Rock climbing day at El Rodadero E35, near Quito
Great day of climbing in a beautiful location with an excellent guide. Thanks Felipe for a perfect day of climbing.
With its wide variety of territories, Ecuador is the ideal place to get back in touch with a sense of the wild. Rock climbing is a great way to participate in the rugged Ecuadorian landscapes and feel one with nature.
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Best time to visit
The best time to visit Ecuador is during the drier season between May and November
How to get there
To get to Ecuador you can fly in to the capital Quito, or to Guayaquil in the coast
The weather in Ecuador varies largely depending on the region. It generally doesn't vary much, however. In the coastal region it tends to be warm and humid year round with dry season in the months of June-August, and wet between December and March. In Quito and its surroundings, which is the mountainous region, there is a subtropical highland climate
With its Inca ruins, towering volcanos, vibrant native communities, thick Amazonian forest and scattered remote beaches, Ecuador is a destination well worth visiting for both its nature and its culture. Rock climbing in Ecuador is a great way to enjoy its rugged wilderness and to practice this thrilling sport in challenging settings. Whether you are looking to put yourself to the test at high altitudes on more challenging climbs, or are a beginner at the sport, you will find the perfect rock to climb in Ecuador. Of course, to get to the best spots and to be safe, it is always best to go with a certified local guide who will be able to sort out the logistics as well. And when you come down from climbing, make sure to try some of the flavorful local cuisine including ceviches, plantain and peanut dishes! Furthermore, you can explore the local towns and take back home beautiful knits and alpaca scarves
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