Aconcagua Team Vertical Chorizo Farewell in Mendoza

Hello everybody,

Thanks for following us on our expedition and I would like to announce this will be the final blog for the team Vertical Chorizo.

We drove back to Mendoza today and went out for farewell dinner. We had a great trip and everyone is happy to be back safe and sound.

I would like to thanks all the climbers for being a great team players on this expedition and wish a safe and successful climb in future. My sincere thanks to my co-guides Bryce Hill and Bettiana Morales on this climb. Once again thanks everyone and wish all the climbers safe journey back home.

Jangbu Sherpa


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