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サンガイ国立公園(Sangay National Park)

El Refugio del Volcán at 3,830 meters (12,565 feet) above sea level, Climbing the Summit of the Active and Mighty Stratovolcano 'Tungurahua' ('Throat of Fire' volcano) at 5,023 meters (16,479 feet) above sea level, Baños, the Central Highlands, Ecuador.
El Refugio del Volcán at 3,830 meters (12,565 feet) above sea level, Climbing the Summit of the Active and Mighty Stratovolcano 'Tungurahua' ('Throat of Fire' volcano) at 5,023 meters (16,479 feet) above sea level, Baños, the Central Highlands, Ecuador.
El Refugio del Volcán at 3,830 meters (12,565 feet) above sea level, Climbing the Summit of the Active and Mighty Stratovolcano 'Tungurahua' ('Throat of Fire' volcano) at 5,023 meters (16,479 feet) above sea level, Baños, the Central Highlands, Ecuador.
The Arenal, the Descent from the Summit of the Active and Mighty Stratovolcano 'Tungurahua' ('Throat of Fire' volcano) at 5,023 meters (16,479 feet) above sea level, Baños, the Central Highlands, Ecuador.
The Descent from the Summit of the Active and Mighty Stratovolcano 'Tungurahua' ('Throat of Fire' volcano) at 5,023 meters (16,479 feet) above sea level, Baños, the Central Highlands, Ecuador.
The Waterfall of Bride's Veil (el Manto de la Novia), the Highway of the Waterfalls (la Ruta de las Cascadas), Baños de Agua Santa at 1,800 metros (5,905 ft) above sea level, the Central Highlands, Ecuador.
The Machay Waterfall (la Cascada de Machay) at 1,500 meters (4,921 ft) above sea level, the Highway of the Waterfalls (la Ruta de las Cascadas), Baños de Agua Santa, the Central Highlands, Ecuador.
The Summit of the Active and Mighty Stratovolcano 'Tungurahua' ('Throat of Fire' volcano) at 5,023 meters (16,479 feet) above sea level, Baños, the Central Highlands, Ecuador.
Princess' earring, Hostal Plantas y Blanco, Baños de Agua Santa at an elevation of 1,820 metres (5,971 feet) above sea level, the Central Highlands, Ecuador.
Climbing the Summit of the Active and Mighty Stratovolcano 'Tungurahua' ('Throat of Fire' volcano) at 5,023 meters (16,479 feet) above sea level, Baños, the Central Highlands, Ecuador.
El Refugio del Volcán at 3,830 meters (12,565 feet) above sea level, Climbing the Summit of the Active and Mighty Stratovolcano 'Tungurahua' ('Throat of Fire' volcano) at 5,023 meters (16,479 feet) above sea level, Baños, the Central Highlands, Ecuador.
La Cascada de Ulba, Baños de Agua Santa at an elevation of 1,820 meters (5,971 feet) above sea level, the Central Highlands, Ecuador.
Climbing to the Tungurahua Volcano Summit, 5,023 meters (16,480 ft)  above sea level, Baños, Ecuador.
The Descent from the Summit of the Active and Mighty Stratovolcano 'Tungurahua' ('Throat of Fire' volcano) at 5,023 meters (16,479 feet) above sea level, Baños, the Central Highlands, Ecuador.
La Casa del Árbol at 2,660 meters (8,727 feet) above sea level, Baños, the Central Highlands, Ecuador.
The Swing at the End of the World (lo Columpio del Fin del Mundo), la Casa del Árbol at 2,660 meters (8,727 feet) above sea level, Baños de Agua Santa, the Central Highlands, Ecuador.
The Swing at the End of the World (lo Columpio del Fin del Mundo), la Casa del Árbol at 2,660 meters (8,727 feet) above sea level, Baños de Agua Santa, the Central Highlands, Ecuador.
Climbing the Summit of the Active and Mighty Stratovolcano 'Tungurahua' ('Throat of Fire' volcano) at 5,023 meters (16,479 feet) above sea level, Baños, the Central Highlands, Ecuador.
The Crater, the Summit of the Active and Mighty Stratovolcano 'Tungurahua' ('Throat of Fire' volcano) at 5,023 meters (16,479 feet) above sea level, Baños, the Central Highlands, Ecuador.
The Summit of the Active and Mighty Stratovolcano 'Tungurahua' ('Throat of Fire' volcano) at 5,023 meters (16,479 feet) above sea level, Baños, the Central Highlands, Ecuador.
The Descent from the Summit of the Active and Mighty Stratovolcano 'Tungurahua' ('Throat of Fire' volcano) at 5,023 meters (16,479 feet) above sea level, Baños, the Central Highlands, Ecuador.

国名:ec Ecuador

登録年:1983年

登録基準:(vii),(viii),(ix),(x)
With its outstanding natural beauty and two active volcanoes, the park illustrates the entire spectrum of ecosystems, ranging from tropical rainforests to glaciers, with striking contrasts between the snowcapped peaks and the forests of the plains. Its isolation has encouraged the survival of indigenous species such as the mountain tapir and the Andean condor.

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