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Our group of 15 first saw Chimborazo without clouds the morning we headed out from our hotel in Riobamba (Hosteria La Andaluza which is fabulous, by the way). It is a stunning mountain draped in its snowy mantle. We made our way to Refuge 1 and everyone was excited to climb to
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Brace yourself with the wind, the cold and the altitude. This hike is not for the faint of heart or if you are not used to altitude. Hydrate yourself, take time and take small steps. Bring ear covers, head covers, gloves and even poles. From the first refugio to the top is less
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The Chimborazo Ecological Reserve is located in a remote, sparsely populated part of the Central Sierra. The 220 square mile (354 sq km) reserve is made up of high alpine grasslands known as páramo. The reserves’ paramo is home to thousands of llamas, vicunas and alpacas.
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You can drive up to around 15,000 feet and start your climb there. Wear many layers and take your time as you will feel the altitude here. The base camp is around 16k, and the Condor lake another 900 ft above that. This is typically the highest you can climb before it gets
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The approach to Chimborazo is spectacular: rolling high slope vistas via moderately-trafficked paved highway with lots of graceful vicuña to marvel at and photograph. At the stone entrance gate, small tourist center and restrooms, the 8-kilometer curvy road to the first Refugio
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