The Condor Trek was listed in the 2014 National Geographic Adventure Bucket List recommending us because our indigenous Kichwa guides, Chasky and Luis, are the best in the business.
The complete trek is a 5 day 4 night heavy-duty hike that begins in the Cayambe-Coca Reserve at Papallacta before heading into the Antisana Reserve until it reaches Cotopaxi National Park.
The highest altitude of the trek is 4,500m / 14,763ft (the base of Volcano Sincholagua) in Ecuador’s stunning paramo as it passes the Antisana and Cotopaxi mountains.The short 3 day 2 night trek which also starts at Papallacta ends in the Lagoona la Mica of Antisana Reserve and also has a high-altitude point of 4,500m / 14,763ft.
Chasky and Luis experience in the Condor Trek includes guiding a groups from TV channels. They have also provided logistics for many international teams of scientists and biologists as well as helped plan and guide the “reintroduction” of the Spectable Bear which was formerly extinct in the area.
Chasky and Luis are also certified naturalist and mountain guides and can provide a wealth of information about Ecuador and its beautiful flora and fauna.Price per Person:
– Transportation from Quito and back
– Camping Equipment including tents, sleeping bags, sleeping mats
– Hiking equipment: gumboots
– Experienced Mountain Guides
– Nutritious breakfast, box lunch, dinner and desert.
– Donkey and horses to carry equipment
* please tell us if you are a vegetarian.
Cotopaxi Acclimitization: the Condor Trek is used as a great acclimitization trek for the Cotopaxi Volcano. If you are interested in doing the Condor and Cotopaxi please email us for prices.
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