After a good nights rest in the city of Hacienda Guachala, Luke, Zack and Estalin departed toward the mystical cloud forests of the Imbabura Volcano region. The team had a wonderful day exploring this inactive stratovolcano in northern Ecuador and successfully navigated their way to the summit at 4,630 m (15,190 ft). Imbabura Volcano has not erupted for at least 14,000 years and provides explorers a beautiful landscape to acclimatize and view the fields of ash from thousands of years ago. Luke and Zack practiced their glacier skills yesterday on the base of Cayambe and prepared for the summit push today. Stay tuned!
Estalin continues to share beautiful photos of the team’s journey through Ecuador. Enjoy! 🙂
Luke is very happy upon reaching the summit of Imbabura Volcano!
Quick photo as the team begins the trek toward the summit!
Luke putting his rock climbing skills to use, don’t look down!
Zack traversing his way through the rock formations on Imbabura Volcano:
Luke smiles for the camera as he makes the last few steps to the summit!
Summit of Imbabura at 4,630 m (15,190 ft):