It is a pre-Columbian road that leads us to the damp moor, surrounded by rolling mountains up to the majestic complex of Ingapirca.
In this village you can find a wide variety of the traditional sweets of this region: alfajores, encocados and much more.
Even though crowning it its not for beginners, is easy to get to the refugee that is usually covered with snow.
One of the delights of this place is the encocado. Those who prepare it are friendly and smile a lot. Lots of people can teach you how to prepare this dish.
La Ronda neighbourhood, where people say Quito was born, its located in the Morales street. Besides the attractive of walking there, you can drink this typical appetizer.