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A Slice of Life

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Variety in climbing keeps the bordom bugs away. Climbing Orizaba (18,410') in Mexico. Photo by: Loren Larsen
Submitted by: fdny-161 on 2006-06-21
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Garret Kovack inside the Aztec ruins at Cholula!

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Rest day between epic snow on Ixtacihuatl and Orizaba.
Submitted by: nefarious1 on 2006-03-14
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Predawn summit light on Orizaba

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After deciding to beat the crowds out of the noisy hut; we made excellent time, summiting by dawn and having lunch back at the hut in time to catch the afternoon ride w/ Sr Reyes.
Submitted by: nefarious1 on 2006-03-14
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Crater Rim

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This is the crater Rim of the Pico the Orizaba. A beautiful mountain. From here you go to the right and get to the summit.
Submitted by: eduardoo_85 on 2006-02-26
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Ascending Pico de Orizaba

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This is my climbing partner Daniel on our ascent of the Pico de Orizaba. We are high on the glacier right before the inclination increases to about 55`. This mountain finishes in a crater traverse, beautiful.
Submitted by: eduardoo_85 on 2006-02-23
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el amanecer

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rumbo a la cumbre...y empezando a amanecer
Submitted by: erikuas on 2005-12-18
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summit cone of Orizaba

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Cool clouds near the summit of Orizaba in March 2004. The penitentes were no fun to walk down.
Submitted by: atg200 on 2004-03-22
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Pico de Orizaba & Maize Bundles

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at 18,500 ft, El Pico de Orizaba is the third highest peak in North America, behind Denali and Mt. Logan in Canada. this is the tantalizing view of Orizaba (Citlaltépetl) from the 4X4 road leading up the mountain to Piedra Grande. the haziness is caused by pollution and the burning of surrounding corn fields. photo by jackscoldsweat.
Submitted by: gravitysucks on 2004-03-15
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Dawn above the clouds

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6am, 17,000 feet, the day after Thanksgiving on the Jamapa Glacier on Pico de Orizaba (aka Citlaltepetl).
Submitted by: neph on 2004-01-04
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More Beckey sightings. Adventure #12,379 and counting...

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Fred Beckey travels to Mexico for a climb of Volcán Citlaltépetl (Pico de Orizaba) 18,410' (5,610m). No turning back now... Nikon Coolpix 950. 12-18-03 - foto by "Juan Maderita"
Submitted by: climbbaja on 2003-12-20 | Last Modified: 2007-06-30
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Summit of Orizaba

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This is the marker for the "summit" of orizaba. The summit is just the highest point along the crater rim, The real summit would have been mugh higher several thousand years ago before it erupted.
Submitted by: capn_morgan on 2003-12-19
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View from Orizaba

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This is the view from near the rim of Orizaba. This is look back toward Tlachichuca.
Submitted by: capn_morgan on 2003-12-19
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Approaching Orizaba

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This is from the approach to the base of the mountain. The Hut is "just" up over that little ridge in the forground. I would suggest following the road though, short cuts OVER things at 14K arent all that short :P
Submitted by: capn_morgan on 2003-12-19
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Morning View of Orizaba

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This is the view we woke up to after our first nigth on the approach march to Orizaba from Tlachichuca(sp?). We were camped in a corn field just outside of Hidalgo Mexico.
Submitted by: capn_morgan on 2003-12-19
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Sunrise on the Jampa Glacier

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I took this just after we started climbing up the glacier. This picture doesnt even begin to do the sunrise justice. I highly recomend this route as it was alot of fun, with incredible scenery, yet was not very technical and did not take very long. we did the climb over spring break and had a few days to spare which we spent in Pueblo, mexico chillin and eatin. http://www.mjgradziel.com/mexico02/mex2002.html thats my friends website with more pics and his trip report.
Submitted by: capn_morgan on 2003-10-15
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High on the Jamapa Glacier

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View of the Jamapa Glacier on Pico de Orizaba taken from near the crater rim. The red peak below is the Sarcofogo. The photo was taken in March in very dry icy conditions-the glacier was suncupped ice with very little snow.
Submitted by: atg200 on 2001-12-05
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Orizaba from near Tlachichuca

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This is Pico de Orizaba from the road leading to the refugio from Tlachichuca. Our driver stopped several times to let us out and take pictures.
Submitted by: atg200 on 2001-11-29
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Bloque en el Pico

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Haciendo bloque cerca del albergue en la norte del Pico
Submitted by: steelgrc on 2009-06-17
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