El Camino Inca: la ruta de un imperio andino

The Inca Trail: the path of an Andean empire

Por/By Diego del Rio

Miles de viajeros y porteadores recorren cada año el icónico Camino Inca que conduce a Machu Picchu. Son aproximadamente 42 kilómetros de una senda escalonada que supera elevados pases de montaña y atraviesa bosques de queuñas, territorios que albergaron milenarias culturas cuya mística, costumbres e idioma perduran hasta el día de hoy.


Thousands of travellers and porters journey every year through the iconic Inca Trail, which leads into Machu Picchu. This hike consists of approximately 42 kilometers of a steep trail which exceeds elevated mountain paths and cuts through queuña forests, lands which were home to millenary cultures who’s mysticism, customs and languages remain present to this day.