PIÑAN

Moderate/High Level

4535 m

3 days, 2 nights

Located in the heart of the Cotacachi Cayapas Ecological Reserve surrounded by beautiful
lagoons that are born thanks to the glaciers (Donoso and Yanacocha). Wewill encounter a
forest with vegetation typical of the moors and animals of the area. It is important to emphasize that this route is part of the Chocó Biological Region of South America recognized for having endangered flora and fauna.

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CHIMBORAZO

Moderate Level

6268 m

4 days, 3 nights

Designed for trail lovers. This trek got known thanks to the scientist Von Humboldt and his studies in what is now known as the Chimborazo Wildlife Reserve. Chimborazo summit is the world’s closest place to the sun, therefore it is a long and physical demanding route. You will be able to observe vicuñas and alpacas in its natural habitat.

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ISINLIVI / CHUGCHILAN / QUILOTOA

Moderate Level

3814 m

3 days, 2 nights

This route unites different indigenous communities, the landscapes to observe are those typical to the central Andes of the country. Crossing its canyons makes this program a unique experience, it will captivate you: its valleys, its agriculture and crops typical for the region and the friendliness of its inhabitants. We pass small towns lost in the vastness of the moor. Without a doubt this three-day journey is ideal for those who enjoy hiking.

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CONDOR TREK

Moderate Level

5710 m

4 days, 3 nights

This mountain trail is included in the Ultimate Adventure Bucket List of National Geographic. This circuit offers a view of the Cotopaxi, Antizana and Sincholagua Volcano. During the five-day journey we will cross rivers, grasslands and lagoons with temperatures typical for the Andean moors. During the trek one might observe the flight of the largest scavenger bird in the world, the Andean Condor. During this program we will camp and at the end there will be time to enjoy the thermal waters of volcanic origin.

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PAPALLACTA

Moderate Level

3574 m

1 day

This circuit passes one of the most important lake systems in Ecuador, it is located one hour from Quito. It is known as the trail of the spectacled bear, white-tailed deer and condors since that is where their habitat lies. We will find a variety of microclimates from a cold and dry forest to a humid tropical forest belonging to the Amazon.

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