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End of the trip

By Aventuras Patagonicas | 5 January, 2016

Finally, the group had its celebration dinner last night, in a fine steak restaurant, with some glass of Malbec wine. …

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Ten days climb

By Aventuras Patagonicas | 5 January, 2016

Eigth climbers and three guides are in the base camp now. This group will climb the highest mountain in America …

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First Summit of the year

By Aventuras Patagonicas | 3 January, 2016

Yesterday the team reached the summit of the highest mountain in the World outside the Himalayas (with an altitude of …

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Camp II

By Aventuras Patagonicas | 31 December, 2015

After moving loads yesterday , the team moved to the camp II today. They are all doing great, but it …

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First steps at Altitude

By Aventuras Patagonicas | 29 December, 2015

The group arrived to Camp I (16,000 ft) and and they will bring a load of gear, tents and food …

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By Aventuras Patagonicas | 28 December, 2015

The guide Rolo called to say that the team has reached the summit (22,834 ft) today, the highest point in …

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Hoping for the Summit

By Aventuras Patagonicas | 27 December, 2015

Today the team reach the High Camp, at almost 6.000 m! They are doing a great job and looking forward …

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Preparing for the Altitude

By Aventuras Patagonicas | 27 December, 2015

The team is still resting at base camp, they decided to stay a few extra days to gain a good …

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Camp II

By Aventuras Patagonicas | 26 December, 2015

The group reached Camp II (17,700 ft) today. They are working hard and trying to gain altitude while keeping the …

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Merry Christmas!

By Aventuras Patagonicas | 25 December, 2015

The team successfully carry the load to camp 1(16,000 ft) yesterday and today they are going to move to that …

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