Timetable for road access to Piscacucho train stop for Machu Picchu-bound travelers

Timetable for road access to Piscacucho train stop for Machu Picchu-bound travelers

The Cusco Regional Government determined last week that PeruRail and IncaRail may not run privately contracted bus service from Ollantaytambo to Piscacucho to deliver Machu Picchu-bound passengers to the KM 82 train stop.

During the months of April and May, transportation must be arranged privately or through your travel agency.

Given the conditions of the narrow, unpaved road, an official timetable has been created to help control traffic flow in and out of the village of Piscacucho. Traffic control will be handled by Peruvian National Police, but conditions are such that some tie-ups are likely, so give yourself plenty of time to make your scheduled train departure.

Entry into  Piscacucho Exit from Piscacucho
Time Authorized users of the road
Time Authorized users of the road
04:30 to 07:30 Local PeruRail,

41 IncaRail,

701 PeruRail,

101 PeruRail,

Inca Trail

07:30 to 09:00 School children

Local Population

09:30 to 10:40 43 IncaRail,

103 PeruRail,

Inca Trail

11:10 to 13:00 42 IncaRail,

101 PeruRail,

702 PeruRail

13:30 to 16:30 703 PeruRail,

45 IncaRail

17:00 to 17:30 44 IncaRail,

104 PeruRail

18:00 to 19:30 105 PeruRail 20:00 to 23:30 704 PeruRail,

Local PeruRail,

46 IncaRail,

106 PeruRail

Authored by: PeruTravelTrends

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