Tag: Cerro San Lorenzo

Farewell from Team Super-Trained!

https://alpineascentscerrosanlorenzo.files.wordpress.com/2018/02/audio-post-2018-02-02-12-15-59.mp3

Team Super-Trained Wraps up Cerro San Lorenzo Expedition

https://alpineascentscerrosanlorenzo.files.wordpress.com/2018/02/audio-post-2018-02-01-04-54-49.mp3

Team Super-Trained On Return Trip after Tough Weather

https://alpineascentscerrosanlorenzo.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/audio-post-2018-01-31-04-00-06.mp3

Team Super-Trained Hoping Wind Holds Out for Summit Bid Tomorrow

https://alpineascentscerrosanlorenzo.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/audio-post-2018-01-29-22-46-48.mp3

Cerro San Lorenzo Team Super-Trained at Paso La Corniza

https://alpineascentscerrosanlorenzo.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/audio-post-2018-01-28-21-05-51.mp3

Cerro San Lorenzo Team Super-Trained Rest during Poor Weather

https://alpineascentscerrosanlorenzo.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/audio-post-2018-01-27-19-21-29.mp3

Cerro San Lorenzo Team Super-Trained Move to Paso Comedor

https://alpineascentscerrosanlorenzo.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/audio-post-2018-01-26-23-39-16.mp3

Cerro San Lorenzo Team Super-trained at Toni Rohrer Refugio

https://alpineascentscerrosanlorenzo.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/audio-post-2018-01-25-22-01-50.mp3

Cerro San Lorenzo Team now Team “Super-trained”

https://alpineascentscerrosanlorenzo.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/audio-post-2018-01-25-00-01-52.mp3

Cerro San Lorenzo Kicks Off!

https://alpineascentscerrosanlorenzo.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/audio-post-2018-01-23-21-38-26.mp3

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