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Huayna Potosi guide and timing

I'm planning a trip to climb Huayna Potosi in early October 2017.
I'm looking for any recommendation on a guide and feedback on attempting an October ascent.
Thanks,
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Ojos del salado guides

Hello all,

I am planning to climb Ojos del salado in late December early January timeframe. I am only one person and would like to know if anyone is planning it around the same timeframe.
Also, any recommendations on finding a good guide for a fair price?

Thanks
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Cordillera Blanca for Beginners

Hello,

A friend and I will be traveling to Huaraz at the end of July and spending around 2 weeks in the Cordillera Blanca. We've been doing quite a bit of research on mountains in the region, and would like to do our first real climb while we're there. We have no mountaineering experience, so we will go with a guide and choose a route that is not technically difficult. However, we are both distance ...
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Bolivia (Condoriri, Illimani, Huayna Potosi) info

I am planning an unguided trip to Bolivia for spring/summer 2018. I would appreciate the opportunity to hear from anyone who has done a similar trip in the last few years. We are planning to try some peaks (mostly standard routes) in the Condoriri group and either Illimani or Huayna Potosi. If you would be willing to share logistical, weather, gear, and route information, please send me a message. Thanks.

Aaron
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Huascaran

Has anyone climbed Huascaran the last year or 2? Can you give report, thank you.
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Partners Wanted - Peru - June through August 2017

I am looking for partners to climb and trek around Huaraz , Peru for the 2017 climbing season. I am an experienced climber, my wife is an avid trekker and easy peak climber. Pisco, Urus, Ishinca and other easy/moderate peaks will make up the majority of our itinerary but I would like to climb some technical peaks like Alpamayo as well (my wife will stay at base camp).

Both of us speak fluent Spanish and ...
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Weather and Itinerary in Cordillera Blanca

I'm in the process of planning a trip to the Cordillera Blanca, and I was wondering what the weather on the mountains would be like. I'm planning on climbing Urus, Ishinca and Tocllaraju. How cold will it get?
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Huayan Potosi - Good operator and route of the climb

Just wanted to know how steep the bergschund is upon Huayana Potosi and how technical a climb it is to cross it? What is the steepest gradient upon the normal route as well
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Aconcagua questions

Hello all,

After a few years of putting off Aconcagua for various reasons I have finally decided to attempt it at the end of this year. I am looking to go as a pair and get logistics to basecamp.

I have a bunch of questions I am hoping people can provide some information on:

- I am looking to get some new boots, my Spantiks run a little big and I am looking to replace ...
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Seirra Nevada Expeditions (Ecuador) still the best?

My sister and I are pllanning a Trip to Ecuador. We have minimal mountaineering experience but lots of hiking and canoeing experience. My understanding is that Ecuador has some of the less technical mountains so it's a good place to get started.

We're looking for a guide. So far everything has pointed to Seirra Nevada Expeditions being really good (and substantially cheaper than some of the companies with more online reviews). However, all the info ...
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