What it takes to climb Aconcagua

Tomas IchasoJuly 08, 2015

In a heart-warming interview, Pablo, an EPGAMT certified guide in Mendoza, Argentina, shares his insights from helping climbers to climb Aconcagua, and reach the top of the highest mountain in the Western World.

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A little bit about Aconcagua

Aconcagua, referred by some as “the Stone Sentinel”, is the highest mountain in the Americas, with an altitude of 22,841 feet. Performing the ascent takes from 15 to 20 days, and it is most advisable to do it from November to March. The closest city to the mount is Mendoza, in Argentina.

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