Machu Picchu, an ancient Inca city, dates back to at least the 15th century, and is a true mystery. How did the Incas carve and move massive stones the size of garages up an almost vertical moutain wall to fit exactly in place in the buildings. How did they get enough water from the valley floor thousands of feet below up the city to take care of thousands of people. How did they carve the terraced fields they used to plant crops? Why did they disappear.
The "Inca Trail" is world famous and a difficult multi-day trek over 12 to 15 thousand foot mountain passes (depending on the route chosen). We did it by horse over the period of four days, crossing the 15,000 foot Salkatnay Pass and passing thru tiny villages along the way that are unchanged for centuries.
This UNESCO World Heritage site is a must see for any adventurous traveler.
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