Mexico Volcanoes Team 2 Back in Mexico City!

Hello everyone! Nick here with AAI Mexicos Volcanoes Trip 2. Looks like our “Safe and Sound” post was lost somewhere in sat-phone land, but thanks to the AAI office, it seems the message got relayed to the cybercast page. With everyone safely back to Mexico City, that means that this will be our last post. Thank you so much for following along with our adventures and we hope to see you in the mountains soon! I’ve attached some snapshots from our summit day this morning on Orizaba.

Happy Climbing!

Nick Mullan




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