Comment from: Zsuzsana [Visitor]

I loved the pictures and the video was amazing! It looks like a wonderful adventure! I wonder if the KSOs would have been better to keep the sand and rocks time I guess :)

12/22/10 @ 12:43
Comment from: Noël [Visitor]

What beautiful photos! The video is exquisite with breathtaking views. Thanks for sharing.

I hiked the White Mountains of New Hampshire this summer and the KSO Treks worked extremely well. I never had to take them off to remove sand or dirt. You are right about training the bottom of your feet though :)

12/22/10 @ 15:01
Comment from: steve [Visitor]

Thank you for sharing! Truly beautiful... those two minutes added to my life! I just got a pair of Treks (love my sprints) and Im looking forward to all the adventures they bring. Namaste

12/22/10 @ 19:10
Comment from: ashegam [Visitor]

Thanks for sharing. Peru is on my bucket list for sure. Your pics and video were breath taking. What camcorder did you use?

12/22/10 @ 21:59
Comment from: Scott Gold [Visitor]
Scott Gold

Thanks for the kind words everyone!
@ashegam: I used a Canon 5DmkII for the photos and video.

12/23/10 @ 09:13
Comment from: munisano [Visitor]

Pretty awesome adventure! My wife and I visited Cuzco and Machu Picchu a couple years ago (as part of a whirlwind tour before heading to Ecuador then the Galapagos Islands). Would love to return to run the Inca Trail Marathon (bucket list race).

12/23/10 @ 10:26
Comment from: Seth Green [Visitor]
Seth Green

Awesome and amazing views. The pics and video made the "wild" well up inside of me. I love places like this that have not been marred by humans.
Really great video and pics. Thanks for sharing your trip.

12/23/10 @ 14:32
Comment from: tim [Visitor]

Thank's for sharing....The pic' are great and i hope some day to make there as well....

12/24/10 @ 19:10
Comment from: Toemailer [Visitor]

Didn't know this blog existed, but looks pretty good. We posted once about Vibram's about 4 months ago. People seem passionate about them!

12/26/10 @ 06:29
Comment from: Hans [Visitor]

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing. I go to Peru annually and hiked the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu over 10 years ago. I wore boots that time while the porters had huaraches (of course). This year I went running in my VFF KSOs next to Lake Titicaca. Doing the Machu Picchu Marathon would be a dream come true.

01/17/11 @ 14:09
Comment from: Natasha C [Visitor]
Natasha C

Running there would be something to remember. You've put that togeather like a profesional, it could be an advertizment.

01/21/11 @ 22:36
Comment from: Kris [Visitor]  

Wow! Your videos and pictures are unbelievable!! My fiance and I are doing the classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu in June and I am debating on whether to use my Bikila's, get some Treks or go with my traditional hiking boots. I haven't worn sneakers or boots in over a year, but have never hiked in Vibrams. Thanks for the inspiration. Your trip looked amazing!

04/27/11 @ 00:02
Comment from: Kelly [Visitor]

Thanks so much for sharing! I'm headed to the same place next month with my TrekSports. How did they hold up in the cold? Should I invest in some injinji socks?

08/27/11 @ 22:02

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