The team is at High camp, called Plaza Colera (19,685'), focused on the summit. Despite some snow flakes today, they will probably go for it tomorrow. After an early sip of tea in the tents, they will probably face an hour or two of unpleasant cold before the sun warms the top of the hemisphere, and then enjoy a landscape which few people has the privilege to experience. If all goes well they will climb slowly to the Windy Pass, then to the Canaleta, the gully leading to the summit, and then they will stand by the cross that marks the 22,834 ft summit. THen they will head back to high camp, to a well deserved rest, and in the next day they will traverse the other side of the mountain towards Plaza de Mulas. I will post the news tomorrow in the afternoon. Good luck to the team!