Cerro Matus or Titlis, 1993, Northern Patagonia. In February, 1993, Argentines Patricio Figueredo, Sebastián González Chiozza, Osvaldo Méndez and guide Darío Remorino climbed Cerro Matus (1860 meters, 6102 feet: also called Titlis), on the border with Chile, south of Cerro Cacho and west of Lago Espejo in the Nahuel Huapi National Park. They found a paper of Otto Meiling dated February 22, 1941, recording the first ascent. Since Remorino had been on the summit once before, this was probably the third ascent.
Marcelo Scanu, Grupo de Montaña Huamán, Buenos Aires, Argentina