Climb Aconcagua in 3D
Unfortunately life cannot be one huge expedition. But when times get tough sitting back at home in normal life, I often ‘escape’ into the outdoors, using my computer and Google Earth.
I still find it amazing that we can sit at home and explore our entire planet with the click of a mouse.
Here is a 3D fly through I created using Google Earth of the Polish Glacier climbing route on Aconcagua in Argentina – South America’s highest mountain. I climbed this route in 2005 with Australian climber Vanessa Wills. We did it as a two-person team, on the smell of an oily rag and I still smile at the fond memories I have from the climb.
It was tough work though so I have made it easier for you – in 3 minutes watch it from the comfort of your PC!
Posted on February 10, 2014, in 3d flythrough, Aconcagua, Argentina, 2005 and tagged aconcagua, aconcagua 3d, climb aconcagua in 3d. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.
That is so cool!! Thank you! Lisa Burrow
Thanks LIsa, Glad you liked it, now you have seen it on the computer its time for you to go and visit it yourself!
How about a 3D across the Atlantic, Indian or Pacific Oceans? Coast to Coast. …
It would look kind of boring flying all the way across the sea though Mr Greg????