a bus from Arequipa to go to Cusco to hike the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. We were supposed to be there a couple of days early so they could acclimatize but Milana's flight from Lima was cancelled so she arrived about noon the day before our tour started. I had already met Karen the day before and we had gotten to know each other a bit as we did some sightseeing and hiking together near Cusco.
High Altitude Mountain Biking -
One day, James, a friend of mine here in Cotahuasi, Peru, approached me and asked a favor. He said he was putting on a large mountain bike tour the beginning of May. He had asked for my help in checking out a potential route across the high plain to Charcana, as I was familiar with part of the route.
Trekking Machu Picchu: the Inca Trail and Other Trek Routes -
Discovered only in 1960, the Inca Trail is part of the more than 23,000 km of roads built by the Incas across South America. It crosses a remarkable range of natural landscapes and eco-systems, from thick tropical jungle to the bear, unwelcoming rocks of the Andean mountains. It is indisputably Peru's most popular trekking route and, all in all, probably the most beautiful walk in South America.
Arequipa Seven Summits - Nevado Ampato
Arequipa Seven Summits - Nevado Coropuna
Arequipa Seven Summits - Nevado Mismi
Arequipa Seven Summits - El Misti
Arequipa Seven Summits - Nevado Chachani
Arequipa Seven Summits - Nevado Pichu Pichu
Arequipa Seven Summits - Cerro Lucmani
Building and Using a Simple Box Solar Cooker
Finding The Dead In The Mountains
The Trail To Nevado Firura
Pacific Crest Trail Thru-Hike
Working On the Chain Gang
Second Summit Attempt of Solimana
Mission Trip To Pausa
Nevado Solimana Recon Trip
Backpacking Trip To Mt Baldy
Where Is The Trail To Nevado Firura?
Those Are Labor Pains?
Hiking Over the Top From Pampamarca to Huaynacotas
Hiking Across the High Plain
Down Canyon, High Plains Hike
The Valley of the Volcanoes
Pikes Peak Hike
Rim to River to Rim Hike
Cotahuasi Adventure Festival
Registering a Car Bought in Tacna
Buying a Car in Tacna
Nevado Solimana Summit Attempt
I Did a Stupid Thing Today
Mountain Biking to 14,000 Feet
Welcome to the Big City, Country Boy
Ten Gallons of Diesel Fuel Please
Search for the Dead
Climbing Volcanic Crater Huambo - Part One
Trying for 16,000 Feet - Huambo Part 2
Success at Last - Huambo Part 3
Discovering an Old Trail
Climbing 21,000-Foot Nevado Coropuna
What I Did for Thanksgiving Vacation
High Altitude Mountain Biking
Trying Out A New Road
Hiking The Inca Trail To Machu Picchu
Life In Peru - Miscellaneous Observations
Climbing El Misti
Travel Adventure in Peru - The Jungle
Trekking Machu Picchu: the Inca Trail and Other Trek Routes
Train Transport from Cusco to Machu Picchu
Inca One Resources Corp.: Chala One Plant Update
Inca One Resources Corp. is pleased to provide an update on the Company's Phase I Chala One Plant expansion in Arequipa, Peru.
New Motorcycle Tour Explores the Inca World of Ecuador
Ecuador Freedom Bike Rental announced a new guided motorcycle excursion to take adventure motorcyclists to the top Inca and cultural sites in Ecuador. (PRWeb July 22, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb12033789.htm
Inca One Resources Corp.: Chala One Plant Update - GoldSeek.com
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - Jul 15, 2014) - Inca One Resources Corp. (TSX VENTURE:IO) ( " Inca One " or the " Company ") is pleased to provide an update on the Company's Phase I Chala One Plant expansion in Arequipa, Peru.
1,500-Year-Old Claws Intrigue Archaeologists in Peru
Archaeologists in Peru say they have unearthed the previously unknown tomb of a nobleman from a pre-Inca culture known as the Moche.
VIDEO: Pre-Inca treasure returned to Peru
A 2,000-year-old, pre-Inca textile, thought to be an ancient calendar, has been repatriated from Sweden to its home in Peru.
Peru: 150 Mummies of Ancient Unknown Civilisation Discovered in Atacama Desert [PHOTOS]
A team of archaeologists from universities in Poland, Peru and Colombia have discovered 150 mummies in the Atacama Desert belonging to an unknown culture that predate the Tiwanaku and Inca civilization by almost 500 years. The bodies were mummified naturally by being buried directly in the sand with no stone structures, wrapped in cotton veils, reed mats or fishing nets, and radiocarbon dating ...
Machu Picchu is getting an airport. Will it ruin the ruins?
CHINCHERO, PERU—Machu Picchu, it is often said, is a place everyone should see before they die. Soon, it may feel as though that’s actually happening: the Peruvian government has inked a deal to build a major new airport down the valley from the legendary Inca citadel. Located beside the picturesque colonial village of Chinchero, the airport could quadruple the number of visitors to the Sacred ...
Peru: concern as Machu Picchu opening hours could be extended
A proposal to extend opening hours to Machu Picchu into the evenings has been met with concern that an increase in visitor numbers will damage the ruins
Peruvian gold tells story of ancient people at National Geographic Museum
National Geographic Museum displays pieces that are about 3,500 years old.
The 100-ft long Peruvian rope bridge that has been rebuilt every year for 5 centuries
The Queswachaca Bridge over the river Apurimac in the Cuzco region of Peru, is the only bridge still being maintained using the tradition Inca technique.