Inca Trail Links Inca Trail,links,reference,resources,hiking,Machu Picchu,Peru,photographs,photos,galleries,gallery Useful links related to the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu in Peru. Wikipedia’s summary of information about Machu Picchu. Wikipedia’s summary of information about the Inca Trail. A one-page overview of Machu Picchu from National Geographic, with a slideshow and basic information about the site. Machu Picchu’s entry on the UNESCO World Heritage list, with an extensive photo and video gallery. A good collection of information about Machu Picchu, organized in a question-and-answer format. A collectively-edited page of tourist information about Machu Picchu from Wikitravel. Hiking the Inca Trail without a guide is no longer permitted. This article explains how to keep the size of your group to a minimum. An overview of five hikes in the Andes, including variants of the Classic Inca Trail, the Lares, the Salkantay, and the Inca Jungle Trail. A description of walking the Lares Trail, an alternative hiking trail that explores the nearby Lares Valley. An account of visiting some lesser-known Inca sites, including Choquequirao, Espiritu Pampa, Llactapata and Mount Machu Picchu. Gary Ziegler's account of revisiting Choquequirao. The links listed here are a small collection of web pages that I found useful or interesting. I do not vouch for the correctness of any information contained on external sites, nor does the appearance of a commercial site in the list mean that I endorse or recommend that business.