Local authorities announced on Tuesday that two French climbers who had been searching by the Argentine rescue team since Sunday in the Andean volcano Ojos del Salado, 6,891 m above sea level, had been found unharmed.
Redeemers Argentina The two were searched Monday
Mountaineers The Frenchman would have trouble in the face
Weather report The Andean volcano is rough in the Ojos del Salado area. The climbers he boarded sent a satellite disaster signal, and the rescue team
High mountain Came to work on Sunday afternoon.
The aid was at an altitude of about 5,500 m on Sunday evening, where they set up a makeshift camp, just before the resumption of research on Monday morning.
The tallest volcano in the world
SecouriLesstes was able to establish that the French team initially consisted of three people, one of whom returned for problems adapting to heights and the other two continued to climb. Police said the climber was “in good health”.
According to local media, French climbers arrived last week in Fiampala, 1,357 km northwest of Buenos Aires. They had to climb the 3,400 m, the so – called Quebrada de Quemadito trail, over the snow – capped peak of the Ojos de Salado, the world’s tallest volcano on the border between Chile and Argentina. Requires at least ten days of hiking.