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    Why go with us?


    For over 28 years we have been exploring and climbing in Mexico. we are your best choice for exploring the Mexican volcanos. We can serve all levels of mountaineering and give you an enjoyable and unforgettable experience. Our mountain guides have the experience and knowledge of the Mexican volcanos to ensure your safe and successful ascent, our first priorities. We have a growing number of happy and satisfied summiteers..come and enjoy the outdoors with us! In addition, we share our culture and history on all of our

    trips...so, “Andale, andale!!”

    About Us


    We are a group of mountain guides with experience in rescues, trekking, high altitude mountaineering, rock climbing and caving. We have shared our mountaineering experiences with other mountain guides from Mexico, Europe, and the United States, and various professional athletes. Above all, we would like to guide you, share our knowledge with you, and embark on an outdoor adventure

    Iztaccihuatl 5254m / 17224ft
    and
    Malinche (4400m) / 14435ft

    Season 2014 - 2015
     

    If you do not have any experience in high altitude, you could do a “ first expedition“ , you can climb a high mountain in Mexico:

    So we recommend a expedition “ my first expedition “

    We have a program of gradual acclimatization for novice people like this:


    1 day

    will meet you at the Mexico City International Airport (225m) / 7381 ft or place and transport you to Teotihuacan (Aztecs Piramyds) and rest in Malinche Hut (3085m) / 10121ft . beginning the acclimatization process.


    2 day


    One trekking day in "la Malinche" (4400m) / 14435ft is a nice mountain, first walking in forest and next in high altitude, go back to the hut.

    Malinche Hut (3082m) / 10111 ft.


    3 day.


    we drive through gorgeous high-elevation terrain to the slopes of Popocatepetl and Ixta. We can explore a fantastic market in Amecameca or make last minute purchases. Our drive continues towards Popo-Ixta National Park and to the Paso de Cortez, named after Cortez crossed the pass in 1529 en route to the city of Tenochtitlan. We will spend the night in the lodge at camp Altzomoni (3950m)/ 11,703'


    4day


    Small walk in alcalican valley (acclimatization day)


    5 day

    Ascender at "Grupo de Los Cien" (4780m) / 15682ft hut, 

    Ascender to first summit in las "rodillas" (5050m.) / 16568ft and if you feel good you can go to the principal summit "los pechos" (5256m.) 17224ft and go back to Mexico City


    Including :

    - Transportation from Mexico City (airport or hotel) to the mountains and back.

    - mountain guides.

    - collective gear; ropes, carabineers, tends, etc. (optional personal gear like crampons, ice tools, sleeping bag, head lamp, etc.) please check our web site to see all the gear you need,(section mountain equipment)

    -Ascender certificate (diploma )
    -Mountain permissions

    - Comunication with base camp and mountain rescue.

    - base camp

    - water purified in bottle.

    - Overnight in double room at the itinerary


    Cost: My first expedition


    Without meals:


    In this option (most recommended), you can bring your food, or by the way we can stop to buy food in a supermarket (like wall mart) and you can choose what is best for you, we bring stove with gas, dishes and accessories, also purified water in bottles 20 liters, so you can refill your water containers.

     

    cost  each one: in

    US dollar each one:

    My first expedition whitout meals
    people              My First Expedition

    6 ........................380
    5 ........................380
    4 ........................460
    3 ........................460
    2 ........................550
    1 ........................690

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    My fisrt expedition With Meals only at the mountain:

    In this option we can include foods at the mountain  (not including restaurants, no grocery stores) if do you prefer this option you will comment when write us.

     

    My fisrt expedition whit moutain meals in american dolar each one
    people             My First Expedition

    6 ........................460
    5 ........................460
    4 ........................520
    3 ........................520
    2 ........................710
    1 ........................760

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    Contact us

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    where is Iztaccihuatl (White woman)
    Iztaccíhuatl is located in Mexico

    Location
    México and Puebla, Mexico

    Coordinates
    19°10′44″N 98°38′30″WCoordinates: 19°10′44″N 98°38′30″W[3]

    Iztaccíhuatl (alternative spellings include Ixtaccíhuatl, or either variant spelled without the accent) (About this sound istakˈsiwatɬ (help·info) or, as spelled with the x, /iʃtakˈsiwatɬ/), is a 5,230 m (17,160 ft) dormant volcanic mountain in Mexico located on the border between the State of Mexico and Puebla. It is the nation's third highest, after Pico de Orizaba 5,636 m (18,491 ft) and Popocatépetl 5,426 m (17,802 ft).

    The name "Iztaccíhuatl" is Nahuatl for "White woman", reflecting the four individual snow-capped peaks which depict the head, chest, knees and feet of a sleeping female when seen from east or west.

    Iztaccíhuatl lies to the north of Popocatépetl, to which it is connected by the high altitude Paso de Cortés. Depending on atmospheric conditions the dormant volcano is visible much of the year from Mexico City some 70 km (43 mi) to the northwest.

    The first recorded ascent was made in 1889, though archaeological evidence suggests the Aztecs and previous cultures climbed it previously. It is the lowest peak containing permanent snow and glaciers in Mexico.
     

     

     

     

     

     

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