The present work proposes the use of the statistical method of frequency ratio (RF) and the hierarchical analytical process (AHP) to obtain zoning maps of the landslide processes, determining the susceptible areas in the territory of the Cayambe canton located in the province of Pichincha in Ecuador. Statistical methods use sample data based on the relationship between landslides and causal factors, evaluating the combination of these data objectively. As results, it was identified that the analysis of the landslide indices according to the FR method and the AHP method, shows that the inclination of the slope and the exposure are the important factors in the analysis of the susceptibility of the territory. However, a separate analysis shows that, for the FR method, the stratigraphic genetic complex factor is the most relevant, while for the AHP method, the most important factor is the steepness of the slope. On the other hand, the analysis of the distribution of landslides by parish shows that rural parishes present a greater number of landslide processes. In this way, it is highlighted that the Cangahua rural parish has 42% of the total landslides identified in the canton. Followed by the parishes Santa Rosa de Cusubamba and San José de Ayora, together with 29% of the landslides.