Virtual Inca Trail Virtual Inca Trail

Virtual Trek - The Inca Trail

Date: 1 JUNE 2020

Location: Inca Trail

Registration fee: £13

About the Inca Trail Challenge

The Inca Trail is a world famous high altitude trail through Peru, starting at what is known as Kilometre 82 and culminating 25 miles later at Machu Pichu – The Lost City of the Incas. Famous for gold and the stone cities they built, the Incas were an ancient civilisation who existed in the 15th and 16th centuries – the Inca Trail traces their footsteps through the high peaks of the Andes Mountains.

We have taken inspiration from the Inca gold, stone and the Inca cross to create the amazing medal for our latest event – The Inca Trail. So if you would like to get your hands on one of these Inca treasures, you need to run or walk 25 miles. You can complete the distance in one or as many efforts as you choose. Don’t worry, you don’t have to do it at high altitude, but if you do we’d recommend getting a group of Porters to carry you!

How it works:

  1. Sign up to your race using this link 
  2. Setup an online fundraising page through JustGiving or Virgin Money Giving and share with your family and friends
  3. Complete your run or walk
  4. Upload your evidence to on completion
  5. Put your feet up
  6. Wait for the postman to drop off your medal!

Evidence submission

Simply take a picture of your fitness tracker, watch or any other tech device which can show you having completed your challenge and send it via email to with your name, the name of the challenge you did and our charity name; Lepra. During isolation we will also accept daily written logs or a picture of you at the end of your challenge with your time and distance written on a piece of paper. 

Good luck!


Date: 1 JUNE 2020

Location: Inca Trail

Registration fee: £13

Apply for a place

If you have any further questions or would like to apply for a place, please contact Lucy in our events team on 01206 216 700 •

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