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Gemma arrives in Peru on Saturday where her and her team will spend the day walking around the Cusco area acclimatising to the altitude. In the morning she will travel to the Sacred Valley, from where she will trek over high mountain passes to the Lares Valleywe and take a long hike over a pass to the small community of Huacahuasi. That evening she will spend the night in a wild campsite by the river in Huacahuasi. The next day, gradually gaining height, she will take a little-used route through the Ranrayoc valley and dig deep for the high pass at 4,600m! Following the traditional Inca path, she will climb some 3,000 steps today. The team will catch their first awe-inspiring view of the sacred site of Machu Picchu from the Sun Gate and spend some time exploring the extraordinary Inca remains. Gemma will then be able to rest her legs and catch an early afternoon train back to Ollantaytambo, from where she will travel by bus to Cusco and fly home to the UK.
St Elizabeth Hospice improves life for those living with progressive and terminal illnesses through palliative care. They can care for patients in their home, in the community, or at the hospice. St Elizabeth Hospice is an independent charity providing free services. Every year, their services cost £9.1 million to run, three quarters coming from the local community. They rely on fundraising, donations and volunteers, like Gemma to keep going.
“Supporting local people and local charities is really important to us at two10degrees. We have given Gemma a satellite device, an inReach Explorer+, so that her friends, family and supporters can track her journey. Her position will be displayed on an online public map, powered by our Global Alerting Platform (GAP). Good luck Gemma, you can do it!”
Charlotte Prodger, Marketing & Communications Manager, two10degrees
The expedition starts this weekend. You’ll be able to track her by clicking here or on the map below…
If you would like to sponsor Gemma, please visit her donations page here.
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