Vladimir Kotlyar reports from the Canada camp on the slopes of Aconcagua: we climbed briskly, despite the difficult conditions

Hello! This is Vladimir Kotlyar, the guide of the 7 Summits Club on the expedition to Aconcagua. Today our friendly team climbed up for the first high-altitude camp at an altitude, it is Plaza Canada at 4800 meters. Our goal is to spend the ... read more

Hello! This is Vladimir Kotlyar, the guide of the 7 Summits Club on the expedition to Aconcagua. Today our friendly team climbed up for the first high-altitude camp at an altitude, it is Plaza Canada at 4800 meters. Our goal is to spend the night for better acclimatization and gradual, step-up recovery. We went fast - 3 hours, set up tents, have dinner. And now we have a rest, to boil water, drown snow. In general, we collect water for the evening and for the morning.

Today we have snow, blizzard, snowstorm. But never mind, all is well: we got a real northern adventure. Adios!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 7 Summits Club guide Sergey Larin flew to Argentina for the climb Aconcagua program

Today, January 9, one more our guide - Sergey Larin flew to Argentina. Tomorrow he will, we hope, arrive in Mendoza, and will begin preparations for a meeting with members of our new expedition. This expedition will start the next day. Note ... read more

Today, January 9, one more our guide - Sergey Larin flew to Argentina. Tomorrow he will, we hope, arrive in Mendoza, and will begin preparations for a meeting with members of our new expedition. This expedition will start the next day. Note that the youngest member of the group is only 14 years old. It is Dmitry Tertychnyi - to his credit there is Pyramid Carstenzs summit. He became the youngest climber in the world at this summit, which passed the entire route through the jungle… Now he plan to become the youngest Russian on the summit of Aconcagua.