American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

Cerro Tronador, Pico Internacional, Finito Sur

South America, Argentina and Chile, Northern Patagonia

  • Climbs And Expeditions
  • Author: Marcelo Scanu, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Climb Year: 2010
  • Publication Year: 2011

In October, Argentines Tomy Aguiló and Luciano Fiorenza ascended this ca 3,500m mountain near Bariloche, Argentina, by a new route they named Finito Sur (550m, 80° mixed, 5th class rock). Their route climbs to the highest of Tronador’s three summits (Pico Internacio- nal, a.k.a. Anón). In 2009 Fiorenza, Jorge Ackermann, and José Bonacalza made a variation to the Clausen (normal) Route, calling it Generación Descartable (300m, 85°).

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