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These subtropical montane rain forests used to cloak much of the steep western slopes of the Andes between 1,000 and 2,500 meters, but are now classified as threatened.The hacienda is extremely fortunate to have an area of unspoilt primary forest nearby.You'll drop your luggage in your en-suite bedroom which has a truly spectacular view. Return to the hacienda for a late lunch and a rest.Then ride in the arena to get acquainted with the horses and tack that you will be using over the next few days. After a short session in the 'round' and then the paddock, we ride out from the farm and ascend the local peak La Viudita ("The Widow", 3760 metres above sea level), from which you can enjoy fine views of the "Avenue of the Volcanoes". In the afternoon you are free to join any non-riding companions.These luxuriant forests rank among some of the most bio-diverse habitats on the planet, with an astonishingly profusion of plant life, including orchids, epiphytes ("air plants"), tree ferns, bamboo, wax palms, podocarpus and aliso.Bird-watching is popular, with hummingbirds, nightjars, and other exotic species present in the forest (Ecuador boasts more bird species than any other country).

After just a few hours of tuition beginners will be riding out along the lanes and up the beautiful local mountains above the cloud line.

Non riders are well catered for with trips to local markets, the Cotopaxi National Park, rose plantations, hikes directly from the hacienda etc.

You can help to milk the cattle, meet the llamas and alpacas or watch the chagras (ecuador's cowboys) roping bulls.

The pace on these mini trails is that of the least experienced rider.

Below are some samples of the itineraries, these are only an indication and are flexible.

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