Agua Negra Region, Central Andes. In January, Horacio Sánchez went to this important zone with many virgin peaks. He ascended solo a peak (ca. 5100-5200 m) between the Paso de Agua Negra (4779 m) and the Glaciar de Agua Negra, a little north of the summits ascended by our party some years ago (see AAJ 1993, p. 174, and AAJ 1994, pp. 203-204). It was the second ascent of the mountain, named Cerro Raquel by the first party in 1986. Cerro Raquel lies on the border between Argentina and Chile.
Marcelo Scanu, Buenos Aires, Argentina