World's scariest walk? 3000m cliff-edge climb in Peru not for faint-hearted

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World's scariest walk? 3000m cliff-edge climb in Peru not for faint-heartednews.com.au


If you haven't got a head for heights, this walk may not be for you.

Without safety rails or harnesses, it's just a narrow path winding up the mountains in Pisac, Peru, with a 3353m drop at one side.

But, if your nerves can handle it, the 360-degree view over the Sacred Valley is well worth the perilous trek, according to news.com.au.

You'll take in the Inca Pisac ruins, as well as ancient agricultural terracing dating back to 1440.

Just make sure you wear your best climbing shoes...


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