However, loads of fresh snow changed our plans and we didn't even travel to Chimborazo. Instead, we had a few easy hiking days up north, so why rest now? Let's go to Corazón!
Occasionally, we needed our hands, but no real climbing was involved. After just over an hour and a half, we reached what appeared to be the summit - there was a cairn, not real big, but bigger than all the ones before.
As we sat down, I looked south along the ridge, and thought that I saw a slightly higher point. We walked along the ridge a few minutes more, crossing two more potential highest summits, before we reached a larger cairn on the next one. After that, the trail descended. My altimeter was not accurate enough to tell which of the four potential summits was the highest, but I think it was the third one, counting from the north.
The clouds had moved in on us just before reaching the summit - no more pictures on the hike down.