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Cotopaxi

The Cotopaxi or also known as "Cuello de Luna", is an active young stratovolcano in the form of a perfect cone with a crater at the top, from where glaciers descend on all sides, being the highest and active volcano of the Andes in the world, its last major eruption dates back to June 26, 1887.

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Cotopaxi

1 day

Altitude: 5897 m

Difficulty: Moderate/High

Program

Appointment with the guide at 7:00 in the morning for team review and trip planning. Departure from Quito at 7:15 with direction Cotopaxi National Park, visit the information center, walk around the lagoon of Limpiopungo and continue the route to the parking height of 4500 m (14,763 feet) there proceeds to the respective equipment and I start the walk (uphill) to the "JOSE RIVAS" refuge at 4864 m (15,958 ft.) resting place, minutes later we continue towards the volcanic glacier of 5000 m (66,404 ft.) Descent towards the parking lot.

FULL ITINERARY

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