Inca Skate Trail: Rocking a truly wild skatepark in the Andes - Episode 2

Inca Skate Trail: Rocking a truly wild skatepark in the Andes - Episode 2

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Inca Skate Trail: Rocking a truly wild skatepark in the Andes - Episode 2

Join a skate trip to discover the unique spots and local skaters connected by the ancient Inca road system linking modern-day Peru and Bolivia!

Rocking with the local skate scene nearly 4km above sea level; Milton Martinez, Thaynan Costa, Angelo Caro and Madars Apse find a truly wild skatepark in the Andes.

Having skated the challenging and occasionally dangerous streets of Lima and Cusco, and later hiked high into the Andean mountains to visit Machu Picchu, our trip now swung due southwards through the mountain tops until we reached the Peruvian city of Puno.

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