Mount Chimborazo is located in the central Andes of Ecuador, Chimborazo Province, an hours drive from Ecuador’s trekking and climbing capital of Riobamba. This is the tallest peak in Ecuador, and clients must prepare for high-altitude and good physical challenge, thus acclimatizing for Chimborazo is highly recommended.
Mount Chimborazo is a dormant volcano located in the Ecuadorian Andes, and is the highest peak in Ecuador with an elevation of 6,268 meters (20,564 feet) above sea level. Climbing Chimborazo is a challenging endeavor and requires a high level of physical fitness, technical climbing skills, and experience with high-altitude mountaineering. The climb involves navigating glaciers, crevasses, and steep ice walls, and typically takes two to three days to complete. Despite its difficulty, the stunning views from the summit and the sense of accomplishment make the climb a truly unforgettable experience.
1 pm transfer to Carrell Refuge, where we unload all gear and equipment, Dinner is served at 5 pm and then Rest for the night.
10 pm the group starts the climb to the summit