Decent page. But could still use some work. Needs a little more information. Try and make the page more complete. Cheers William
Enjoyable read. I remember pondering a climb of Sangay while in Ecuador last January.
Who knows, you may decide to go there one day ;-)
just a matter of "under construction" sign missing...
A good page!! Sounds a little hair raising with all of the volcanic activity though.
! Gracias Señor !
Interesting page. Chris Bonington's book "The Next Horizon" has descriptions of climbing Sangay from the west and from the east which you may find interesting.
Thanks for your input and your vote ! I plan to look for Sir Bonington's book in our local libraries. I believe it would still be very pertinent as far as approach from est. There's still lot's to add about this volcano…
Good and interesting page now.
I didn't know there was such a thing as "Ecuador's Big Ten". That sounds like an interesting project.
Tack Janne !
I deleted the useless stuff.
I found trekking poles to be so important for the climb and the approaching trail.
Note that from guargualla (this is how it is spelled) it is 100km round trip if you summit. I recomend fausto tenemaza flores (certified mountain guide from guargualla who lives in quito) and juan arsenio tenemaza.
Rubber boots is a must!
Good info in here...
Do you happen to have a gps file of the alao route to plazapamba? I dream of crossing from altar to sangay...