SOUTH AMERICA’S HIGHEST SUMMIT
ALTITUDE: 6,962m (22,841 ft) DIFFICULTY RATE: Technical 2 Physical 3-4 SUMMIT GPS POINT: S 32 39.13 W 70 00.45 ELEVATION GAIN: (Base camp to Summit) Normal route: 2,692m + trekking DISTANCE: (Base camp to Summit) Normal route: 12 Km DURATION: 21 days SEASON: December - January - February
Aconcagua is the tallest mountain in the Western Hemisphere. It sits entirely within Argentina just east of the border with Chile, some 150 Km east of the Pacific Ocean. At 6,692m, the “Stone Centinel” (Centinela de Piedra) towers above all other mountains in the Andes Range.
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