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The Alpaca 7 Summits Club group is working in Peru according to the plan, but without the Internet. Today we move to the camp under the peak of Maria

Victor Volodin, the guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Peru: Greetings from the Alpaca group! If there are places in the world where there is no Internet, then we are traveling through them these three days. Today we spent the night ... read more

Victor Volodin, the guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Peru:
Greetings from the Alpaca group! If there are places in the world where there is no Internet, then we are traveling through them these three days. Today we spent the night in a valley near Lake Ausangate, in tents at an altitude of 4650 m. And in the early morning our way lay through the Palomani pass with a height of 5200. The weather pleases us, but after lunch it turn on the water (rain). Next, our way lies to the base camp of Maria Peak.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The members of the 7 Summits Club group have climbed up to the assault camp under the top of Sidley volcano and are ready to climb the top

Sidley. Lyudmila Korobeshko, guide and director of the 7 Summits Club from Antarctica: Good afternoon! Greetings to all from the Sidley assault camp from the group "Empanades Chilean pies". Today is January 3rd and we are at the Sidley assault ... read more

Lyudmila Korobeshko, guide and director of the 7 Summits Club from Antarctica:

Good afternoon! Greetings to all from the Sidley assault camp from the group "Empanades — Chilean pies". Today is January 3rd and we are at the Sidley assault camp. Yesterday, January 2, we arrived at the base camp at an altitude of 2200, approximately, on a large plane. We spent the night and literally just came to the assault camp. Leaving at 12 o'clock in the afternoon, at 12-30, by 9 pm, not quickly, but with heavy sledges, we came to the assault camp at an altitude of 3000. Everything is fine with us. Now we are setting up a camp and tomorrow we want to go climbing. So keep your fingers and fists on us. Tomorrow we are going to storm the highest volcano in Antarctica — Sidley. Everything is fine, the whole team feels great.

 

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