- Antoine Cayrol
- David Lacoste
- Paul Dudas
- Emmanuel Chance
- Laurent Bibollet
- Yann Delevaux
- Karine Payot
This Saturday, December 13 we went near Cape Horn where we found a strong sea according to sailors and a real storm in the words of mountaineers! Winds of more than 50 knots (90 km/h) with a very reduced visibility.
After 2 sunny days, we finally met very bad weather.
We just ski in Cuverville for a few hours and observe a colony of penguins.
Last Thursday, the fragmented pack ice and icebergs were brought back by a strong south-west wind in Penola Canal leading to the peak Rio Branco.
The second twin tower Cape Renard has no secrets!
It has just been climbed by our climbers in 13 hours round trip.
We arrived the day before yesterday in the Cape Renard sector after several hours of navigation under cloudy weather. Fortunately, thinning air allowed us to clearly see the two rock towers and identify an area for alpinists to land.