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The Heroes Project Reports on Aconcagua: Part 3
Posted on May 31, 2013

Tim Wayne Medvetz of The Heroes Project recaps the Operation Aconcagua climb with USMC Corporal and double amputee Brad Ivanchan.

The Heroes Project Reports on Aconcagua: Part Two
Posted on May 29, 2013

Tim Wayne Medvetz of The Heroes Project recaps the Operation Aconcagua climb with USMC Corporal and double amputee Brad Ivanchan.

The Heroes Project Reports on Operation Aconcagua: Part One
Posted on May 27, 2013

Tim Wayne Medvetz of The Heroes Project recaps the Operation Aconcagua climb with USMC Corporal and double amputee Brad Ivanchan.

9000 Meter Challenge on Track with Aconcagua Summit
Posted on February 15, 2010

Jantoon Reigersman recently set out on a journey “from the bottom of the ocean to the top of the world.” It began with a 152-meter dive off the coast of Egypt and will culminate with the summit of Mt. Everest this May. His challenge is to make the world’s first 9000-meter ascent.

Climbing for a Friend
Posted on November 13, 2009

October 2-22, 2009 La Jaula, Argentina Those of us who climb mountains get asked a lot of questions. The one that gets asked the most is the shortest: Why? I usually like to say, “There are as many different answers as there are climbers.”

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Casa de Piedra – Aconcagua
Posted on January 20, 2009

Peter Whittaker reporting. After our celebration dinner and a good night’s sleep, we were ready to hit the trail early this morning. We had such a great day yesterday and our energy was still super upbeat today.

Summit Day – Aconcagua
Posted on January 19, 2009

Dave Hahn reporting. Last night at high camp, it just didn’t seem like we would get a chance to make the top of Aconcagua. It was snowing and socked in when I sent yesterday’s dispatch.