This Inca Trail trek came out very good. We had a nice little team with Canadian/French/Russian mix, became friends immediately .
Four days in Cuzco for acclimatization did a good service, because Dead Woman Pass takes a good deal of effort. The support them did an outstanding job. In our 30 years of active travels this was the first time, that we did not put our tent and did not cook our food. Special thanks to our guide Frank.
He was always here to help. So, our advise to everybody: rather than grow fat on your butt, try Inka Trail, see what are you able too.