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a mountain peak in the Andes in Ecuador (20,560 feet high)

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Riders will travel through cloud forests, rainforests, arid forests, pampas, and high-altitude desert on roads ranging from 1,500-feet to 14,500-feet in altitude and even on the slopes of the Chimborazo volcano, the highest landmass in the world and highest peak in Ecuador.
Like the Eperaras, the Saraguro de San Lucas people in Loja province on Ecuador's southern border and the Puruha de Cebadas people in Chimborazo province in the central highlands have configured justice systems determining procedures and competent authorities.
The railway was constructed on a route that began in Guayaquil (at sea level), passed through Milagro, and followed the valley bottom up toward Huigra, in Chimborazo (altitude 1,250 m).
Many of the highest peaks in the northern Andes are volcanoes, including the highest mountain in the region, Chimborazo volcano (6,310 m), in central Ecuador.
In 1964 Halligan's superior summoned him from his work with the indigenous poor in Chimborazo province, south of Quito.
In addition to photographs of sites including Mounts Kenya and Kilimanjaro in Africa, Chimborazo and Cotopaxi in the Ecuadorian Andes, and peaks in New Guinea, this chronology of glacial recession includes topographical maps, charts and notes from as early as the late 1800s.
If you're looking for the point furthest from the centre of the Earth, Mount Chimborazo in Ecuador is the winner.
WHEN did climber Edward Whymper first ascend the volcano Chimborazo in Ecuador?
found it possible to ascend Chimborazo with Humboldt lying on a sofa, or
Some observers estimated that as much as 40 percent of Chimborazo Province was evangelical or Pentecostal.
Southern Baptists, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons), Jehovah's Witnesses, Presbyterians, and Pentecostals successfully find converts in different regions, particularly among indigenous people in the Sierra provinces of Chimborazo, Bolivar, Cotopaxi, Imbabura, and Pichincha, especially among persons who practiced syncretic religions, as well as in groups marginalized by society.
And if you climb to the top of the highest equatorial mountain, Chimborazo volcano in the Ecuadorian Andes, you truly will be standing on the top of the world.
Medardo Tapia, Escuela Superior Politecnico de Chimborazo (Ecuador), where a voucher specimen was deposited.
Dr Senarath Bogahalanda, aged 54 of Walsgrave, flies to Ecuador with a party of seven friends tomorrow to climb Cotopaxi at just under 6,000m and then tackle 6,290m Chimborazo.