Mt. Aconcagua

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Leonard Welthagen22:07:22401.08km10,038mVirtual14.05.2020
Vickus Meyer13:32:31213.55km8,906mVirtual12.04.2020
Nigel Laver20:53:25345.62km8,850mTar14.12.2019
Brett Rogers22:21:51372.21km9,505mTar14.12.2019
Clinton Poson21:21:55348.79km8,851mTar14.12.2019

Aconcagua (Spanish pronunciation: [akoŋˈkaɣwa]) is the highest mountain outside of Asia,[3] being the tallest in both the Southernand Western Hemispheres[1] with a summit elevation of 6,960.8 metres (22,837 ft). It is located in the Principal Cordillera[4] of the Andes mountain range, in the Mendoza ProvinceArgentina, and lies 112 km (70 mi) northwest of its capital, the city of Mendoza, about five km (3.1 mi) from San Juan Province and 15 km (9.3 mi) from the international border with Chile. The mountain itself lies entirely within Argentina, immediately east of Argentina’s border with Chile.[5] The nearest higher peak is Tirich Mir in the Hindu Kush, 16,520 kilometres (10,270 mi) away. It is one of the Seven Summits.