ECUADOR SANGAY TREK & NATIONALPARK – 8 DAYS

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Ecuador Sangay Trek Riobamba City Sangay National Park and mountain History – 8 days
Ecuador Sangay Trek Riobamba City Sangay National Park and mountain History – 8 days
Ecuador Sangay Trek Riobamba City Sangay National Park and mountain History – 8 days
Ecuador Sangay Trek Riobamba City Sangay National Park and mountain History – 8 days
Ecuador Sangay Trek Riobamba City Sangay National Park and mountain History – 8 days
Ecuador Sangay Trek Riobamba City Sangay National Park and mountain History – 8 days
Ecuador Sangay Trek Riobamba City Sangay National Park and mountain History – 8 days
Ecuador Sangay Trek Riobamba City Sangay National Park and mountain History – 8 days
Ecuador Sangay Trek Riobamba City Sangay National Park and mountain History – 8 days

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» Ecuador Sangay Trek, Riobamba City, Sangay National Park and Mountain History – 8 days

Sangay trek is a beautiful wild area with excellent opportunities for trekking and climbing.

Sangay National Park was created in 1979. It had initially 270.000 hectares with such biological richness, that UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site in 1992. Finally the Ecuadorian Government expanded the Park to the South and the Park has today 517,725 hectares. Now we have in Ecuador central Sierra the largest Park, which includes three provinces, Chimborazo, Tungurahua and Morona Santiago. This last province connects to the Amazon area. This park offers Flora and Fauna from the lowland rainforest to alpine tundra, not surprisingly it is home of a staggering diversity of flora and fauna. The park range encloses 10 different life zones, cold weather 4,400 meters, warm weather from 3,000 to 2000 meters (or microclimates) Hot after 1900,00 meters. Because of all this variation, it is possible to look at different species of flowers and animals like jaguars, monkeys etc. In addition to this, there are approximately 500 bird species, and in the highest parts of the park you can find bears, tapirs and stags.

Climbing the Fiery Mountain: Do you want to experience an incredible adventure through the gorgeous Andean highlands? Then this is the correct trip for you. The fiery mountain is located in a very remote area. Climbing Sangay is in many ways difficult and dangerous. The ongoing outbreaks of red hot rock and ash can make the ascent of the mountain a dangerous undertaking. The volcano situation changes from hour to hour and from year to year. The way up is not technically difficult, but of course, the ongoing explosions represent a danger and a risk. During the last years we have been able to climb and make it to the summit, and we hope, that we continue with this successful climb. But the nature is very fantastic, long valleys, Andean forest, great paramo. Also you have contact in this trek with the local Andean people, who live in this area and who work with us, too. The people who live here help to conserve the area of Sangay. Between E.A.I. and you, we help and give support to this indigenous community.

» Sangay trek itinerary!

 

iconoDay 1: Quito from Casa Gardenia, Riobamba Guargualla.

We leave from Quito at 8:00 AM driving through the Pan-American high way, South from Quito. We pass Riobamba City, lunch in the way, arrival at the Guargualla Chico villages, where we will start the Sangay trek. Arrival at this village around 4:00 PM. Camping, rest, dinner & sleep. Camp. (B/BL/D)


iconoDay 2: Guargualla Chico – Escaleras.

Breakfast at 8:00 AM. Afterwards we begin the trek inside the remote area of this beautiful nature. Our next Camp is Rincón Escaleras. Camp.


iconoDay 03: Rincón Escaleras – Plazapamba.

Breakfast at 8:00 AM. We continue our trek this day to arrive at the nice Valley Plazapamba. Our next camp in Plazapamba. Camp. (B/BL/D)


iconoDay 4: Plazapamba – Playas.

Breakfast at 8:00 AM. We move this day in our trek to Playas, where we have our next camp. Camp. (B/BL/D)


iconoDay 5: Playas – Sangay Summit at 5230m. (The fiery Mountain) – Playas.

We wake up this day early in the morning at 4:00 AM. After breakfast we start our trek and after one hour we will reach a rock lava. We reach the "window" (window) on 4180m. We continue the hike in the steep volcanic rock and make the way up to the top. 6 or 7 hours to reach the summit. Some photos, rest and then go back comfortably to our camp in Playas. Camp. (B/BL/D)


iconoDay 6: – Playas way out of Plazapamba.

After breakfast we leave Sangay Volcano base and hiking out for the same route we was coming Into the area. Camp. (B/BL/D)


iconoDay 7: – Plazapamba – Rincón Escaleras.

Breakfast and continue way out along the same route. R.E. Camp. Camp. (B/BL/D)


iconoDay 8: – Rincón Escaleras – Guargualla Chico – Our car will be waiting here.

After long days hiking we will drive to the civilization again, arriving in Riobamba Hotel in the afternoon or continue drive to Quito arriving at night. Around 6 or 7 pm. (B/BL)


The price includes:
  • Bilingual certified trekking and mountain guide. (ASEGUIM MEMBER)
  • Private transportation 4x4WD vehicles.
  • Al meals while on the Trekking campo and tents. (Special diet, we can do)
  • Sleeping tents. Cooking tents, all necessarily to cook.
  • Mules to caring the baggages and food.
  • Rope and techniques climbing gear.
  • Entrance fee for the national Parks and community fee.
Do not included:
  • Insurance.
  • Trekking gear.
  • Tips.

What to bring for the trek?

  • Comfortable and Thermal Items: 2 full molted
  • 1 pair of comfortable shoes for camp
  • Comfortable trekking shoes
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Grooming kit: toothbrush, toothpaste, soap and towel
  • Plastic bags of garbage extras
  • Comfortable backpack to carry personal thinks for trekking day
  • Comfortable and thermal clothing for the walk
  • Windbreaker, pants or gore-Tex to.
  • Thermal Gloves
  • Hat, sunscreen and sunglasses
  • Headlamp
  • Bottle to refill drinks (recommended 1 ½ lt)
  • Camera protected against water
  • Trekking poles (optional)
  • Luggage stay in the car:
  • A doffing parts for the return trip
  • Pair outer socks, long underwear,
  • Worm jacket, worm pants, Gore-Tex pants or bib.

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