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Cerro El Muerto

Cerro el Muerto (sometimes "El Muerto" fully translated as The Dead One Hill") is a mountain peak of South America and is part of the Andes mountain range. It is also known as the 16th of the largest mountain peaks in the Argentine-Chilean border at . The first successful climb was made in 1950.

The peak does not receive many climbing attempts due to the difficulty of navigating there from the Argentinian side of the mountain. Also, the closest neighboring mountain is Ojos del Salado, South America's second highest peak and highest volcano in the South West, which receives much more tourism in comparison.

See also

List of mountains in Argentina


External links

Cerro el Muerto at Tageo.com

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