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Checking in from the Condor's Nest on Illimani, Bolivia. MM Collection
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December 18, 2014

Success and luxury in the heart of Mexico

Mountain Madness just wrapped up its second trip to Mexico for 2014 with it's "Orizaba Express" trip, a fast track to the top of North America's 3rd highest peak at 5,700 meters or 18,700 feet.  The week long trip began with a night in Mexico City 7,384 ft 2,250 m and continued with a visit to Teotihuacan, one of the most architecturally significant Mesoamerican sites in the Americas. [+] READ MORE

November 25, 2013

Putting the "Multi" in Multi-Sport

MM's Jaime Pollitte checks in as the first Mexico Mulit-Sport Adventure comes to a close. What a great way to discover Mexico!

Today the group would begin the day of their multi-sport adventure with a mix of activities.  After a large buffet breakfast that included handmade tortillas, fresh juices and plenty of tropical fruits, the group headed to the Rio Pescado for their safety briefing. [+] READ MORE

November 21, 2013

Debut Mexico Multi-Sport Adventure!

On November 9, Mountain Madness launched it's first Mexico Multi-Sport Adventure with Hector Ponce De Leon, one of Mexico's most famous mountaineers, as lead guide for the trip.  The first half of the trip would begin with attemps on on the volcanoes of Iztaccihuatl (17,154 feet / 5239 meters) and the Orizaba (18,404 feet / 5612 meters). [+] READ MORE

March 23, 2010

Mexican Hiatus on Soaring Limestone Walls in February

“No hay, no hay” the senorita keep saying, “no hay” as we begged for more blankets. My Spanish might have been a little rusty, but I usually know what “no” means. The “hay” part I still have no idea, but it probably referred to the fact that all the other climbers and campers at La Posada had what was left of the blankets. [+] READ MORE