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High hopes fulfilled for CSU students climbing volcanoes in Ecuador

A year and a half in the making led to a worthwhile reality. The Outdoor Program left Colorado on the 2nd of January and landed in Quito, Ecuador, with high hopes of summiting not one, but two South American volcanoes, Cayambe, peaking at 18,’, and Chimborazo, peaking at 20,’. The team conquered Cayambe at 7 a.

Planning Andy Nelson and Rodney 205664 are the coordinator and assistant director of the Outdoor Program, respectively, and they took the lead for this day excursion through Ecuador. Salas decided he would do whatever it took to get Freund to the top.

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The logistics came together as the team began to obtain the necessary equipment and built their vision of what the trip would become. Chimborazo was the larger of the two volcanos, and would bring its own challenges. In January, a student from Colorado State University faced this challenge.

For CSU students interested in high-altitude mountaineering, the Outdoor Program is a great way to start.

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An Outdoor Program Trip with High Hopes

The duo peaked the volcano among the other nine team members. Chimborazo, the larger of the two volcanos, would bring its own challenges.

The entire team summited the mountain at 7: They began the summit at 1: Accommodations ranged from huts to base camp, and seasoned guides helped lead the way through challenges like unknown terrain behind every switchback.

Cayambe and Chimborazo were picked as the perfect adventure, with accommodations such as huts to basecamp and seasoned guides to help lead the way, and challenges including the unknown terrain behind every switchback. They began their ascent at Tags assigned to this story Student Recreation Center Students. Andy Nelson and Rodney Ley are the coordinator and assistant director of the Outdoor Program, respectively, and they took the lead for this day excursion through Ecuador.

More information is available at https: Cayambe, at 18, feet, and Chimborazo, at 20, feet. At the top they stood closer to the sun than any other point on the earth.

After careful consideration of high altitude volcanoes, accessible mountain peaks, welcoming culture, capability, and challenge, the two landed on Ecuador as the destination of choice. Their dreams came true only eight days later, after successfully standing on top of the second peak.

Fighting pey thoughts of failure was the hardest part. The Outdoor Program participants left Colorado on Jan. The team began training in the fall of by climbing and hiking at high altitudes, maintaining good health, and preparing themselves mentally for the long trek ahead.

The team began training in the fall of by climbing and hiking at high altitude, key good health, and preparing themselves 2056 for the long trek ahead. So, What Did it Take? The duo peaked the volcano, as did the other nine team members. Salas volunteered his stomach, the only warm place within miles, for Freund to thaw his frozen toes on.

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The team conquered Cayambe at 7: Their dreams came true only eight days later, as they stood on top of the second peak after summiting the first. Salas volunteered his stomach, the only warm place within miles, for Freund to thaw his frozen toes on.

What would you do if you lost feeling in your feet, climbing 19,’ above sea level in the Ecuadorian Andes, with only 1, to the peak? Nelson wasn’t surprised when the team successfully summited both volcanoes, especially with how strong each person was coming into the adventure. The eleven students landed in Quito, the capital of Ecuador.

It was a year and a half in the making. After careful consideration of high-altitude volcanoes, accessible mountain peaks, welcoming culture, capability and challenge, the two settled on the two volcanoes in Ecuador as the destination of choice. What would you do if you lost feeling in your feet in the Ecuadorian Andes, only 1, feet from the peak of a 20,foot volcano?

The entire team summited the mountain at 7 a. They began their ascent at 11 p.