Machu Picchu Mountain
Machu Picchu Mountain its definitely the highest mountain around Machu Picchu archaeological site ad the main reason why the name of the inca site. the altitude is 3082 m. (10,112 ft) above sea level. However, if you are interest to do this hike to this mountain make sure to book in advance because it is possible to sold out very quick. at the same time this mountain it’s surrounded by some inca trails and the famous Sun Gate “Inti Punku”. which is limited to 400 people per day. highly recommend to visit Machu Picchu Mountain if you like to hike and you wanna see this place from another view.
Huayna Picchu Mountain
Huayna Picchu is a mountain located in Peru, near the ancient Inca city of Machu Picchu. It is known for its steep climb and stunning views from the top. Visitors to Machu Picchu can purchase a separate ticket to hike Huayna Picchu, which is limited to 400 people per day. The hike typically takes about 2-3 hours round trip and is considered to be moderately difficult. The peak of Huayna Picchu offers an incredible panoramic view of the Machu Picchu citadel and the Urubamba River valley.
Huchuy Picchu Mountain
Huchuy Picchu Mountain is the smallest mountain into the Machu Picchu archaeological site. but, at the same time is next to the famous and popular Huayna Picchu Mountain. the altitude is 2,497 m. (8,193 ft) above sea level. just 50 meters (164 ft) higher than the archaeological site. but, at the same time you need to book ticket for this little mountain few weeks or months in advance. remember that you are going to use one little part of the path of Huayna Picchu Mountain. which is limited to 200 people per day.
Putucusi Mountain, also known as Putukusi, is a mountain located in the Machupicchu district of Peru. It is situated near the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, and is considered a sacred mountain by the local people. The mountain is known for its beautiful views of the surrounding area, as well as its challenging hiking trails. Visitors to Putucusi can also explore the nearby Inca ruins, including the Temple of the Sun, which is located at the summit of the mountain.
Llactapata (also spelled Llaqtapata) is an archaeological site located in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, in Peru. It is believed to have been an important agricultural and administrative center for the Inca Empire, and is known for its well-preserved terraces and Inca trail. The site is located on a mountain that is part of the Vilcabamba mountain range, which is located near Machu Picchu. Llactapata is also known for its beautiful views of the surrounding landscape, including Machu Picchu.