American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

South America, Argentine-Chilean Patagonia, Cerro CABA

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  • Publication Year: 1994

Cerro CABA. Cerro CABA (2500 meters, 8202 feet), the highest summit of the Cordón Pico Alto, lies in the region of El Bozón on the Argentine-Chilean border. It was first climbed in 1951. Fernán González and Lucas Angelino went to Lago Puelo, crossed by boat to it and reached the summit on February 7. They climbed it by the ridge that finishes in the north face. They found a testimony of the second ascent in 1958.

Marcelo Scanu, Grupo de Montaña Huamán, Buenos Aires

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