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Sangay Volcano as seen from Quilloloma, Inca Trail, Ecuador.
Sangay volcano (5,230 m/17,154 ft)as seen from Quilloloma, Inca Trail, Ecuador.

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PAROFESHmmm

PAROFES

Voted 10/10

What can you say to me about that volcano Boris? Is it climbable now?
I hear it's extremly active, but more than Tungurahua? (i think this one is erupting right now!)
Posted Dec 17, 2010 8:35 am

Boriss AndeanSangay..

Boriss Andean

Hasn't voted

Sangay is said to be one of the most continuosly active volcanoes in South America and the constant shower of red hot rocks and ash make all attempts difficult and risky.

There have been counted up to 267 explosions within one hour.

So, it always has been climbable, but at your own risk. Sangay is way much more active than Tungurahua.
Posted Dec 17, 2010 9:52 am

PAROFESRe: Sangay..

PAROFES

Voted 10/10

Damn it! :)
Well i guess i just have to wait and see...
Cheers!
Posted Dec 17, 2010 4:49 pm

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