Touch New Heights in a Full-Thrill Chimborazo Climbing Expedition in Ecuador A team of scientists in France discover that Ecuador’s 20,564-foot volcano Chimborazo is officially the highest point on Earth. Research proved that due to difference in the planet’s diameter, Chimborazo is technically farther away from earth’s core than Mount Everest, which was previously heralded as the world’s highest point. Chimborazo climbing in Ecuador is equally fun and full of thrill as climbing Mount Everest. It is one of the most appealing mountains for experience climbing expenditure in Ecuador.
Some Basic Facts about Chimborazo Chimborazo is an extinct volcano located in the Western Cordillera, 150 km (95 miles) southwest of Quito. For this climb you need ice- climbing equipment, excellent physical condition and lots of stamina. Climbers must also acclimatize their bodies to the high altitude conditions before attempting to summit Chimborazo. Chimborazo climbing in Ecuador is challenging and full of thrill and a great height to conquer.
Explore the Beauty while Climbing The sight of Chimborazo, the tallest peak in Ecuador, is among the most impressive in all of the Andes. Since the Earth bulges near the equator, this snowcapped giant is not only the highest mountain in Ecuador, but also the highest in the world if measured from the core of the Earth outward to the peak. Chimborazo climbing in Ecuador gives climbers an aesthetic feeling of natural beauty and helps to observe and experience the vast and astonishing creation of nature.
If you are looking for a partner to help you in Chimborazo climbing in Ecuador, so that you could start and end your journey smoothly and without much hazel, Sierra Nevada Expeditions, would help you the best to submit in Chimborazo. Its experienced crew members serve you best while climbing this mighty highland and provide you with every necessary detail for a safety climb.
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