Tag: Aconcagua

Aconcagua – Team 2020 at High Camp, Poised for Summit

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Aconcagua 2019 – Team 3D in Good Shape up at Camp Nido de Condores!

https://alpineascentsaconcagua.files.wordpress.com/2019/12/audio-post-2019-12-19-22-04-50.mp3

Aconcagua 2019 – Dec 14 Team on Day 3 of Trek In to Basecamp

https://alpineascentsaconcagua.files.wordpress.com/2019/12/audio-post-2019-12-19-13-36-40.mp3

Aconcagua 2019 – Dec 15 Team adopts Team Name “Aconquistadors”

https://alpineascentsaconcagua.files.wordpress.com/2019/12/audio-post-2019-12-19-01-43-50.mp3

Aconcagua 2019 – Team 3D climbs up to Camp Canada

https://alpineascentsaconcagua.files.wordpress.com/2019/12/audio-post-2019-12-18-22-15-42.mp3

Kilimanjaro 2019 – Team 2 Hits the Trail!

https://alpineascentskilimanjaro.files.wordpress.com/2019/12/audio-post-2019-12-18-17-18-57.mp3

Aconcagua 2019 – Team 3D Prepping to depart for Upper Mountain

https://alpineascentsaconcagua.files.wordpress.com/2019/12/audio-post-2019-12-17-23-07-34.mp3

Aconcagua 2019 – Team 3D Carries to Camp Canada, Returns to Basecamp

https://alpineascentsaconcagua.files.wordpress.com/2019/12/audio-post-2019-12-16-22-06-57.mp3

Aconcagua 2019 – Team 3D Eating & Enjoying Snowy Views from Basecamp

https://alpineascentsaconcagua.files.wordpress.com/2019/12/audio-post-2019-12-15-23-24-09.mp3

Aconcagua 2019 – Team 3D Rest Day at Basecamp

https://alpineascentsaconcagua.files.wordpress.com/2019/12/audio-post-2019-12-14-22-00-35.mp3

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