American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

South America, Argentina—Central Andes, Cerro Pire and Other First Ascents, 1989

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  • Publication Year: 1991

Cerro Pire and Other First Ascents, 1989. In early March of 1989, a large Argentine-Italian group, led jointly by A. Toujas and Francesco Santon, made the following first ascents: Cerro Pire (3850 meters, 12,631 feet), Cerro de la Natividad (3810 meters, 12,500 feet) and P 4250 (13,944 feet). These are in the Sosneado group north of the Atuel River and south of Mendoza.

Evelio Echevarría

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