Pinkuylluna Mountain Granaries, Ollantaytambo

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View the ancient ruins of Pinkuylluna Mountain Granaries, an Incan structure used to store grains. Precariously hugging the side of a steep mountain, the ruins offers panoramic views of one of the world's most iconic landscapes. Take a moment to admire the terraced storehouses, supposedly built in the 15th century by emperor Pachacuti and used to protect and preserve food from heat and animals. Arrange to visit Pinkuylluna Mountain Granaries and other attractions in Ollantaytambo using our Ollantaytambo trip builder.
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  • It's really a ballad to do if possible early morning which allows to see the Sun invade the Valley. The view on the main site of Ollantaytambo is beautiful. However the trail is very steep and somewhat dizzying place. You do it quietly if it captures the vide.et do not rely on wooden railings. Muse sticks are a good reassuring option for lovers of Botany the edge of the trail flowerbuds true happiness (cacti, bromeliads,...).
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  • You climb quickly out of the town and onto the steep hillside - the views are wonderful. This is a free site, so the footpaths are a title rough in places. And the question is always - Why? What was t...  more »
  • The rise is more than recommended, is free, the entrance part of the Centre of Ollantaytambo, the views are awesome, therefore recommend to reach barns, the ascent can be hard so it is important to carry water,
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