Tag: Volcanoes of Mexico

Mexico Volcanoes Team 4 Starts up Pico de Orizaba

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Mexico Volcanoes Team 4 In 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 … Continue reading

Mexico Volcanoes Team 4 Summits Itza!

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Mexico Volcanoes Team 4 at Izta High Camp

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Mexico Volcanoes Team 4 Welcome Dinner

Eric still looks like he is having some PTSD from the earthquake where he thought he was fainting due to lack of sleep during the gear check…. don’t be sending a Mariachi band my way anytime soon Eric

Mexico Volcanoes Team 4 Arrives in Mexico City

Hi, this is Stuart checking in for the Alpine Ascents Mexico Volcanoes trip . Our last trip of four this season. I am pleased to report all of our climbers on the team consisting of the two Erics’, Ben, Scott, … Continue reading

Mexico Volcanoes Team 3 Summits Orizaba!

Thanks everyone for following along on our Mexico Volcanoes Expedition. Four of our team members reached the Summit of Orizaba yesterday! Unfortunately some of the group was not able to make a summit attempt due to food born illness. We … Continue reading

Mexico Volcanoes Team 3 Tours Puebla, Next Stop Orizaba!

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Mexico Volcanoes Team 3 Summit Photos

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Mexico Volcanoes Team 2 Back in Mexico City!

Hello everyone! Nick here with AAI Mexicos Volcanoes Trip 2. Looks like our “Safe and Sound” post was lost somewhere in sat-phone land, but thanks to the AAI office, it seems the message got relayed to the cybercast page. With … Continue reading

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