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Alejo Lazzati

Ale­jo fell in love with the moun­tains in his ear­ly years as a boy scout, and became a pro­fi­cient rock climber in his youth. Through these activ­i­ties, he met the friends that helped him sum­mit Ecuador’s famed peak Cotopaxi at age 14. Since then, Ale­jo has spent count­less days in the moun­tains and has shared this love with many aspir­ing climbers. He has climbed in Colom­bia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Argenti­na and recent­ly did some seri­ous alpine climb­ing in the Alps as part of his train­ing to obtain his UIAGM cer­ti­fi­ca­tion. Ale­jo is the sec­ond Ecuado­ri­an guide to achieve full UIAGM cer­ti­fi­ca­tion, one of very few US-cer­ti­fied Wilder­ness Emer­gency Med­ical Tech­ni­cians (WEMT), and a cer­ti­fied mem­ber of the ASEGUIM. He also works as a climb­ing, res­cue, and out­door med­i­cine instruc­tor. He enjoys trav­el­ing, hik­ing, scu­ba div­ing, run­ning and is a pret­ty darned good cook.