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My friend is biking through South America (currently in Ecuador) and wants to bike all the way to the entrance of Machu Picchu. Any advice? Thanks!

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  • Yes, there are another alternative option by the jungle, santa maria - santa teresa- hidroelectrica - aguas calientes cusco about 7 years ago

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    We took the Lares trek which was amazing - didn't see anyone but locals for three full days! That's trekking though, not biking.

    I remember seeing signs in Cuzco for mountain bike tours to MP, but I couldn't tell you anything specific. I'd recommend doing the trek though - it's great to take your time and enjoy the views. Save the mountain biking for Death Road in Bolivia! over 7 years ago

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    No, you can get Machu Picchu by train or trekking only. over 7 years ago

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    The jungle trek includes a day of excellent downhill biking from the snow to the jungle. But the other two days are trekking. about 6 years ago

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    There other trails called "ALTERNATIVE TREKS" these treks are: Salkantay trek, Lares Trek and Inca Jungle, if you want to hike more days, Choquequirao Trek will be for you, it takes 6 o more days to reach Machu Picchu, you can find more about this treks in: https://www.explorape.com/ about 17 hours ago

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