Jan, Jun, Jul, Dec
You will arrive in Quito and get transferred to your hotel. if there is time, you will get to visit the historic line of the Equator.
We will leave Quito early in the morning. From there we will hike to the summit of Pasochoa. After that, we will be transferred to the town of Macachi, where we will spend the night.
Today we will hike to the Corazon summit. The trek should take approximately 8 hours. Afterwards, we will return to Macachi for the night.
Today, we will leave Macachi and go to the village of El Chaupi. From there, we will hike for approximately 3 hours until we reach the Nuevos Horizontes Hut, where we will eat and sleep for the night.
Today we will wake up early in the morning, eat breakfast, and hike to the North Illizina summit. The round trip trek should take approximately 7 hours. Afterwards, we will return to Macachi for the night.
Today we will drive from approximately 3 and a half hours until we reach the Oleas Ruales hut. once there, we will practice ice climbing techniques, before having dinner and sleeping for the night at the hut.
Today we will wake up very early, and depart the hut at 1 am to the summit of Cayambe. The ascent should take approximately 6 to 7 hours. After we descend, we will go back to Macachi, where we will spend the night.
Today we will drive for approximately 3 and a half hours to the Chimborazo natural reserve. Once we arrive, we will trek to the Hermanos Carrel Refuge, where we will eat and rest until 11 pm.
At midnight, we will start our ascent to the summit of Chimborazo. The climb should take approximately 8 to 10 hours. Afterwards, we will descend to the Hermanos Carrel hut, where we will take a transfer back to Quito, where you will spend the night in a hotel.
Today you will take a transfer from the hotel to the airport, where you will fly home.
Accommodations in hotels (double room), Nuevos Horizontes Hut, Oleas Ruales and Hermanos Carrel.
UIAGM/IFMGA-ASEGUIM Mountain Guide from Ecuador.
I am a mountain guide, but also a passionate traveler, climber in rock and ice, and photographer. I spend my free time and holidays exploring new destinations, discovering new mountains and cultures.
I have more than 17 years of experience climbing mountains and volcanoes not only in Ecuador, but also in other South American countries such as Colombia, Peru, Bolivia and Argentina, and in the Alps in Austria, Italy, Switzerland and Germany. I also summited KhanTengri peak in the Himalayas, and Mt. McKinley in Alaska. This experiences prepared me to lead expeditions in challenging routes all around the world.
I studied 6 years of Tourism in the University, and followed ASEGUIM courses to become a mountain guide. I’ve also been evaluated by ENSA, and completed first aid courses in the Ecuadorian Red Cross.
I like guiding people from all around the world, and help them discover and enjoy the mountains, while reaching their objectives. I speak Spanish, English, German, Italian, and a bit of Russian.
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