aconcaguamountain

26
Feb

DAY 15 – DAY OF THE SUMMIT:

After several days of effort and tenacity, the group got up enthusiastically, early in the morning. The climbers had breakfast and started the ascent to the highest peak in America, Cerro Aconcagua! Congratulations to all those who came to the summit and for those who did not, but gave everything in the intention, congratulations too! Now the group is back

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25
Feb

DAY 14 – COLERA CAMP:

After breakfast, the group moves to Campamento Cólera. Once they arrived at the camp, they had lunch and fixed their tents. Now everyone remains in good physical condition and resting. The weather is very cold, sunny and windy at 25 km / h.

24
Feb

DAY 13 – TREK TO COLERA CAMP:

The group went to camp 3 Colera today, which is the last altitude camp before the summit. Although it is a short walk (in terms of time) the group needed all its strength due to the characteristics of this part of the route. They carry the necessary food and equipment to be used during the following days. They had lunch

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23
Feb

DAY 12 – CONDOR NIDO CAMP – REST DAY:

The group had a rest day at the Nido de Condores camp today. All members are well and share a great spirit. The group can take photos, hydrate, appreciate the place and recover energy to continue, up, tomorrow. The weather is very cold, with a wind of 30 km / h and partly cloudy.

22
Feb

DAY 11 – CAMP 1 “CANADA” / CAMP 2 “NIDO DE CÓNDORES” (5,250m):

Today they moved from Camp Canada to Camp 2 “Nido de Cóndores” where they spent the next three nights to rest and acclimatize. On this day, each climber was responsible for bringing personal equipment only. Our team of porters carries expedition equipment, food and tents to sleep. After arriving at Nido de Cóndores, they installed tents with the guides and

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21
Feb

DAY 10 – PLAZA CANADA CAMP:

After a day of rest at the base camp, the group got up early, had breakfast and began their ascent to Camp 1 of Canada. There they had lunch, they fixed the stores and then they enjoyed the rest of the day. All are in good physical condition and the spirit of the group is excellent. The weather is sunny,

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20
Feb

DAY 09 – PLAZA DE MULAS CAMP – DAY OF REST:

On this day, the group has the opportunity to rest and enjoy the comforts of the base camp (showers, food created by the chef of that place, etc.). The group needs to be strong for the next days that demand more effort since it is the last day in the Base Camp. They prepared the equipment that will be used

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19
Feb

DAY 08 – TREK TO PLAZA CANADA:

After breakfast, the group made another acclimatization walk. This time they went to Plaza Canada (4,910m), they were 5 hours walking from the Base Camp. They had lunch and returned to Plaza de Mulas. The weather is sunny, very cold and with a wind of 35km / h.

18
Feb

DAY 7 – PLAZA DE MULAS / MT. BONETE (5,100m) / PLAZA DE MULAS

This is an exciting day when you climb Mount Bonete, at 5,100m. For many climbers, this is their first summit over 5,000 meters high and from the top they could enjoy excellent views of Aconcagua and the surrounding mountains. The ascent of the mountain. Bonete also provides the essential acclimatization necessary to climb the Aconcagua. After their ascent, they return

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17
Feb

DAY 6 – PLAZA DE MULAS CAMP:

Today is a day of rest. This has been a day of leisure that begins with a good breakfast and then a nice walk, which has many impressive views. In the afternoon, the climbers received an orientation and then prepared their equipment for the climb that will take place the next day, at Monte. Bonnet at 5,100 meters. With regard

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