Not a whisper of such names as Chimborazo and Cotopaxi had reached Europe.
Chimborazo was long supposed to be the most lofty mountain on the globe.
This is Chimborazo,—yet not the whole of it,—you see but a third of the great giant.
The highest peak of the Andes (Chimborazo) is more than 21,000 feet above the sea.
It can dart in an instant from the dome of Chimborazo to the sultry coast of the Pacific.
On Chimborazo we never roped one another to cross crevasses.
But this Chimborazo of prima facie evidence becomes a mere mole-hill in the hands of your valiant Baconizer.
Draba aretoides has been found on Chimborazo at 16,000 feet.
Ice is frequently brought from Chimborazo, and sold for $1 per pound.
There is something very suggestive in this silence of Chimborazo.