Mountain trekking

Route: Lloa - Mindo
• Duration of the Trail: 3 days
• Level: high
• Maximum Height: 2,300 meters
• Minimum Height: 1,300 meters   
This beautiful three-day walk begins at the Sulphur River to 2,300 meters at the foot of the Guagua Pichincha volcano in the area of Lloa, where desciendes trails between forests, valleys and rivers across ecosystems rich in flora and fauna to get to Mindo the 1,300 meters.
Route: Valley of Collanes
• Duration of the Trail: 3 days
• Level: high
• Maximum Height: 4,500 meters
• Minimum Height: 3,600 meters
Closer to the base of the Altar, the most beautiful mountain in Ecuador is a unique experience. Camp in the valley at the foot of Collanes its majestic presence and the next day will visit the lagoon yellow product of the melting of glaciers.
Route: The Altar
• Duration of the Trail: 3 days
• Level: high
• Maximum Height: 4,670 meters
• Minimum Height: 3,600 meters
No doubt this is one of the routes most scenic beauty of the Chimborazo province. Ascend the western moors south of the Altar to the Italian camp at 4,670 meters above sea level where you can see several gaps and reach the edge to admire Valley Collanes.

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