Vladimir Kotlyar and his group rises up to the Low camp

Hello everyone! It is Vladimir Kotlyar. Today we continue our courageous march across the expanses of Antarctica, in the direction of the highest point of the ice continent. We go up, dragging sleds, with equipment and food. Today we must ... read more

Hello everyone! It is Vladimir Kotlyar. Today we continue our courageous march across the expanses of Antarctica, in the direction of the highest point of the ice continent. We go up, dragging sleds, with equipment and food. Today we must rise to the Low camp, at an altitude of 2800 meters above sea level. The weather is not bad, but not to say that good - all covered with clouds. It snowing a bit, but there is no wind. Tomorrow we will probably make an acclimatization outing.

 

All the best, thank you for your attention! Bye!

 

 

 

 

Sergey Larin from Aconcagua: the team began to acclimatize by the Canada camp

Hi, Seven Summits! Take the information from Aconcagua! Today, our team climbed up at the Canada camp, at altitude 5040 meters. Before that, we spent three nights at the Plaza de Mulas, where committed acclimatization walks around the ... read more

Hi, Seven Summits! Take the information from Aconcagua! Today, our team climbed up at the Canada camp, at altitude 5040 meters. Before that, we spent three nights at the Plaza de Mulas, where committed acclimatization walks around the neighborhood. Tomorrow, we will advancing into the camp 2, "Condor's Nest." All is well!  By! Sergey Larin.