Day three was the most difficult, with an ascent of over 1000m up to the Quilotoa crater. The terrain is tough but the views and the destination in the end are 100% worth it! We managed to beast the trek and made it to the crater in 3.5 hours, taking another 1.5 hours to get to the town of Quilotoa from there.
Day two was tougher than day one, but much better in terms of the views and terrain we dealt with. We set off before 9am, and managed to complete the hike to Chugchilan in 4 hours. This meant that we managed to avoid the afternoon rain (woo!!) and keep our stuff dry.