One of the mountains of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field in South America, located in the border between Argentina and Chile. Although it’s height is only 3128 m it is considered to be one of the hardest peaks on the planet due to it’s technical difficulty, severe weather conditions and the mushroom of rime ice on the top, formed by the constant strong winds.
Torres del Paine
Situated in the Torres del Paine National Park in Chile these vast granite towers offer extremely difficult and echnical big wall climbing and are a challenge for the most experienced climbers. Our main goal there is to be the first ulgarian climbers on one of the summits and to put up a new route if the severe weather conditions allow it.
Fitz Roy massif
Putting up a new route on one of the spires of the Fitz Roy massif will be a major achievement. It will also serve as a reparation for the other main goal – putting up a Bulgarian route on one of the Torres del Paine towers.
One of the spires on the Torre massif. Climbing it will serve as preparation and acclimatization for accomplishing the main goal – Cerro Torre.
Aguja Saint Exupery
Not as impressive as Cerro Torre, but due to the length of its climbing routes and the extreme weather conditions it hares the same big wall reputation as most Patagonian peaks.