Climbing and hiking in Ecuador
Bradt, Dec 1, 1997 - Sports & Recreation - 278 pages
Still the only one of its kind, this guide has been carefully updated by authors who have climbed or walked all the mountains and trails featured. The striking natural history of Ecuador makes it an attractive destination for climbers and hikers of all abilities. This tiny but varied country offers high-altitude ascents as well as gentle hikes through national parks and along Inca trails. Includes all new maps and previously unknown jungle walks and high-altitude treks.
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Chapter One General Information
Chapter Two Preparations
Chapter Three In Ecuador
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Access altitude Ambato Andean Angamarca Antisana ascent Atacazo Atillo bike bridge buses camp Carihuairazo Cayambe Cerro Chimborazo Chugchilan climb climbers cloudforest continue Cordillera Cotacachi Cotopaxi crater crevasse cross Cuenca descend dirt road east Ecuador Ecuadorian Edward Whymper follow forest glacier grassy Guagua Hacienda head highlands hike hikers hill IGM map Inca indigenous INEFAN Ingapirca jungle Laguna lake Latacunga located Loma lowland Machachi Mindo mountain Negra Nono northeast northwest Otavalo Oyacachi Pan-American Highway Papallacta paramo park Parque Nacional pass peaks Pichincha Piedra Negra Plaza Quebrada Quito rainforest reach refuge Reserva Ecol6gica reserve ridge Riobamba river rock rocky route Rucu Sangay side Sigchos Sincholagua slopes snow stay steep stream Sumaco summit take a bus Tambo town track trail traverse trip Tungurahua turn-off valley vegetation views village volcano walk Whymper Zumbahua