The Cayambe Coca National Park is an attractive national park in Ecuador; Its highest mountain is the Cayambe Volcano (5790m), through which the equator passes. Visitors easily fall in love with these enchanted lands, because of the beauty of Cayambe, but also because of its capricious geography and the variety of natural attractions it can offer. Hiking on one of these trails often means facing a very harsh climate, full of humidity, and a diverse wildlife, being the spectacled bear the king of the park. The park is so hydrophilic that lagoons and water sources abound, which have allowed the supply of vital liquid to the city of Quito and some other towns and cities in the northern mountains. The park is home to 100 species of endemic plants, 200 species of mammals, 900 birds, 140 reptiles and 116 amphibians distributed in all their ecosystems.
|Info||Cayambe Coca National Park|
|Elevation||600 – 5790m|
|Facilities||Ruales Oleas Refuge, Water and Life High Zone, Bear Trail, Miraculous Waterfall, San Rafael Waterfall Zone|
|Activities||Mountaineering, hiking, cycling, photography, camping, climbing|