Departures: 08:00 AM and 11:00 AM – From Tuesday to Sunday and holidays Duration: 2,5 hours The biggest complication faced by the construction of the Trans-Andean railroad was the Devil’s Nose, a mountain with almost perpendicular walls. To overcome this obstacle a zigzag railroad was built that climbs more than 500 meters in less than 12 km with steep ascents and descents. It today remains an impressive piece of engineering. While recovering from the mind-blowing descent you will enjoy the views of the narrow gorge of river Chanchán and will have the chance to learn a bit about the traditions and worldview of the Puruhuas in Sibambe. Active 15% Culture 50% Nature 70% Relax 80% ItineraryIncludedWhat to bringPriceAs it is not possible anymore to ride the train on the roof of the train, you will board the one of the train’s carriages in Alausí. The huge Chanchan canyon is the starting point from which the train descends to the Pacific Coast. Through a zigzag dug in almost perpendicular walls on the famous Devil’s Nose, you will descend from 2,347 to 1,836 meters within minutes. You will make a panoramic Stop at Nariz del Diablo’s viewpoint for photographs before arriving at Sibambe train station. Here you will be welcomed with a folk dance presentation and you will have the time to visit a small interpretation center with a historical overview of this impressive construction. Afterwards you will return to Alausí. Included: Bilingual guide Visit to small interpretation center Folk dance performance Not included: Tips Personal expenses For this tour we recommend to bring the following: Passport Sunscreen & sunglasses Windproof jacket Layered clothing Comfortable shoes Water & snacks USD $32 p.p.