Trek and Climb the Avenues of the Volcanoes in Ecuador 2022
Another new destination added, this year we will be offering an amazing opportunity to visit the stunning avenues of volcanoes in Ecuador. Come with us and climb these beautifully glaciated mountains and explore everything that they have to offer.
Running for 200 miles south of Quito between two parallel cordilleras, Ecuador’s “Avenue of the Volcanoes” contains seven peaks more than 17,000 feet high.
With a peak elevation of (6,263 metres) (20,548 ft), Chimborazo is the highest mountain in Ecuador. As Ecuador’s highest mountain, Chimborazo is a very popular climb and can be climbed year round with the best seasons being December–January and July–August.
Antisana is a stratovolcano of the northern Andes, in Ecuador. It is the fourth highest volcano in Ecuador, at (5,704 metres) (18,714 ft), and is located 50 kilometres (31 mi) SE of the capital city of Quito.
Antisana presents one of the most challenging technical climbs in the Ecuadorian Andes.
Mojanda is a complex of two volcanoes which were active simultaneously. The volcanic vents are only 3 km apart. The other volcano, which produced at least two Plinian Eruptions of its own, is known as Fuya Fuya (4263 metres). Fuya Fuya partially collapsed around 165,000 years ago, creating a large caldera to the west.
Pichincha is an active stratovolcano in the country of Ecuador, whose capital Quito wraps around its eastern slopes. The two highest peaks of the mountain are Wawa Pichincha (4,784 metres) (15,696 ft)) and Ruku Pichincha (4,698 metres) (15,413 ft).
|Day 1||TBD||Transfer In||2800||Casa del Sol (Quito)|
|Day 2||TBD||Fuya Fuya summit||4200||Casa del Sol (Quito)|
|Day 3||TBD||Rucu Pichincha summit||4784||Casa del Sol (Quito)|
|Day 4||TBD||Iliniza’s hut||4650||Iliniza’s hut|
|Day 5||TBD||Iliniza Norte summit||5126||Tambopaxi (Cotopaxi)|
|Day 6||TBD||Cotopaxi’s hut||4850||Cotopaxi hut|
|Day 7||TBD||Cotopaxi summit||5897||Casa del Sol (Quito)|
|Day 8||TBD||Rest day||2800||Casa del Sol (Quito)|
|Day 9||TBD||Antisana’s base camp||4600||Antisana’s base camp|
|Day 10||TBD||Antisana summit||5704||Hacienda Guachalá (Cayambe)|
|Day 11||TBD||Rest day||2800||Hacienda Guachalá (Cayambe)|
|Day 12||TBD||Cayambe’s hut||4650||Cayambe’s hut|
|Day 13||TBD||Cayambe summit||5790||Casa del Sol (Quito)|
|Day 14||TBD||Transfer out|
Cost (including return international flight) £2,900.00
A deposit of £650.00 will be required when booking and numbers will be limited to 10 people per trip.
What’s included in the package?
- IFMGA Bilingual, English/Spanish certified mountain guides
- Private transportation
- 3 star hotels, double room accommodation and huts
- Antisana’s Base Camp includes personal tents and dining tents
- Meals mentioned in program: Breakfast, boxed lunch/lunch, dinner
- Transportation, accommodation and meals for guides and driver
- Climbing permits and Teleferico ticket (Rucu Pichincha)
Whats not Included?:
- Travel Insurance
- Personal trekking gear like (sleeping bag, mattress, etc.)
- Drinks and meals other than whats provided
- Any extra day hikes, tours, hotel, etc.
- Tip to staff
- Personal expenses
What extra climbing gear you have to bring with you along with other kit will be provided on application:
For more information please do not hesitate to contact us….