The Guagua Pichincha is the most active volcano of the Ecuadorian Western Andes, this accompanies the massif of the Pichincha's that are a set of hills and volcanoes of Ecuador its name comes from the derivative Quechua, it is important to emphasize it is a volcano with more years of existence. It is worth mentioning that this volcano erupted 1660 and years later was affected by an earthquake
Altitude: 4776 m
Departure from Quito at 6:00 in the morning towards the town of LLOA connection to the parking lot at 3900 m (12,795 ft.) where we walk to the volcano Refuge at 4550 m (14,928 feet) and then make the ascent to the summit of the volcano BUS PICHINCHA to 4776 m (15,669) depending on weather conditions. After the activity of ascent return to the shelter time of rest, feeding and hydration, then we begin the return to Quito or place of destination.