A country of beautiful extremes, Bolivia is the highest, most isolated country in South America and holds a veritable treasure trove of climbing objectives for alpinists who venture off the beaten path. Particularly for climbers seeking to gain experience at altitude to prepare for objectives like Denali, Bolivia should not be overlooked. Despite the abundant climbing possibilities, Bolivia’s Cordillera Real (Royal Range) remains one of South America’s best kept climbing secrets.
On February 16th, Lead Guide and Bolivia Climbing Director, Rachel Molstad, shared details of our Great Peaks of Bolivia expedition including trip logistics, overviews of climbing Pequeño Alpamayo (17,618 ft./5370 m) and Chachacomani (19,928 ft./6074 m), as well as insider gear and expedition tips. The photos and climb overviews were absolutely stunning. For those who attended the presentation, the only question left unanswered was…when can I go to Bolivia?
You can catch the Bolivia fever and watch the full webinar recording below: