It is a hiking trail in Peru that terminates at Machu Picchu. It comprises of three covering trails: Mollepata, Classic, and One Day. Mollepata is the longest of the three courses with the most astounding mountain pass and meets with the Classic course before intersection Warmiwanusqa "dead lady". Situated in the Andes mountain go, the trail goes through a few sorts of Andean conditions including cloud timberland and snow capped tundra. Settlements, burrows, and numerous Incan vestiges are situated along the trail before consummation the end at the Sun Gate on Machu Picchu mountain.
The two longer courses require a climb to past 4,200 meters 13,800 ft above ocean level, which can result in elevation ailment. Worry about abuse prompting disintegration has driven the Peruvian government to put a point of confinement on the quantity of individuals who may climb this trail per season, and as far as possible the organizations that can give guides. Accordingly, propel booking is obligatory. A most extreme of 500 individuals are permitted on the trail every day, of which just 200 are trekkers, the rest being aides and doormen. Therefore, the high season books out rapidly. The trail is shut each February for cleaning. This was initially done casually by associations, for example, South American Explorers yet is presently overseen formally.