Hurray! - From the summit of Aconcagua! Our congratulations to the group of Vladimir Kotlyar!

Hello! This is Vladimir Kotlyar – a guide of the 7 Summits Club. I'm speaking from the top of Aconcagua, the highest point in South America and the Americas, Southern, Western Hemisphere and general all mountains outside Asia. We all ... read more

Hello! This is Vladimir Kotlyar – a guide of the 7 Summits Club. I'm speaking from the top of Aconcagua, the highest point in South America and the Americas, Southern, Western Hemisphere and general all mountains outside Asia. We all went up to the top. Our team, all - heroes, it was great deal. Our prayers have been answered, because the weather was exactly twice softer, better and more beautiful than it was predicted. There was practically no wind. Clear, also, only small clouds somewhere on the horizon.

Stunning scenery, sunny - we could even sunbathe now.

Our group split up on two parts and we started from different camps. Jamila and Igor started from camp Nido de Condores, other team started from the camp Colera. We have teamed up at the appointed place, at night, and by whole friendly team went up together to the top. You can congratulate us!
We are brought a bottle of champagne to the top. Just symbolically, we will drink it on the Colera....
Flag of 7 Summits Club on top!
Thanks to all who are waiting for us, listening the news! We love you. And we shouts from the summit of Aconcagua.

Hurray! Hurray! Hurray!

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Message from the slopes of Aconcagua: next night our group start for a summit bid ....

Hi! This is Vladimir Kotlyar, still from South America, from Argentina. We sit in a tent at an altitude of 6000m, at a place called Cholera. We are having dinner, have dinner. Now we are waiting for tea, melting snow. There is strong wind ... read more

Hi! This is Vladimir Kotlyar, still from South America, from Argentina. We sit in a tent at an altitude of 6000m, at a place called Cholera. We are having dinner, have dinner. Now we are waiting for tea, melting snow. There is strong wind outside, but in principle, nothing special. Although we should change tents, probably, for the next season.
At night we go to the top… I hope that the Mount let us... Wind, of course, is strong, but what to do? We have only two days with more or less possible weather conditions for climbing. Therefore, we will try, we will endure ... and see what happens. All the best, wish us luck! Adios!

 

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