Everybody has a goal or just wants to do something without an apparet reason. The last few days of our trip in the Patagonia, we[…]
On december 27th I left Quito, I flew to Santiago de Chile, then took a 6 hour bus ride to Mendoza (Argentina), a beautiful city (considered the cleanest in the country).
Ecuadorian Climbers make history: The first Latin American Woman and The Youngest Climber Ever to complete Aconcagua’s Southern Face.
Carla Perez (26) has become the first Latin American woman to summit Aconcagua via the Southern face. Carla climbed with Esteban Mena (19) who is the youngest climber in history to reach the summit of Aconcagua via the Southern face . Congratulations!
[singlepic id=151 w=420 h=340 mode=web20 float=left] UPANO: Morona Santiago Province, Sucua is the nearest town. Clase IV, IV+ The Upano is a dream come true.[…]
[singlepic id=147 w=320 h=240 mode=web20 float=right]Here are some facts you should know to help you prepare before visiting the Cotopaxi volcano and the refuge: Entrance[…]
Barefoot Expeditions has helped us connect to our guests and the adventure travel community at large. It has helped us work through the challenges (and retributions)[…]
Since I was little, because my grandmother lived in Ibarra for a long period of time, I learned a quite a bit about where the[…]
I had heard about the pilgrimage to “El Quinche”, I read that it is a traditional event that happens every year around November 21st for the past 420 years. Every year about half million people walk to El Quinche, a town located in the north-eastern side of Quito from four different points (Pifo, Sangolqui, Calderón and Cayambe). They walk around 5-8 hours.
Papallacta: Health, Recreation, Adventure and Rest Papallacta is one of the places we offer a lot in our tours. Here we will give a traveler’s[…]
[singlepic id=148 w=320 h=240 mode=web20 float=left]A couple of weeks ago, Jose and I took some friends to the summit of Cotopaxi. It was their first[…]