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Into the Mountains: The Extraordinary True Story of Survival in the Andes and its Aftermath

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On October 13th 1972, a Uruguayan Air Force plane was lost without a trace in the Andes. Seventy days later the world was astonished to discover that sixteen of the forty-five passengers were still alive. Pedro Algorta, one of those sixteen, has never previously spoken of his experience but now breaks his silence of over forty years to give a first-hand account of one of the most incredible stories of human survival. We invite you to hear PedroΓÇÖs story as he launches his new book Into the Mountains: The Extraordinary True Story of Survival in the Andes and its Aftermath.

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Date: June 25, 2020

8 thoughts on “Into the Mountains: The Extraordinary True Story of Survival in the Andes and its Aftermath

  1. I'm planning the January 2020 trip to Mendoza to trek the Valley of Tears with Eduardo Strauch and Ricardo Pena. Eduardo wrote me back first and then Ricardo. I can't even contain myself. Training daily. 2 pack a day smoker, going down to 1 and hopefully half a pack a day by the time i head to Mendoza

  2. Saying there's a god to put them in such a position then be there to help them out is so insulting to what they went through and mainly insulting to Nando and Roberto. What a vile way to attribute a great feat of survival to some thing yet to be understood, discovered or have in place a shred of evidence for. All credits go to reality, Not fiction.

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