Just me and my climbing partner M this beautiful day.
After climbing Acon, we spent 2 nights at the laguna, headed up to camp 1 with the car, moved to camp 2 same day and summited next morning. 7 hours from camp 2 in perfect weather.
stayed on the summit for about 30 minutes signing the book and enjoying the view. Right after descending a fierce snowstorm hit the mountain!
After climbing Aconcagua we reached Ojos very good acclimatized. The route itself was hard and the climb at the end not too difficult. The weather was perfect with only little wind, so we could stay half an hour on top.
5 days on the mountain after a great climb of Aconcagua. Climbed to 21000 ft with Stephen from France. The night before left 1 foot of snow and covered the route. We climbed for 8 hours then had to go down because of the storm. Still had a great time. If you are coming from Aconcagua I suggest calling Carlos Aguilar Vivar.
He is a great guy and cheaper than renting a 4WD truck. The Tejos hut is great, and it is crazy to sleep on a bunk at 19000 ft!
I was part of a small group in March, 1992, led by Greg Wilson, of Sun Valley, ID. No one else was on the mountain, thus we had the huts to ourselves. As described it was not technically difficult, except for the altitude and the ascent onto the summit ridge, which required a short rockclimb assisted with jumars. The summit was socked in with clouds- couldnt see a thing beyond a few dozen yards. I remember signing the summit register, but cant recall at all how many signatures were on it.
In contrast to all predictions we had no wind on summit day. Of course in the morning it was quite cold (-10 to -15°C), but 7 1/2 hours later on the summit (6.893m) in the sun it was so warm I didn't wear my GoreTex jacket. Sliding down the ash and scree fields it took us only 1 1/2 hours to return to High Camp (5.750m).