I want to invite you to an amazing 19-day expedition! Join me and let’s climb up to 4 of the most popular snow-covered Ecuadorian volcanoes! We will reach the summit of Chimborazo (6310 m), Antisana (5758 m), Cayambe (5790 m) and Cotopaxi (5897 m).
I will take you first on some great acclimatization activities. We will explore colonial Quito on a city tour. Also, we will visit the Equatorial Line! Besides, we will go on acclimatization hikes to Imbabura (4630 m) and Fuya Fuya (4263 m).
So, when your body is ready, we will start the high altitude section of the program!
Cayambe will be our first climb in this great Ecuadorian volcanoes program. It’s one of the world’s highest active volcano. From its summit, we will be able to look inside the crater! Also, we will enjoy the great views of other snow-covered volcanoes.
Then we will visit the popular town of Baños. It has fantastic weather and it’s full of outdoor cafes and shops. Most important, after a tough ascent, we will be able to relax in its luxurious and natural thermal springs!
Then, after Cayambe and Cotopaxi, we will go for Chimborazo! It’s Ecuador’s tallest peak! Its sight is among the most impressive of the Andes. From the top we will enjoy amazing views. And if we climb it on a clear day we will even be able to look down into the Amazon jungle!
Our adventure will end with a fun ride on the Nariz del Diablo train (Devil’s Nose), where we will enjoy some beautiful scenery!
Please consider that we will need ice-climbing equipment for Chimborazo and Cotopaxi. Also note that rental equipment is included in the package.
And, most important, you will need to be in excellent physical condition! Climbs are not technically difficult, but ice conditions can make them really challenging sometimes.
So, are you in for this great adventure to the Ecuadorian volcanoes? Contact me and let’s start planning your trip! I will be happy to answer any questions you may have. I also offer an amazing 15-day skiing trip around Cayambe, Cotopaxi and Chimborazo. Check it out!
Price per person
- Guiding fee
Skill level required
Fitness level required
Contact me for information about the price and equipment.
Please note that avalanches are common during the day in all snow covered peaks in Ecuador. This is due to a more straight angle of the sunlight, typical of areas close to the Equatorial Line. So, as a safety measure, we will climb at night. This way, we will get to the summit by 7.00 am, returning to base camp before the snow pack becomes too soft and warm.
Every effort will be made to adhere to the itinerary, but unforeseen circumstances may require last minute changes. Weather conditions, road conditions, vehicle breakdowns and the health of climbers can all contribute to schedule alterations. Please be prepared to be flexible when necessary.