Tag: Mongolia

Mongolia 2019 – Final Day!

Hi all, Our team got into Ulaanbataar late last night and spent this morning relaxing. In the afternoon we explored the city a bit and did some last minute shopping. We had a great last meal, complete with a few bottles of wine. Our team members start flying home early tomorrow morning. Overall the trip […]

Mongolia 2019 – Team climbs to Intersection of Mongolia, Russia, and China

https://alpineascentsmongolia.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/audio-post-2019-07-30-13-07-46.mp3

Mongolia 2019 – Team Safely Descends after Summit Success!

https://alpineascentsmongolia.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/audio-post-2019-07-29-12-48-45.mp3

Mongolia 2019 – Team Summits Mount Khuiten!

https://alpineascentsmongolia.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/audio-post-2019-07-29-00-07-41.mp3

Mongolia 2019 – Team climbs to High Camp in Warm Weather Window!

https://alpineascentsmongolia.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/audio-post-2019-07-28-10-30-06.mp3

Mongolia 2019 – Practicing Skills on Potaniin glacier, Waiting out Weather

https://alpineascentsmongolia.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/audio-post-2019-07-27-08-14-20.mp3

Mongolia 2019 – Staying Tough in Rough Weather

https://alpineascentsmongolia.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/audio-post-2019-07-26-13-48-42.mp3

Mongolia 2019 – Team at Base Camp on Malchin Peak

https://alpineascentsmongolia.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/audio-post-2019-07-25-14-24-20.mp3

Mongolia 2019 – Eventful Journey from Olgii to the Mountain

https://alpineascentsmongolia.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/audio-post-2019-07-24-14-53-21.mp3

Mongolia 2019 – Delays & Reroutes

https://alpineascentsmongolia.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/audio-post-2019-07-23-15-56-07.mp3

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