A.P. 1 (Dec. 1 – Dec. 12)
The group is in great condition and has already left Canada Camp today.
They are now moving to Camp 2, which is also called Nido de Cóndores Camp, located at 17,651′.
The team is doing a great job as they move uphill and start gaining more altitude.
We will post more news soon!
The Aventuras Patagonicas Team