The expedition left Bahia Inglesa with 12 guests plus 3 guides and the base camp manager, 16 members in all, the 29th on November 2016.

The acclimatization process started with 2 nights camping in Pedernales salt flat, at 3.362m and the climb of Cerro Doña Ines 5.095m.

Checking the weather reports, soon it became very clear that the planned summit day for the main goal, Ojos Del Salado, would be extremely windy, with more than 100 km/h on the summit.

The expedition leaders managed to find a way around this adverse weather conditions and despite strong winds, ten expedition members successfully summited Vulcan San Francisco 6.018m and then six team members summited Ojos del Salado, four guests plus two ChileMontaña guides.

Sincere compliments to all expedition members, who made this expedition possible, successful and safe once again.

And special thanks to the mountains guides and expedition leaders Ryuseki Hiraoka (RYUSEKI EXPEDITIONS) and Sean Disney (ADVENTURE DYNAMICS) who decided once again to trust ChileMontaña for this great adventure.

Ojos del Salado December 2016

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