We stopped for a couple Plushcaps (a quite range-restricted burgandy-colored finch with a yellow cap) but my pics were terrible. A couple other thicket dwellers started to pop out though, led off by Pale-naped Brushfinch.
There were a few Slaty Brushfinches too.
Fairly quickly canopy birds started appearing, led (as usual) by Spectacled Redstarts
They were followed by a lot of different small birds working the mid and upper levels: tyrannulets, treerunners, and a few different tanagers and warblers. Capped conebill is lumped in with the tanager tribe, but they act (and are shaped) far more like warblers.
Next is another tanager tribe member, a Black-cheeked Hemispingus (formerly Bush-tanager)
Superciliaried Hemispingus from 2 posts back.
Any decent flock has to have a woodcreeper or two, this is Montane Woodcreeper, the most common species of that elevation