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Jirishanca

Overview

Elevation:
6,126m / 20,098ft
Mountain Range:
Andes
Continent:
South America
Country:
Peru
First ascent:
1957

Description

Jirishanca is a notoriously difficult climb located in the Huayhuash Range in Peru. Its name translates as "Hummingbird Bill Peak", but is known also as 'The Matterhorn of the Andes' due to its pyramid shape.

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