Last acclimatization hike from CBC

Hello Everyone,

We woke to some great views of Cho Oyu today! It was great to finally get some views of our objective. On our hike after breakfast we climbed to 18,100ft. Now back down to CBC at 16,100ft we have been resting relaxing and getting excited about moving closer to the mountain tomorrow. Tomorrow afternoon we will be at intermediate camp at 17,700ft, our last camp before arriving to ABC! We are feeling good, and everyone is acclimatizing well. Thanks for following along on this adventure!

Ben Jones

Acclimatization hike

Cho Oyu behind us in the clouds

Hiking down from 18,100ft

Cho Oyu

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