American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

South America, Argentina–Central Andes, Cerro Imán from the Southeast

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  • Publication Year: 1992

Cerro Imán from the Southeast. Miguel Beorchia and local hillman Roberto Vega approached by the Arroyo Caserones and on May 17 made the first ascent of the southeast face of Cerro Imán (5467 meters, 17,938 feet). The mountain had been previously climbed by a different route by pre-Columbian Indians and in 1969 by an Italo-Argentine party.

Marcelo Scanu, Grupo Andino Huamán, Buenos Aires

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