We stayed two nights here. Friendly owner, 15 soles per night, quiet place. Once you cross the bridge there will be a hydroelectrica security guard in a booth on the right, he can direct you forward, the place is just ahead of there.

We walked to Machu Picchu from here, about 10km up the railroad then a steep 400m climb up to the ruins and then back. Left around 9am, had the half day Machu Picchu pass (1-4:30pm), got back around 7pm. Tiring but doable.

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Place: Parking at Hydroelectrica

Visited: February 6th, 2017

Location: -13.173983, -72.565067