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  • When you do non-stop laps until your calves and arms are burning.....
Feels good to get a good pump on. The ice climbing season is coming to an end and I’m already looking forward to the next! ⛏
  • When you do non-stop laps until your calves and arms are burning.....
    Feels good to get a good pump on. The ice climbing season is coming to an end and I’m already looking forward to the next! ⛏
  • 144 2 6 hours ago

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  • Ryan Pfleger and Brandon Prince making their way up a flow which is appropriately named MeltOut.

This bulgy climb has some stunning view of the Canadian Rockies 👌
  • Ryan Pfleger and Brandon Prince making their way up a flow which is appropriately named MeltOut.

    This bulgy climb has some stunning view of the Canadian Rockies 👌
  • 842 7 18 April, 2019
  • Why do I love ice climbing? 
When I am climbing I am fully in the moment. I am not thinking about anything but my next move. It has taught me confidence, perseverance, and humility. It has shown me that every goal is achievable if you work for it.

Lead “Blue Cheese” WI 3+ today.
  • Why do I love ice climbing?
    When I am climbing I am fully in the moment. I am not thinking about anything but my next move. It has taught me confidence, perseverance, and humility. It has shown me that every goal is achievable if you work for it.

    Lead “Blue Cheese” WI 3+ today.
  • 515 6 18 April, 2019
  • Mountain Medical Rescue 
Gestione vie aeree in ambiente 
La gestione avanzata delle vie aeree in ambiente montano dal punto di vista assistenziale si configura come una fase delicata per i pazienti che sono in condizioni critiche.
A guidare il sanitario nella gestione delle vie aeree avanzata dovrebbero essere queste semplici considerazioni:  Indicazione alla manovra
-La fattibilità della stessa in ambiente
-L’ opportunità di eseguirla proprio in quel momento e in quel ambiente
-La possibilità di poterla poi sostenere per tutta la durata del soccorso

A prescindere dalla scelta del presidio utilizzato, tubo endotracheale o presidio sovraglottico, è fondamentale la formazione continua e l’esperienza maturata sul campo dal professionista sanitario. Solo così si è nelle migliori condizioni per prendere le decisioni terapeutiche-assistenziali più adeguate per i  pazienti.

Mountain Medical Rescue
Airway management in the environment
Advanced airway management in a mountain environment from a care point of view is a delicate phase for patients who are in critical condition.
These simple considerations should guide health care in advanced airway management: -The indication to the maneuver
-The feasibility of the same in the environment
-The opportunity to execute it at that very moment in that environment
-The possibility of being able to support it for the duration of the rescue

Regardless of the choice of the device used, endotracheal tube or supraglottic device, continuous training and experience gained in the field by the healthcare professional are essential.  Only in this way is it in the best conditions to make the most appropriate therapeutic-care decisions for patients.

Witten by Enrico Molineris
Anesthetist Medical Doctor
Special thanks to the photographer Alberto Fantone 
#cnsas#hems#soccorsoalpino#clubalpinoitaliano#mountainrescue#soccorsosanitario#mountain#iceclimbing#guidealpine#mountaineering#skimo#mountainsafety#mountainplanet#mountainsphoto#mountainstories#alpensucht#aw169#agustawestland#gipfel#alpinisme#escalade#flight#searchandrescue#helicopter#flying
  • Mountain Medical Rescue
    Gestione vie aeree in ambiente
    La gestione avanzata delle vie aeree in ambiente montano dal punto di vista assistenziale si configura come una fase delicata per i pazienti che sono in condizioni critiche.
    A guidare il sanitario nella gestione delle vie aeree avanzata dovrebbero essere queste semplici considerazioni: Indicazione alla manovra
    -La fattibilità della stessa in ambiente
    -L’ opportunità di eseguirla proprio in quel momento e in quel ambiente
    -La possibilità di poterla poi sostenere per tutta la durata del soccorso

    A prescindere dalla scelta del presidio utilizzato, tubo endotracheale o presidio sovraglottico, è fondamentale la formazione continua e l’esperienza maturata sul campo dal professionista sanitario. Solo così si è nelle migliori condizioni per prendere le decisioni terapeutiche-assistenziali più adeguate per i pazienti.

    Mountain Medical Rescue
    Airway management in the environment
    Advanced airway management in a mountain environment from a care point of view is a delicate phase for patients who are in critical condition.
    These simple considerations should guide health care in advanced airway management: -The indication to the maneuver
    -The feasibility of the same in the environment
    -The opportunity to execute it at that very moment in that environment
    -The possibility of being able to support it for the duration of the rescue

    Regardless of the choice of the device used, endotracheal tube or supraglottic device, continuous training and experience gained in the field by the healthcare professional are essential. Only in this way is it in the best conditions to make the most appropriate therapeutic-care decisions for patients.

    Witten by Enrico Molineris
    Anesthetist Medical Doctor
    Special thanks to the photographer Alberto Fantone
    #cnsas #hems #soccorsoalpino #clubalpinoitaliano #mountainrescue #soccorsosanitario #mountain #iceclimbing #guidealpine #mountaineering #skimo #mountainsafety #mountainplanet #mountainsphoto #mountainstories #alpensucht #aw169 #agustawestland #gipfel #alpinisme #escalade #flight #searchandrescue #helicopter #flying
  • 741 10 13 April, 2019

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  • I woke up at midnight as a spindrift blast snaked its way under the tarp and onto my face. After brushing myself off I saw Jackson had been equally if not more so nailed by it. We kind of just grunted at each other and closed our eyes again.  We got rocked by spindrift all night. Eventually around 4 am we both sat side by side and started brewing water(photo 2). Being in no real danger, just discomfort In the truest sense I couldn’t help but laugh at what a silly pastime Alpinism is. 
As the sun started to rise the snowfall stopped and I could see a gap in the cloud layers. This gave us some hope the storm was ending. For a moment the sun felt nice, till it’s heat became the catalyst for 30 minutes of near constant sluffing of all the steep terrain that had us surrounded.  We watched in awe as blast after blast cleaned our planned route ahead. 
Once the faces had shed, we started up the final 1200’ ice hose. Which was never more than 4’ wide. In the morning sun we could belay without gloves on, it was actually really pleasant with no wind. The Ice hose was sustained at a vertical pitch with a couple overhung sections. Photo 4 was 10-15 degrees overhung for 50’! We didn’t know it was possible for ice to form in that way and it was hard to figure out how to swing an ice tool into such a planar past-vertical surface. 
Around 1 pm the ice hose was below our feet. After 3 days of standing on our front points, standing flat footed was a near euphoric experience.  With 4,000’ of near vertical ice and granite below us, we now had a new type of challenge, 60-70 degree faceted snow with shale bands(yes, waaaay less fun of a challenge). We moved thru this terrain slowly and cautiously in 2 long simul blocks.  With almost no gear worth clipping and sections of M4 above a 4500’ void solid movement was our security. 
Around 5 pm I popped around a cornice which gave us a smooth glacial passage to the summit only a hundred vertical feet above. After a quick summit fist bump, and realization of a long term goal, we rallied down the west Face of Dickey reaching base camp in 3.5 hours. The route ‘Ruth Gorge Grinder’ 5,000’ AI6+M7 completed April3-5,2019.
  • I woke up at midnight as a spindrift blast snaked its way under the tarp and onto my face. After brushing myself off I saw Jackson had been equally if not more so nailed by it. We kind of just grunted at each other and closed our eyes again. We got rocked by spindrift all night. Eventually around 4 am we both sat side by side and started brewing water(photo 2). Being in no real danger, just discomfort In the truest sense I couldn’t help but laugh at what a silly pastime Alpinism is.
    As the sun started to rise the snowfall stopped and I could see a gap in the cloud layers. This gave us some hope the storm was ending. For a moment the sun felt nice, till it’s heat became the catalyst for 30 minutes of near constant sluffing of all the steep terrain that had us surrounded. We watched in awe as blast after blast cleaned our planned route ahead.
    Once the faces had shed, we started up the final 1200’ ice hose. Which was never more than 4’ wide. In the morning sun we could belay without gloves on, it was actually really pleasant with no wind. The Ice hose was sustained at a vertical pitch with a couple overhung sections. Photo 4 was 10-15 degrees overhung for 50’! We didn’t know it was possible for ice to form in that way and it was hard to figure out how to swing an ice tool into such a planar past-vertical surface.
    Around 1 pm the ice hose was below our feet. After 3 days of standing on our front points, standing flat footed was a near euphoric experience. With 4,000’ of near vertical ice and granite below us, we now had a new type of challenge, 60-70 degree faceted snow with shale bands(yes, waaaay less fun of a challenge). We moved thru this terrain slowly and cautiously in 2 long simul blocks. With almost no gear worth clipping and sections of M4 above a 4500’ void solid movement was our security.
    Around 5 pm I popped around a cornice which gave us a smooth glacial passage to the summit only a hundred vertical feet above. After a quick summit fist bump, and realization of a long term goal, we rallied down the west Face of Dickey reaching base camp in 3.5 hours. The route ‘Ruth Gorge Grinder’ 5,000’ AI6+M7 completed April3-5,2019.
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  • Somewhere the season is still going strong!
  • Somewhere the season is still going strong!
  • 35 3 43 minutes ago

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  • Modica-Noury gully. Conditions where a bit dry. Callum leading the crux pitch on thin ice. The top pitch was some sketchy drytooling on loose rock. #chamonix #iceclimbing #drytooling
  • Modica-Noury gully. Conditions where a bit dry. Callum leading the crux pitch on thin ice. The top pitch was some sketchy drytooling on loose rock. #chamonix #iceclimbing #drytooling
  • 13 0 1 hour ago
  • ⭐️LEADER BIOS⭐️
What better way to end your week than with another dose of Apogee Leader Bios! Meet the impressive squad that will be guiding our students from Vermont to Montreal this summer 🚴 🚴‍♀️
  • ⭐️LEADER BIOS⭐️
    What better way to end your week than with another dose of Apogee Leader Bios! Meet the impressive squad that will be guiding our students from Vermont to Montreal this summer 🚴 🚴‍♀️
  • 76 1 2 hours ago
  • Modica-Noury on the east face of Mont Blanc Du Tacul. TD+ 5+ or something, but when conditions aren't good it's a tricky one!
Quality big day out, but that's type 2 fun isn't it. Not fun when there's hot aches, suffocating spin drift and sore legs involved. But worth it.
  • Modica-Noury on the east face of Mont Blanc Du Tacul. TD+ 5+ or something, but when conditions aren't good it's a tricky one!
    Quality big day out, but that's type 2 fun isn't it. Not fun when there's hot aches, suffocating spin drift and sore legs involved. But worth it.
  • 21 1 2 hours ago

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  • Aquesta vegada toca remuntar una vall, cada cop més estreta i perillosa pel risc d'allaus. Un company desapareix dins d'una esquerda, sense conseqüències. Al final trobem el nostre objectiu. Ho aconseguim!! Una preciosa cascada no escalada mai abans per ningú. Un circ petit però meravellós, és nostre per un dia. 
Esta vez toca remontar un valle, cada vez más estrecho y peligroso por el riesgo de aludes. Un compañero desaparece dentro de una grieta, sin consecuencias. Al final encontramos nuestro objetivo. Lo conseguimos !! Una preciosa cascada no escalada nunca antes por nadie. Un circo pequeño pero maravilloso, es nuestro por un día.

It's time to climb a valley, increasingly narrow and dangerous due to the avalanches. A mate disappears into a crack, without consequences. At the end we find our goal. We did it !! A beautiful waterfall never climbed before by anyone. A small but wonderful circus, is ours for a day.
  • Aquesta vegada toca remuntar una vall, cada cop més estreta i perillosa pel risc d'allaus. Un company desapareix dins d'una esquerda, sense conseqüències. Al final trobem el nostre objectiu. Ho aconseguim!! Una preciosa cascada no escalada mai abans per ningú. Un circ petit però meravellós, és nostre per un dia.
    Esta vez toca remontar un valle, cada vez más estrecho y peligroso por el riesgo de aludes. Un compañero desaparece dentro de una grieta, sin consecuencias. Al final encontramos nuestro objetivo. Lo conseguimos !! Una preciosa cascada no escalada nunca antes por nadie. Un circo pequeño pero maravilloso, es nuestro por un día.

    It's time to climb a valley, increasingly narrow and dangerous due to the avalanches. A mate disappears into a crack, without consequences. At the end we find our goal. We did it !! A beautiful waterfall never climbed before by anyone. A small but wonderful circus, is ours for a day.
  • 48 7 2 hours ago
  • Pieter skinning back to the Cosmiques Refuge after another stunning day high up climbing in the mountains. 
Lots of photos to catch up on after a few days 'away'.
  • Pieter skinning back to the Cosmiques Refuge after another stunning day high up climbing in the mountains.
    Lots of photos to catch up on after a few days 'away'.
  • 16 1 2 hours ago
  • @mamuallu takeover Day 2: After a decade of dreaming, last month I finally got the opportunity to climb in Poland’s Tatra Mountains. Best known for winter mixed climbing, this area puts their own unique spin on the discipline with the copious amounts of frozen turf found on the routes. While I didn’t get to climb as much as I hoped, I was grateful to finally be able to experience climbing on this new medium, even if only for a taste. Shoutout to all those hard climbers who call this area home. ⚒ ⚒ 📷 @mat.madej
  • @mamuallu takeover Day 2: After a decade of dreaming, last month I finally got the opportunity to climb in Poland’s Tatra Mountains. Best known for winter mixed climbing, this area puts their own unique spin on the discipline with the copious amounts of frozen turf found on the routes. While I didn’t get to climb as much as I hoped, I was grateful to finally be able to experience climbing on this new medium, even if only for a taste. Shoutout to all those hard climbers who call this area home. ⚒ ⚒ 📷 @mat.madej
  • 100 5 3 hours ago

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  • Dan por fallecidos a los austríacos David Lama, Hansjörg Auer y el estadounidense Jess Roskelly, tres de los mejores escaladores del momento, que se vieron atrapados en una avalancha en el Parque Nacional de Banff, mientras intentaban una vía en el Howse Peak, una montaña de 3.295 metros especialmente sensible al riesgo de aludes. Nuestros respetos a estos tres grandes atletas  que por mucho tiempo llevaron este deporte al límite y se transformaron en fuente de inspiración para toda una generación de escaladores y montañistas. #alpinismo #montañismo #iceclimbing #banff
  • Dan por fallecidos a los austríacos David Lama, Hansjörg Auer y el estadounidense Jess Roskelly, tres de los mejores escaladores del momento, que se vieron atrapados en una avalancha en el Parque Nacional de Banff, mientras intentaban una vía en el Howse Peak, una montaña de 3.295 metros especialmente sensible al riesgo de aludes. Nuestros respetos a estos tres grandes atletas que por mucho tiempo llevaron este deporte al límite y se transformaron en fuente de inspiración para toda una generación de escaladores y montañistas. #alpinismo #montañismo #iceclimbing #banff
  • 169 3 3 hours ago
  • Climbing waterfalls > Chasing waterfalls
  • Climbing waterfalls > Chasing waterfalls
  • 39 3 3 hours ago
  • Moderate ice in the sun with great views. Sounds like a combination for fun. @weberphotography capturing shots of his buddies Brandon and Ryan on Meltout in Jasper National Park. #iceclimbingimages
  • Moderate ice in the sun with great views. Sounds like a combination for fun. @weberphotography capturing shots of his buddies Brandon and Ryan on Meltout in Jasper National Park. #iceclimbingimages
  • 670 4 3 hours ago

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  • Howse Peak at Sunrise. I had planned to go back and reshoot this shot with alpine glow just hitting the summit for the last month but never got around to it. Now when I do, the shot will have more meaning.
  • Howse Peak at Sunrise. I had planned to go back and reshoot this shot with alpine glow just hitting the summit for the last month but never got around to it. Now when I do, the shot will have more meaning.
  • 1,714 40 3 hours ago
  • 📡🇬🇧👇 David Lama nasz bohater od samego początku. Żegnaj przyjacielu 🖤Długo się wahałem przed napisaniem tego posta. Niestety wszystko się potwierdziło. A jeszcze nie tak dawno rozmawialiśmy. Dawid żył dla gór i pasji do wspinaczki. Zawsze podążał swoją ścieżką i przeżył swoje marzenia. Przyjmiemy to, co się stało jako jego część. Prosimy o zapamiętanie jego radości życia, wigoru i widoku ukochanych gór. 🖤
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🇬🇧 David Lama our hero from the very beginning. Goodbye, my friend. 🖤 I hesitated a long time before I wrote this post. Unfortunately, everything was confirmed. And not so long ago we talked. David lived for the mountains, and his passion for climbing and climbing shaped and accompanied us. He always followed his path and lived his dreams. We will accept what happened as a part of it. We ask you to remember his joy of life, vigor and the sight of his beloved mountains. 🖤 .
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Hero: @davidlama_official
#davidlama 
Select:
@christophergruning
@krzysztofgruning
  • 📡🇬🇧👇 David Lama nasz bohater od samego początku. Żegnaj przyjacielu 🖤Długo się wahałem przed napisaniem tego posta. Niestety wszystko się potwierdziło. A jeszcze nie tak dawno rozmawialiśmy. Dawid żył dla gór i pasji do wspinaczki. Zawsze podążał swoją ścieżką i przeżył swoje marzenia. Przyjmiemy to, co się stało jako jego część. Prosimy o zapamiętanie jego radości życia, wigoru i widoku ukochanych gór. 🖤
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    🇬🇧 David Lama our hero from the very beginning. Goodbye, my friend. 🖤 I hesitated a long time before I wrote this post. Unfortunately, everything was confirmed. And not so long ago we talked. David lived for the mountains, and his passion for climbing and climbing shaped and accompanied us. He always followed his path and lived his dreams. We will accept what happened as a part of it. We ask you to remember his joy of life, vigor and the sight of his beloved mountains. 🖤 .
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    Hero: @davidlama_official
    #davidlama
    Select:
    @christophergruning
    @krzysztofgruning
  • 1,518 18 3 hours ago
  • via Fisher Chimneys route this July - looking forward to it
  • via Fisher Chimneys route this July - looking forward to it
  • 337 6 3 hours ago
  • Climbing evolution t-shirt rock climb mountain science funny gift birthday
  • Climbing evolution t-shirt rock climb mountain science funny gift birthday
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  • Spent all night wandering through the hills trying to make sense of it all and through the sadness and emptiness I found no words to make sense of the loss. But, in all of it there was a glimmer of light the bond of friendship that only climbers understand. I’m honoured to have shared a rope with you @davidlama_official & @jessroskelley over the years. My prayer are for your families and loved ones🙏🏻 RIP my friends!
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#climbing #alpineclimbing #iceclimbing #mountainlife #wearerab
  • Spent all night wandering through the hills trying to make sense of it all and through the sadness and emptiness I found no words to make sense of the loss. But, in all of it there was a glimmer of light the bond of friendship that only climbers understand. I’m honoured to have shared a rope with you @davidlama_official & @jessroskelley over the years. My prayer are for your families and loved ones🙏🏻 RIP my friends!
    Portraits by @_claytonboyd_ .
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    #climbing #alpineclimbing #iceclimbing #mountainlife #wearerab
  • 84 4 5 hours ago
  • Snow, rock, and frozen turf. One month ago in the Tatra Mountains, Poland 🇵🇱 📷 @mat.madej
  • Snow, rock, and frozen turf. One month ago in the Tatra Mountains, Poland 🇵🇱 📷 @mat.madej
  • 88 1 5 hours ago
  • Admire the glaciers while soaring high above, then climb within their depths. Yep, best vacation ever.
  • Admire the glaciers while soaring high above, then climb within their depths. Yep, best vacation ever.
  • 83 1 6 hours ago
  • When you do non-stop laps until your calves and arms are burning.....
Feels good to get a good pump on. The ice climbing season is coming to an end and I’m already looking forward to the next! ⛏
  • When you do non-stop laps until your calves and arms are burning.....
    Feels good to get a good pump on. The ice climbing season is coming to an end and I’m already looking forward to the next! ⛏
  • 144 2 6 hours ago
  • @jessroskelley was one of the athletes at the @michiganicefest who taught me ice climbing this last February. We talked a while about his interest in the new products he gets to test for The North Face and he was genuinely fascinated with my career in the cosmetic packaging industry. Later that trip Jess and his dad presented some of their climbs on and around K2. It was great to see the passion for the mountains is dad and him both had.
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Unfortunately, Jess and two other members of @thenorthface Global Athlete Team are presumed caught in an avalanche as of April 16th in Alberta, Canada. They are missing still as of today. My thoughts go out to their families.
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#wilddirt #iceclimbing #mountains #climbing #jessroskelley #tnf #thenorthface
  • @jessroskelley was one of the athletes at the @michiganicefest who taught me ice climbing this last February. We talked a while about his interest in the new products he gets to test for The North Face and he was genuinely fascinated with my career in the cosmetic packaging industry. Later that trip Jess and his dad presented some of their climbs on and around K2. It was great to see the passion for the mountains is dad and him both had.
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    Unfortunately, Jess and two other members of @thenorthface Global Athlete Team are presumed caught in an avalanche as of April 16th in Alberta, Canada. They are missing still as of today. My thoughts go out to their families.
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    #wilddirt #iceclimbing #mountains #climbing #jessroskelley #tnf #thenorthface
  • 20 0 7 hours ago
  • CLIMBING ALPAMAYO (5974 MASL) AND QUITARAJU (6040 masl) MOUNTAINS 2019

The Santa Cruz Valley is home to several mountains, among them are the most popular and technical mountains such as Alpamayo, the most beautiful mountain in the world, the Quitaraju with an impressive wall and a ridge that allows you to observe a surprising panorama of the other mountains while you advance to the summit, all this makes the climb to these mountains memorable. Dare to know them and climb them. 
Organize your expedition with us to these mountains and live a unique experience.

TIMING: 11 DAY (1 day of acclimatization + 10 Days on the mountains)
ACTIVITY: Climbing
HIGHEST POINT: 6040 masl, Quitaraju Summit
GRADE:	Difficult/Technical
DATES: 11 Jun – 21 Jun
RATIO:	1:2 (1 Mountain Guide UIAGM: 2 Clients)

PROGRAM 
DAY 1 (11 june): Acclimatization day – Churup Lake 4450 masl.
DAY 2 (12 june): Huaraz – Cashapampa (2900 masl) – Llamacorral (3750 masl).
DAY 3 (13 june): Llamacorral – Arhuaycocha Base Camp (4250 masl).
DAY 4 (14 june): Arhuaycocha Base Camp – Alpamayo Moraine Camp (5450 masl).
DAY 5 (15 june): Alpamayo Moraine Camp – Camp I (on ice) 
DAY 6 (16 june): Camp I - Summit of Alpamayo (5974 masl) - Camp I.
DAY 7 (17 june): Rest day 
DAY 8 (18 june): Camp I - Quitaraju Summit (6040 masl) - Camp I.
DAY 9 (19 june): Reservation day 
DAY 10 (20 june): Alpamayo High Camp -  Moraine Camp - Alpamayo Base Camp 
DAY 11 (21 june): Alpamayo Base Camp – Cashapampa - Huaraz (hotel).
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Contact us at:
jirkandesexpeditions@gmail.com
infohuaraz@jirkandesexpeditions.com

#mountains #expeditions #expeditionen #andes #photography #mountaneering #alpamayo #photographer #climbing #landscapephotography #landscape #travel #travelphotography #montagne #montañas #Quitaraju #berge #montanha #montagne #montagnes #berg #mountain #climb #montaña #montagna #expediciones #expedições #montanhas #iceclimbing #восхождение #альпамайо
  • CLIMBING ALPAMAYO (5974 MASL) AND QUITARAJU (6040 masl) MOUNTAINS 2019

    The Santa Cruz Valley is home to several mountains, among them are the most popular and technical mountains such as Alpamayo, the most beautiful mountain in the world, the Quitaraju with an impressive wall and a ridge that allows you to observe a surprising panorama of the other mountains while you advance to the summit, all this makes the climb to these mountains memorable. Dare to know them and climb them.
    Organize your expedition with us to these mountains and live a unique experience.

    TIMING: 11 DAY (1 day of acclimatization + 10 Days on the mountains)
    ACTIVITY: Climbing
    HIGHEST POINT: 6040 masl, Quitaraju Summit
    GRADE: Difficult/Technical
    DATES: 11 Jun – 21 Jun
    RATIO: 1:2 (1 Mountain Guide UIAGM: 2 Clients)

    PROGRAM
    DAY 1 (11 june): Acclimatization day – Churup Lake 4450 masl.
    DAY 2 (12 june): Huaraz – Cashapampa (2900 masl) – Llamacorral (3750 masl).
    DAY 3 (13 june): Llamacorral – Arhuaycocha Base Camp (4250 masl).
    DAY 4 (14 june): Arhuaycocha Base Camp – Alpamayo Moraine Camp (5450 masl).
    DAY 5 (15 june): Alpamayo Moraine Camp – Camp I (on ice)
    DAY 6 (16 june): Camp I - Summit of Alpamayo (5974 masl) - Camp I.
    DAY 7 (17 june): Rest day
    DAY 8 (18 june): Camp I - Quitaraju Summit (6040 masl) - Camp I.
    DAY 9 (19 june): Reservation day
    DAY 10 (20 june): Alpamayo High Camp - Moraine Camp - Alpamayo Base Camp
    DAY 11 (21 june): Alpamayo Base Camp – Cashapampa - Huaraz (hotel).
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    Contact us at:
    jirkandesexpeditions@gmail.com
    infohuaraz@jirkandesexpeditions.com

    #mountains #expeditions #expeditionen #andes #photography #mountaneering #alpamayo #photographer #climbing #landscapephotography #landscape #travel #travelphotography #montagne #montañas #Quitaraju #berge #montanha #montagne #montagnes #berg #mountain #climb #montaña #montagna #expediciones #expedições #montanhas #iceclimbing #восхождение #альпамайо
  • 155 8 14 April, 2019