Climbing and Hiking in Ecuador

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Bradt Publications, 1997 - Ecuador - 262 pages
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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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About the author (1997)

Rachowiecki was born near London and became an avid traveler while a teenager. He works part time in Peru and Ecuador as a leader for Wilderness Travel.

Mark Thurber is Assistant Director for Research at the Program on Energy and Sustainable Development (PESD) at Stanford University.

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