Ecuador Volcanoes: Nugent & Team Prepare for Cotopaxi Summit

Posted by: Billy Nugent | January 16, 2013
Categories: *Expedition Dispatches *Ecuador
Elevation: 16,000'

The time spent relaxing at Chilcabamba was wonderful but like all good things came to an end. Fortunately for us, there will be more excitement to come as our adventure continues. We are about to make our move up to the Jose Ribas Refugio on Cotopaxi (over 16,000’) where we hope to get a little nap in before launching for the summit very early tomorrow morning. The weather pattern has been promising and with a little luck we will all be taking hero pics and exchanging high fives on the summit! But we’re not counting our chickens before the eggs hatch, Cotopaxi is a big mountain and deserves respect. Wish us luck!

More on the alpine escapades of this intrepid group as our program continues… Stay with us!

RMI Guide Billy Nugent

Sunset at the Jose Ribas Refugio on Cotopaxi. Photo: Billy Nugent

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OOOhhhhh!!  AAHHHHHH!!!  May the Force Be With You!  We’ll watch for Pix tomorrow!

Posted by: Deb on 1/17/2013 at 9:41 am

Best wishes as you venture on!

Posted by: Geoff on 1/16/2013 at 9:44 am

Go team go Our thoughts are with you all.  Have a safe journey to the top.  Can’t wait to hear all about it good luck Love Lise

Posted by: Lise on 1/16/2013 at 8:52 am

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