Bogota is a riotous, exciting, complex and beautiful place, full of good times and captivating things to see and do. Its location on a high plateau in the Eastern Cordillera of the Andes means the surrounding mountainous countryside is a climbers dream, with plenty of mountain climbing options close to the city. Mountain climbers have been coming to Bogota for years due to it being a gateway to the nearby mountains, with plenty of challenging and rewarding peaks to climb. Take a pick from our selection of mountain climbing trips in Bogota, and hear the mountains calling!
Ritacuba Blanco ascent in Colombia
What should I know about Mountain Climbing Bogota?
Due to the high altitude location of Bogota and its surroundings, it is recommended that one spends a few days in the city acclimatizing to the altitude before undertaking any mountain climbs.
Why should I choose Bogota for my Mountain Climbing adventure?
The Thrilling Climbs
What can I expect from the weather during my Mountain Climbing trip in Bogota?
The same throughout the entire year, with daytime averaging 20 degrees celsius and nighttime averaging 8-9 degrees celsius. Wet seasons from April-May and September to November.
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How can I get to Bogota?
Flights to El Dorado International Airport from most major North, Central and South American hubs.
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When is the best time to travel to Bogota for Mountain Climbing?
December-March and June-August, which are the dry seasons.
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