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Tag Archives: Adventures Global
Oliver arrived safely in Camp 2 at midday today. He was extremely exhausted and went straight to sleep. Reyno will spend the night at the South Col. The weather forecast shows increased winds on the proposed summit day, the 20th, … Continue reading
After a gruelling 14-hour summit day on Sunday, the Aconcagua team were exhausted. When they got back to their tents at about 6 pm, they skipped eating and simply slept for about 15 hours! While they were recuperating, there was … Continue reading
Just received this news from Aconcagua team leader, Ronnie Muhl: The team have taken the decision not to move up to camp 1 today as previously planned. The carry went well yesterday, but it was hard work and they are … Continue reading
On Monday, the Adventures Global team set out for the summit of Aconcagua. The team consists of seven very capable climbers: Per Ostberg, Derick Burger, Rob Love, Ian Sutton, Neil Plumbly, Will Bolus and Elizabeth Bool, with leader Ronnie Muhl. … Continue reading
On Saturday, the Adventures Global team walked the last hour to Lukla in the rain. After hot showers, we met in the dining room for celebration drinks and a meal with our porters and guides. We thanked them for their … Continue reading
Today the team headed down to the village of Periche at 4240 metres. If possible, they’ll visit the Himalayan Rescue Association’s Trekker’s Aid Post.
After getting up at the early hour of 5 this morning, the team left for Kala Pattar by 6. It had snowed overnight, so it was cold to start off with, but the views were incredible. Watching the sun rise … Continue reading
Soon after breakfast yesterday, the team left Dingboche and made our way to Dukla. It was a beautifully clear day and the surrounding mountains were covered with snow. We stopped for tea in Dukla and then climbed up the steep … Continue reading
Todays trek takes the team through farmlands and meadows and the village of Duglha at 4620 metres. After climbing up to a viewpoint boasting some stone memorials to perished climbers, the trail drops and follows the valley to Lobuche. The … Continue reading