OverviewThe Chimborazo volcano is the highest mountain in Ecuador.
This mountain is the last and highest elevation of the Western Cordillera of the Ecuadorian Andes. A lot of different microclimates influence his clime, going from the humid mountain region of the Abraspungo valley to the desert area of the “Arenal”.
This is one of the coldest mountains of Ecuador, but due to general warming and the ash deposits from eruptions of the nearby active Tungurahua volcano, the snow layer is very thin or sometimes non-existent. however full climbing gear is required as well as excellent acclimatization and fitness.
Difficulty: Medium – Hard
Altitude: 20,702 ft (6,310 m)
ItineraryDia 1.- Arrive Quito (9,186ft/2.800m)
If you arrive Quito in the morning, in the afternoon City tour in Quito’s colonial old town, including museums and churches (aprox. 4 hours)..Overnight in the hotel.
Day 2.- acclimatization day ( tour Pasochoa 4,250m.)
We’ll leave from Quito early in the morning and will drive southeast aprox. 2 hours through the Andean highlands until getting to the trail head (10,827ft/3.300m). The hike goes through an amazing primary Andean forest, great for bird watching, as we will arrive on the summit (13,778ft/4.230m) and if the weather allows, we’ll be able to see the surrounding snow capped mountains, such as Antisana, Cayambe, Illinizas, Cotopaxi and Chimborazo far away to the south in clear days. It will take us aprox. 6 hours the round hike. Return to Quito by late afternoon. Overnight in the hotel
Day 3.- Quito – Hermanos Carrel refugee (15,744 ft/4,800 m) – Whimper refugee 16,400 ft/5.000m)
The trip starts at 7:00 a.m., we will drive south from Quitotowards the city of Ambato (8,858ft/2,700m) through the Avenue of the Volcanoes for about 3 hours, then we’ll head southwest to the Chimborazo`s reserve entrance for 1 hour. Finally we’ll drive for another 20 more minutes to Hermanos Carrel refuge (15,744 ft/4,800 m). Lunch will be served there. In the afternoon we’ll walk up for 1 more hour to the Whimper’s Hut (16,400 ft/5.000m) where we’ll have dinner and get some rest until 23h00, our wake up time. There will be an early light breakfast served just before getting ready with our gear and start heading up.
Day 4.- Refugee –Chimborazo summit 6,310m.– Refugee – Quito
At midnight we’ll start our climb to the top of Ecuador’s highest mountain, Chimborazo, which will take us about 8 to 10 hours. Each climber will get a box lunch for the ascending. We’ll get to the summit in the early hours (20,702ft/6.310m) the perfect spot for resting and picture taking of the beautiful Andean surroundings. Then, we’ll start our descending to the Refuge; it will take us to hoşgeldin bonusu hoşgeldin bonusu veren bahis siteleri canlı casino casino canlı bahis casino siteleri türkçe casino türk casino sincan escort kızılay escort 1xbet giriş sohbet numaraları sohbet hattı sohbet numaraları sohbet telefonları mersin escort bayanlar sohbet hattı canlı sohbet telefonları from 3 to 5 hours. Once in “Whymper Refuge” we’ll pack our things and go down to “Hermanos Carrel Refuge”, where we’ll get our lunch and drive back to Quito.
Day 5.- Quito – back home
InclusionsINCLUDE IN THE PRICE
• Private transportation to the whole tour
• Professional ASEGUIM mountain guide (ratio 2 climbers -1 guide)
• Meals on the mountain as mentioned above (B: Breakfast; BL: Box Lunch; D: Dinner)
• Accommodation in hut
• Cotopaxi National Park Entrance fee
• Acclimatization tour Pasachoa 4,250 m.
• Pick up from airport , transfer hotel
NOT INCLUDED IN THE PRICE:
• Sleeping bag and mattress
• Personal Climbing gears ( harness ,plastic boots, grampons, ice axes helmets, sunglasses, pants, jacket etc)
• Hotel in Quito 3 nights
• Extra drinks in the hut
• Meal in town
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