Mexico Volcanoes: Team Prepares for Summit Bid on Orizaba

Posted by: JJ Justman | October 26, 2012
Categories: *Expedition Dispatches *Mexico
Elevation: 14,000'

Hello RMI Blog,

This is JJ Justman.  We are done resting and relaxing in the town of Puebla, and are now at our camp on Orizaba at 14,000’. A nice little spot everyone is guiding out our tents making sure they do not blow away in the wind.  We do have a little bit of a breeze, but the weather is beautiful. They are calling for a bit of a cold front tonight so it might be chilly, but we are planning on waking up early and going for the summit of Orizaba tomorrow morning, most likely at 2 o’clock in the morning we will be walking on out.

The team is doing great, we are well rested, well fed, and we are looking forward to see what Orizaba has to offer. Stay tuned we will give you a call tomorrow to let you know how everyone is doing.
Everyone on the team says, “Hello!”

RMI Guide JJ Justman & Team

A Pre-Dawn Ascent of Orizaba - RMI Photo Collection

JJ Justman and Team checking in before Summit Bid

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