Lifestraw Drinking Bottle – Mount Aconcagua 2017

Lifestraw Drinking Bottle At Mount Aconcagua 2017




Drinking Glacier Water using filter system inside Lifestraw Bottle



It’s a very dry season at Mount Aconcagua. When Ravi and his clients reached Mendoza and after few days rest and preparation, they move to Penitentes and start the trek to Plaza De Mulas.


First stop is Camp Confluencia, located at 3200-meter altitude and the water source for climbers are from natural glacier melting. the water is full of minerals and smells strong. Ravi is using LifeStraw GO for this 7000-meter expedition of the highest mountain in South America Continent.





He finds it easy to just take the water from the pond and just drink directly from the bottle. Lifestraw Go able to convert this water into drinkable water immediately.


Some of the features with LifeStraw Go. 


  • Uses replaceable activated carbon capsule to reduce bad taste, chlorine and organic chemical matter for up to 100 liters (26 gallons)
  • Uses advanced hollow fiber membrane technology (0.2 microns) to remove waterborne bacteria and protozoa up to 4,000 liters (1,000 gallons)
  • Removes 99.999999% of waterborne bacteria (>LOG 8 reduction), including E-Coli
  • Removes 99.999% of waterborne protozoan parasites (>LOG 5 reduction), including Giardia & Cryptosporidium