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Illiniza Sur and Norte in Ecuador VS Similar Peaks in Peru and Bolivia?
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per.andersson


Aug 4, 2011, 12:42 PM
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Illiniza Sur and Norte in Ecuador VS Similar Peaks in Peru and Bolivia?
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Ill be spending a month in Peru (Cordillera Blanca in June) followed by three weeks in Ecuador (July) and a month in Bolivia (Cordillera Real in August). Apart from Cotopaxi and Chimborazo, Ive found two peaks Id like to climb in Ecuador: Illiniza Sur and Norte (around AD+). Ive read good things about them as Ecuadorian peaks, but fearing the relativism of guidebooks, Id like to hear if anyone here can compare them to similar peaks in Peru and Bolivia? Should I bother with the Illinizas, or are they only good peaks in the Ecuadorian context? Will I be better off spending an additional week in Peru or Bolivia instead? They do have an amazingly easy access but the weather is supposed to be a lot worse than in Peru and Bolivia. The peaks Im already planning on doing in Bolivia and Peru are Alpamayo, Quitaraju, Pisco, Cholpicalqui (Peru), Illampu, Illimani, Huyana Potosi, Condoriri, Pequeno Alpamayo (Bolivia) and the alternatives to the Illinizas would be something like Artesonraju, Piramide de Garcilaso, Huascaran Sur/Norte, Huandoy Norte (Peru) , Soral Oeste, Cololo (Bolivia).

Sorry for my poor Spanish....

/Per


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