Iron Chagras

Just west of Cotopaxi volcano and north of Quilindaña is the strategic location where the hundred year old hacienda was built. . Originally built by the Incas, this farm has lived multiple life times, it has seen many volcanic eruptions and survived.Time passed all around the hacienda but somehow this place feels untouched, unmarked by the human hand, a place where you feel small and

Iron Chagras2021-01-05T13:42:33-05:00


Todo empieza en un hostal en Huaraz, donde hacemos la última revisión de nuestros equipos. Al terminar, bajamos y nos subimos a un taxi que nos lleva hasta la población de Huaypan a 1:30h de Huaraz. El ascenso al refugio se lo hace normalmente por Musho pero en esta ocasión debemos hacer la entrada por otro lado ya que la comunidad de Musho cerró



If I ask you to close your eyes and think of water, ¿What's the first thing that comes to your mind, the ocean, a hot shower or maybe beautiful rain? How about páramos ?  Probably you would never think of paramos but for us Ecuadoreans the biggest amount of water that supplies major cities comes from the ecosystem that lives inside our mountains. It represents


Para esto se vive

Ilike to think that passion is an important part of life. It's what drives you through thick and thin, it's what gives you a sense of being alive in this place and moment on this corner of earth. The all seeing journey started when I was 17 and went to the United States to live in Durango Colorado. Before I left, my father gave me

Para esto se vive2021-01-12T16:40:24-05:00
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