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TEAM OSOS MOJADOS

TEAM LOS OSOS MOJADOS
REST DAY IN BAÑOS TOWN

Diego Zurita
Mountain Guide
UIAGM

LOS OSOS MOJADOS

TEAM LOS OSOS MOJADOS JAN 22TH ATTEND TO CLIMB CHIMBORAZO We tried to climb the chimborazo, but the weather conditions were not possible This time the mountain told us no, because the snow condition was not the best After trying … Continue reading

TEAM LOS OSOS MOJADOS

TEAM LOS OSOS MOJADOS JAN 18TH CLIMB CAYAMBE VOLCANO (18,993 ft.) PHOTOS BY Guides Camilo Andrade Cristian Rivera The team was a fantastic climb of Cayambe volvano, the third high mountain in Ecuador! The weather was beautiful, the snow conditions … Continue reading

TEAM LOS OSOS MOJADOS

TEAM LOS OSOS MOJADOS JAN 18TH CLIMB CAYAMBE VOLCANO (18,993 ft.) PHOTOS BY Guides Camilo Andrade Cristian Rivera The team was a fantastic climb of Cayambe volvano, the third high mountain in Ecuador! The weather was beautiful, the snow conditions … Continue reading

TEAM LOS OSOS MOJADOS

TEAM LOS OSOS MOJADOS JAN 16 TH GLACIAR SKILLS AND ATTEMPT CLIMB ANTISANA The last days We went in Antisana volcano and do a glaciar training, the weather was good, bad the conditions of the snow The team attempted Antisana … Continue reading

LOS OSOS MOJADOS

TEAM LOS OSOS MOJADOS JAN 11TH PAPALLACTA HIKE ACCLIMATIZATION DAYS The last days We do another acclimation hikes in an beautiful area of Andeans whit many lakes. Their goal was to reach the shores of Lake Anteojos which they did … Continue reading

LOS OSOS MOJADOS

TEAM LOS OSOS MOJADOS JAN 11TH To start this trip we visit the historic center and being part of the trip in Ecuador The first day hiking up Pasochoa, this extinct volcano, we enjoyed the walk and the weather during … Continue reading

LOS OSOS MOJADOS

DIEGO ZURITA
UIAGM GUIDE
LOS OSOS MOJADOS.docx

TEAM LOS OSOS MOJADOS JAN 11TH

Diego Zurita
UIAGM GUIDE
TEAM AA.pdf

Heading up for summit attempt

Hello Everyone, The weather is looking pretty good several days out so we will be heading up to Camp 1 tomorrow after breakfast. If all goes well, and the weather continues to look good we will continue to all of … Continue reading

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