The three haciendas where Tierra del Volcán operates all offer self-guided hikes, perfect for an independent adventure. With over 15 km. of signposted and/or self-guided paths covering a variety of routes within the properties, you can explore untouched, mesmerizing nooks and crannies of the Cotopaxi region. We offer different levels of difficulty and a mixture of dazzling landscapes. Ideal for acclimatization or just to get away from it all, our self-guided paths offer you a myriad of options: dense Andean woods, pristine páramos, rivers and waterfalls, viewpoints, conservation areas, birdwatching and wildlife.
Guided and self guided trails at Hacienda Santa Rita:
Sendero del Talata (1H30 aprox) Self Guided
Sendero de La Letra (3H00 aprox) Guided
Mirador Cóndor Machai (45 min. aprox) Guided
Guided and self guided trails at Hacienda El Porvenir:
Cascada Manto Blacno (1H00 aprox) Self Guided
Sendero al Mirador (2H30 aprox) Self guided
Sendero al Bosque de Conservación (3H00 aprox) Guided
Guided and self guided trails at Hacienda El Tambo:
Cascada Río Tambo (1H30 aprox) Guided
Sendero autoguiado Quebradilla (1H00 aprox) Self guided
Sendero de la Unión (3H30 aprox) Guided
First class descends, riding through exclusive trails designed by mountain bikers and engineers, biking through gravel and dirt roads, make this bike trip a fantastic journey through the heart of the Andes. You will be escorted by mountain biking guides and pampered by our traditional hospitality during the the whole trip.
A programme designed for mountain lovers. This is the ideal approach for climbers wanting to scale snow-capped peaks but first acclimatize to the altitude.
Cotopaxi National Park is one of the most visited natural areas in Ecuador due to its amazing scenery, proximity to Quito and status as a national icon.
Reportaje acerca de la travesía a la cumbre del Cotopaxi
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