it was hidden by candy man
It took a long ten years!
Machu Picchu tours can last anywhere from 3 days and 2 nights to over two weeks, depending on whom you book through. Check out http://www.machupicchu.org/ for more information on this.
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Machy Picchu Gateway is a really good site for a lot of options in how you want to travel. However, the cost can really depend on how long your trip is, and where you go on the way.
Since the trail up to Machu Picchu is a long 30 mile hike, you want to be sure that you are physically fit for the climb. Get in aerobics work outs everyday, and focus on your legs and core. These are the main muscle groups your body will be using. It is good to take small hikes and carry the gear you will be taking with you. This way you will be more used to the weight of your pack.
The Inca trail is located in Peru, in the Andeans. It leads to Machu Picchu. Walking the Inca trail can be very rewarding and is possible for all ages as long as you are fit.
if your asking how long it takes to see the whole site about 5 hours of dedication. just to climb to the tallest point from the top, about 15 min
The trail is between 50 and 55 miles long depending on your start location. Most guided tours will take over five days to go the round trip on the trail.
The tours all depend on how long you want to take. There are tours available for a day trip to several days. Check out peruforless.com or www.andeantravelweb.com for more details.
Held a special ceremony every year before winter came. The Inca tied the sun to the column to hold the sun and to keep the long days of summer
The majority of treks on the Inca Trail take about 4 days with camp sites along the way. For people who don't want to walk they can always get a train and end at Machu Picchu.
Machu Picchu offers a variety of trails and tours that vary in difficulty. The Intipuncu trail is not considered difficult and has only a slight incline. The Puente Inca trail is a path is slightly more difficult and is a 35 minutes long hike. The Temple of the Moon trail is considered a bit difficult and it is suggested that you do not take this hike alone. The Huayna Picchu mountain trail that involves a climb up stairs which include stairs carved out of the mountain can be considered difficult due to the climb lasting approximately an hour. The Putucusi mountain trail is very difficult and last around 2 and a half hours.
According to Weather.com, the world's toughest marathon is the Inca Trail Marathon in Cusco, Peru. There are thousands of stone steps along the trails that wind through the Andes Mountains of Peru to Machu Picchu, and it can take runners as long as 10 or 11 hours to finish.
Been a long time but i think it is hidden in the walls
Macchu Pichu is the first major Inca township to have been discovered largely untouched by humans since it was built. It was first found by the American explorer Highram Bingham in 1926, and although long since abandoned and fallen into some ruin naturally due to the passage of time, it had not been razed or destroyed in warfare as so many Inca settlements have been. It has provided a fascinating insight into the ordinary lives of the Inca people, and for the first time enabled historians to gain an understanding of aspects of their life and culture that was previously unknown. It is now a UNESCO protected World Heritage Site.
Charlie Bone and the Hidden King is 441 pages long.
There is no conclusive evidence that there has ever been water on the Moon. However, theories suggest there may be water trapped in ice in hidden craters of the Moon.
The hidden meaning of Time AB DE is 'Long time no see' literally, and it actually means, "a long time to see"
Not sure what you mean by hidden but it can lie dormant for long periods of time.
200 years ago was the start of the Industrial Revolution when we started to seriously dig up and burn fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas). This burning released long-hidden reserves of carbon dioxide that had been hidden underground for 300 million years.
In recent (250) years the earth's atmosphere has been changed by human burning of fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) in industry, transport and the generation of electricity, which releases long-hidden carbon dioxide.