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ACONCAGUA

(22,841')

 

 

At 22,841, Aconcagua is the tallest peak in the southern and western hemispheres. While it is a non technical climb, that does not mean it doesn't have its share of challenges, including high altitude, high winds, and cold temperatures, not to mention logistical considerations
 
An Aconcagua climb is 21 days in total, with 16 of those days being on the mountain. this itinerary includes a couple of rest days, as well as contingency days for alternative summit attempts if the weather does not cooperate initially
 
Upon further interest, an itinerary and gear list can be sent
 
Please feel free to contact with any questions

Aconcagua from 30,000 feet before dropping into Mendoza

Sunset from Nido de Condores at 18,000'

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