Categories

Photo of Climbers on Dome de Miage ridge, France on ExposedPlanet.com Photo of Girl playing with rocks, Phakding, Nepal on ExposedPlanet.com Photo of School kids in Tanzania on ExposedPlanet.com Photo of Parking space in Taschi Dzom, Tibet on ExposedPlanet.com Photo of View from High camp of Denali to Mt Foraker on ExposedPlanet.com Photo of Basecamp of Carstensz Pyramid, Papua on ExposedPlanet.com Photo of Nepali girl selling stuff at Kathmandu market on ExposedPlanet.com Photo of Commuters on a ferry in Istanbul, Turkey on ExposedPlanet.com Photo of Climber descending on the summit ridge of Denali, Alaska USA on ExposedPlanet.com

Aconcagua from Cerro Plata 27th March 2009

One Response to “Aconcagua from Cerro Plata”

  1. 1
    Ms Traveling Pants:

    You can see some awesome pix from Argentina at the new national site:
    http://www.argentina.travel
    Check it out Ms Traveling Pants
    http://www.mstravelingpants.travel

  • Canon EOS 5D
  • 0.000 s (1/2500) (1/2500)
  • f/4.5
  • aperture priority (semi-auto)
  • 100
  • 2007:12:21 16:36:04
  • matrix
  • 135.00 (135/1)
  • Auto Exposure
Aconcagua from Cerro Plata

The story behind "Aconcagua from Cerro Plata"

Cerro Plata is not much of a climb, merely a long hike up. But once you get closer to the summit of the about 6000m high mountain by battling against the cold wind and the effects of altitude, you will be rewarded with a special sight:
a view across the Argentinean Andes Range towards the South Face of the highest mountain outside Asia, Cerro Aconcagua, one of the 7 summits

(1 comment, add yours: click the link above the image, or share using the buttons.)

Share your Planet!

Click the buttons below to Tweet, Stumble, Reddit or Digg!

Categories:
7 summitsArgentinaLandscapesMountainsSouth America

URL: http://exposedplanet.com/aconcagua-from-cerro-plata/