Although we did not climb the actual summit (only the one really fit guy from our 4-person team did that, me and my wife made only a 6375 meter hump on the shoulder of the mountain and the last guy turned around in some 6150), we can definitely call Expedition Cerro Bonete Chico 2016 a success. Jirka, the guy who summitted the main peak at 6759 meters made probably either the first or second Czech summit of the peak and together with a Brazillian team of 4 he was second in this season (after an Austrian hutkeeper who sumitted a day earlier; btw. the fact that three teams met in the high camp was probably a historical first for Bonete, which almost nobody climbs). Additionally he summited also Nevado Quewar at 6140 (where we made it to some 5800) and some lesser peaks before for acclimatization.
Moving up above 6000 meters is hard as hell, but apart from that, the thing went amazingly smoothly. We made it all the way to the base of the mountain in a normal car (Corsa) despite everyone telling us it's impossible, saving $1000 for overpriced 4x4 transport and then we just run up in three days and down in one, spending two rather harsh nights in 5900 meters. This all worked thanks to unbelievable weather luck and two weeks of dedicated acclimatization (that included the other six-thousander in Quewar).
It will take some time to produce more photos, as they are mostly in the form of multi-shot panoramas (we took only the 24mm STM lens with us to save weight), but I promise they will be awesome - the landscape of Argentine altiplano is not possible to describe in words! It is probably one of the most underappreciated places on the whole planet - but the fact that we had the mountains mostly all for ourselves really added a lot to the experience.