Mt. Vinson is the highest peak in Antarctica, part of the Seven Summits circuit, a special destnation, a place where only a few people came. In Romania, the first mountaineer who climbed this peak is Crina Coco Popescu, member of Club Mountain Altitude, also setting a world record and age, being the youngest climber in the world on the top. Have reached the Mt. Vinson, in Romania, only 3 climbers, making it a challenge to achieve this peak, representing a notable performance.
Route description: Vinson Massif is part of the chain mutos Sentinel Range (Ellsworth Mountains), located in West Antarctica. It was discovered in 1935 by the American explorer Lincoln Ellsworth. Massive is the highest on the continent (Mt.Vinson - 4892 m.) Rise is on the west side, with two intermediate camps, base camp being at the bottom of the glacier Brascomb.
Day 1: Arrive in Punta Arenas. Accommodation at the hotel.
Day 2: Last purchase of equipment and other products from Punta Arenas.
Day 3: Presentation at the Adventure Network. last preparations of luggage.
Day 4: Flight to Antarctica - Union Gleciar
Day 5: Flight Gleciar Union - base camp of Mount Vinson.
Day 6: Acclimatization and preparation for ascension.
Day 7: Ski walking to camp 2 approx. 8 hours. Overnight in camp 2.
Day 8: Square climbed to the top camp approx. 6 hours. Overnight in camp top.
Day 9: Day of acclimatization.
Day 10: Peak day.
Day 11 : Reserve day in case of bad weather. Day 12: Reserve day in case of bad weather.
Day 13: Reserve day. Zuia 14: Lowering the base camp. Day 15: Last preparations for the flight to Union Gleciar.
Day 16: Gleciar flight to Union.
Day 17: Flight Gleciar Union - Punta Arenas.
The price includes: Book hotel in Punta Arenas Presentation before the flight to Antarctica
Food and accommodation in Antarctica Equipment for climbing and all the facilities team in base camp Guides and other "support staff" Transportation of 25 kg in Antarctica
Price does not include:
Flights to Punta Arenas Food and accommodation in Punta Arenas Personal equipment for climbing and base camp Checked in Antarctica more than 25 kg ($ 70 for each additional kg) Insurance of at least $ 300,000