Cerro Aconcagua

December 13, 2008 - Jan 3, 2009


This is the story of three friends who went south for the winter to try to climb the highest mountain in the western hemisphere. Aconcagua stands nearly 23,000 feet tall, rising out of the Argentine Andes and towering about the surrounding desert landscape, earning its Quechua name: The Stone Sentinel.

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