What Life’s Really Like To Trek The Inca Trail: A Traveler Tells All

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The Dead Woman’s Pass is a trail that lives up to its name. The name was not acquired because of murders; neither is it in any way related to any dead bodies. The name of the pass is derived from its resemblance to a woman reclining. The struggles and the kind of trek you must endure to cross it, makes the name appropriate and worthy if you ask Tammy Burns. She was among the travelers who willed herself to face and trek the pass, and she did a tell-all on everything that happened during her trip.