7 July 2022
Start Time : 4:00 a.m.
Number of Places : 30 – 40 runners are expected
The Inca Trail Marathon is sometimes referred to as the toughest marathon in the world and the most stunning in South America.
Inca Trail Marathon Route
The route is a hard trail with a number of steep sections. The surface is mainly Inca paved stone with some dirt sections and a few rocky places where runners may need to be careful.
Runners start from near the Llactapata Inca ruins. Although tough throughout, the first half of the race is a relatively moderate and steady climb. This is followed by a very steep climb to Warmiwanusqa (Dead Woman’s Pass) which is more than compensated by amazing views including memorably scenic waterfalls. After Warmiwanusqa the route is predominantly downhill with some brief uphill sections, ultimately arriving at the finish line at the amazing Machu Picchu.
Inca Trail Marathon Entry
* Entry Fee : from US$ 2895 for a 10-day package tour.