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Cotopaxi volcano climb (Ecuador: 5.902 m/ 19.363ft)

 
Cotopaxi volcano climb (Ecuador: 5.902 m/ 19.363ft)

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Object Title: Cotopaxi volcano climb (Ecuador: 5.902 m/ 19.363ft)

Image Type(s): Ice Climbing, Alpine Climbing, Hiking, Scenery, Panorama

 

Page By: PAROFES

Created/Edited: Feb 15, 2011 / Jun 18, 2012

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My third time at Cotopaxi, third attempt in just 12 days, this time the weather finaly let me do my job.

Solo ascent, perfect weather.
Enjoy!



The videos; View from my camping spot.................Mess inside my tent.............................Summit video...............................360 view of the parking lot.

Images


The old Cotopaxi crux

The old Cotopaxi crux

The andean wild fox of Cotopaxi

The andean wild fox of Cotopaxi

Closer look into Cotopaxi crater!

Closer look into Cotopaxi crater!

My camp on Cotopaxi

My camp on Cotopaxi

Cotopaxi crater panorama

Cotopaxi crater panorama

Cotopaxi crater panorama (with Chimborazo)

Cotopaxi crater panorama (with Chimborazo)

We gotta chill some time ah?

We gotta chill some time ah?

Sincholagua and Cayambe from Cotopaxi

Sincholagua and Cayambe from Cotopaxi

Cotopaxi summit dome panorama

Cotopaxi summit dome panorama

The "Z factor" on the mountain ridges...

The "Z factor" on the mountain ridges...

Wild andean fox on Cotopaxi

Wild andean fox on Cotopaxi

My tent and Cotopaxi\'s summit on the far back.

My tent and Cotopaxi's summit on the far back.

The Cotopaxi world...

The Cotopaxi world...

Parofito on Cotopaxi

Parofito on Cotopaxi

His (or her) majesty, Cotopaxi

His (or her) majesty, Cotopaxi


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SenadRWel...

SenadR

Voted 10/10

How high is Cotopaxi, 5897m or 5902m?
Posted Feb 19, 2011 1:57 pm

PAROFESRe: Wel...

PAROFES

Hasn't voted

Well, I always use the altitude I measure myself in the mountains hehehe
It's possible considering the amount of snow in Ecuador in jan 2011...insane!
Cheers
Posted Feb 19, 2011 3:16 pm

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