American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

South America, Central Argentina

  • Climbs And Expeditions
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  • Publication Year: 1958

Central Argentina. Members of the Club Andinista Mendoza made the following first ascents: in the Cordón de las Delicias, the Cerro San Jorge (17,257 feet), January 27, 1957 by Daniel Bari, Ricardo Ciancio, Leopoldo Fanelli, Carlos Ferrero, Fabio Mohovich, and Hugo Santi, and the Cerro CAM (16,733 feet) by Santi alone; in the Tres Mogotes group above the Río de las Carreras, the Cerro Marucho (18,012 feet), January 23, and the Punta Chiquita (18,045 feet), February 4, both by Mauro Bodo; in the Quebrada Matienzo region, the Pico San Antonio (16,733 feet), January 21, by Teófilo Funes, Jorge Luis Pallucchini, and Ulises Vitale, the Pico Río de Janeiro (17,061 feet), January 24, by Helena Roemer Campello, Funes, Pallucchini, and Vitale, the Cerro Brasil (17,389 feet), January 28, by Laercio Martino, Otelio Cantero, Antonio Marcos de Oliveira, Gilberto de Oliveira, Mario de Araujo, Funes, Pallucchini, and Funes, and the Cerro Pasteur (18,045 feet), January 28, by Raúl Rodríquez.

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