Ecuador Climb 2019 – TEAM REVIEWS SKILLS ON CAYAMBE

Hi everyone! Today, the team traveled by four-wheel drive up to the Cayambe Hut (4,658 m/15,282 ft).Then, they hiked and scrambled for an hour up to the Cayambe glacier (4,898 m/16,070 ft) for a climbing skills review and to acclimate. Tomorrow, they will move up to the Cayambe hut to prepare for the climb. They are attaching some pictures from today for you to enjoy. They send their best to family and friends. Stay tuned!

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