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Aconcagua from Cerro Plata 27th March 2009

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    Ms Traveling Pants:

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Aconcagua from Cerro Plata

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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

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