American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

South America, Argentine-Chilean Patagonia, Cervantes, 1992

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Cervantes, 1992. Cervantes (2380 meters, 7808 feet), which lies west of Lago Argentino, was climbed during the eighth Cordillera and Trekking Guides Course. They crossed the Brazo Rico of Lago Argentino to establish Base Camp on October 6, 1992. The next day they reached the Buscaini Camp after ascending the southern edge of the Perito Moreno Glacier. On October 8, 1992, they climbed the 1800 vertical meters to the summit, which was reached by Alberto del Casillo, Tonchek Arko, Oscar Pandolfi, Jorge Lemos, Bernardo Roig, Claudio Schurer-Stolle, Alberto Seufferheld, Janko Gorse, Martín Drake, Claudio Romero, Claudio Calefón, Damián Llabres, Daniel Azzari and Pablo Künzle.

Marcelo Scanu, Grupo de Montaña Huamán, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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