Nader reporting for team Lost Boys from Tambopaxi lodge (12,356 feet)

This is Nader reporting for Team Lost Boys. Today was a rest day for the team.

We woke up in the morning at the Hacienda los Mortinos where we were treated to a great breakfast and picturesque views of Cotopaxi and several other prominent Ecuadorian peaks.

At noon we boarded a bus and drove to the beautiful Tambopaxi Lodge in Cotopaxi National Park. We had lunch at Tambopaxi and relaxed in preparation for our Cotopaxi climb tomorrow night.

Cotopaxi from Los Mortiños Lodge  Team Lost Boys at Los Mortiños Lodge Brad relaxing at the Los Mortiños Lodge a few hours after being on the summit of Antisana  Nader at the Tambopaxi Lodge

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