TEAM LOS OSOS MOJADOS

TEAM LOS OSOS MOJADOS JAN 18TH

CLIMB CAYAMBE VOLCANO (18,993 ft.)

PHOTOS BY

Guides

Camilo Andrade

Cristian Rivera

The team was a fantastic climb of Cayambe volvano, the third high mountain in Ecuador! The weather was beautiful, the snow conditions were good. The sunrise was very beautiful and We so how the clouds moved from the rain forests to the Andean range.

Seven climbers reached the summit. They all did their best. The summit of this beautiful volcano was very clear

The team will stay to night in Riobamba town and tomorrow will travel to Chimborazo and prepare the climb of the highest mountain in Ecuador

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TEAM LOS OSOS MOJADOS

TEAM LOS OSOS MOJADOS JAN 18TH

CLIMB CAYAMBE VOLCANO (18,993 ft.)

PHOTOS BY

Guides

Camilo Andrade

Cristian Rivera

The team was a fantastic climb of Cayambe volvano, the third high mountain in Ecuador! The weather was beautiful, the snow conditions were good. The sunrise was very beautiful and We so how the clouds moved from the rain forests to the Andean range.

Seven climbers reached the summit. They all did their best. The summit of this beautiful volcano was very clear

The team will stay to night in Riobamba town and tomorrow will travel to Chimborazo and prepare the climb of the highest mountain in Ecuador

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