Day 7: The ride resumes by circling the active Tungarahua volcano on a dirt road and then climbing to 14,500 feet into the Chimborazo
National Wildlife Refuge and around the Chimborazo
Volcano, the highest landmass in the world.
pseudopunctipennis larvae (the highland malaria vector) in the Chiripungo Valley, near Alausi, Chimborazo
(altitude <2,400 m) (17).
Analisis de algunos conflictos pot el agua en Chimborazo
, Ecuador, WALIR--Interjuntas (Quito, Ecuador: Abya Yala, 2006).
The city GP said: "Because it is on the equator, the summit of Chimborazo
is nearer to the moon than higher mountains in other parts of the world.
Nigel Bloom's fall with Chimborazo
at the tenth left him with badly bruised ribs; sadly the horse, running loose, was injured and had to be put down.
In Richmond, Virginia's Chimborazo
Hospital, male administrators used the clock to regiment sleep patterns and meal times.
5) Imbabura z Cotopaxi s Tungurahua c Chimborazo
x Saraguro [1.
37) In a more individual effort, Phoebe Yates Pember spent much of the war as matron of Chimborazo
Hospital in Richmond.
He scaled Ecuador's highest peak - the 20,702ft volcano Chimborazo
This ramshackle rail line from Riobamba to Guayaquil passes through a corridor lined by dozens of towering, snow-covered volcanoes, including 20,823-foot Chimborazo
, once thought to be the highest mountain in the world.
Mexico, World premiere), The Journey Back (Peter Elsass, Denmark/Columbia), The Icemen of Chimborazo
(Gustavo and Igor Guayasamin, Ecuador), Act of War: The Overthrow of the Hawaiian Nation (Puhipau and Joan Lander, U.
The park's visitor center occupies the site of Chimborazo
Hospital, one of the largest built in the South during the war.