Tag: Volcanoes of Mexico

Mexico Volcanoes 12/1 Team – Hello from Puebla

The Team is enjoying a well deserved rest today in the beautiful city of Puebla after our success on Iztaccihuatl yesterday. We are staying in the historic center which deservedly is a UNESCO World Heritage site. We are all greatly looking forward to our next objective El Pico De Orizaba tomorrow. It seems one or […]

Mexico Volcanoes Team next Objective: Pico De Orizaba

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Mexico Volcanoes 12/1 Team Summits Itza!

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Mexico Volcanoes 12/1 Team Checks in from Itza

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Mexico Volcanoes 12/1 Trip Begins!

Hi, this is Stuart and Dylan checking in for the Alpine Ascents Mexico Volcanoes trip. Our second trip of three this season. I am pleased to report all of our climbers on the team, with the exception of one, consisting … Continue reading

Mexico Volcanoes 11/10 Team Summits Orizaba!

Cybercasts have had some trouble coming through, but Lead Guide Stuart has checked in with great news: the team successfully summited Pico de Orizaba! All are doing well and headed back home.

Mexico Volcanoes 11/10 Team – Taking on Orizaba

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Mexico Volcanoes 11/10 Team – Tough Weather on Itza

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Mexico Volcanoes Winter 2018 Season Begins!

Hi, this is Stuart checking in for the Alpine Ascents Mexico Volcanoes trip . Our first trip of three this season. I am pleased to report all of our climbers on the team, with the exception of one, consisting of … Continue reading

Mexico Volcanoes Team 4 Summits Orizaba!

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