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Maximo camping in Atacama desert caves.
courtesy Maximo Kausch, SOURCE
Sharp 6000 meter ridge in Bolivia
courtesy Maximo Kausch, SOURCE
Bike stuck in a sand and ice crevasse.
courtesy Maximo Kausch, SOURCE
Maximo at Coropuna, a new 6000m.
courtesy Maximo Kausch, SOURCE
Fueling up at Tolar Grande, Argentine
courtesy Maximo Kausch, SOURCE
Inca ruins at 6730 meter, Llullaillaco, Argentine
courtesy Maximo Kausch, SOURCE
Ammonite fossil found at 5000 meter
courtesy Maximo Kausch, SOURCE
Maximo at summit of Bonete Chico, 6750 meter
courtesy Maximo Kausch, SOURCE

Maximo Kausch going for all 6000ers in the Andes

Posted: Sep 04, 2013 04:46 pm EDT

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(Newsdesk) They are the new homeless: adventurers hitting the road with what little resources they have. Maximo's dream was born on Cho Oyu. It led to a motorbike, forensic altitude mapping, digital route pioneering, peaks with five names and a huge Inca structure found at 6000 meters. During the last year the climber has been on a unique mission in the Andes. Here goes the story in his own words. About 1 year ago I started to climb all the 6000ers in the Andes. I had no idea what I was...

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