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This image is taken close to CLOSED hotel Refugio Placa de Mulas in mid-Dec 2013
You can see BaseCamp Plaza de Mulas right below the EastFace of Mt. Aconcagua and the police-station next to the hotel.
To the North there is the HORCONES superior the south you see down the Horcones Valley.

Right to the little police-station there is a tiny dark hut.
Far above this hut ...a little to the right... at the horizon, you see Mt.Bonete (alt 5.004masl) (the peak with some snow below it)

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Images à proximité de South America


A: Refugio placa de mulas

Par G.W.G M., à 30 mètres

This image is taken close to CLOSED hotel Refugio Placa de Mulas in mid-Dec 2013You can see BaseCamp ...

Refugio placa de mulas

B: Plaza de Mulas Mt.Aconcagua

Par G.W.G M., à 850 mètres

This image was taken in Dez. 2013 in Plaza de Mulas, 4300m altitude.It shows the Base Camp on the nor...

Plaza de Mulas Mt.Aconcagua

C: Horcones superior glacier -i2-

Par G.W.G M., A 1.3 km

This image shows Horcones superior Glacier to the North & northwest and Mt.Aconcagua to the west ...

Horcones superior glacier -i2-

D: Horcones superior glacier

Par G.W.G M., A 1.4 km

This image shows Horcones superior glacier in  mid-December 2013. On the opposite side Mt.Aconcagua (...

Horcones superior glacier

E: CampCanada, Aconcagua

Par G.W.G M., A 2.1 km

This pano is taken on Dec, 20 2013 in CampCanada (higcamp 1) (altitude 4900m) on the normal Route up ...

CampCanada, Aconcagua

F: Camp Nido de Condores

Par G.W.G M., A 3.7 km

This image was taken on Dec, 24 2013 in Camp Nido de Condores (altitude 5380m), high camp 2, on the n...

Camp Nido de Condores

G: Mirador close to Plaza Francia - Aconcagua

Par G.W.G M., A 11.5 km

This image is taken close to the MIRADOR 1 hr away from Plaza Francia.Close to the camera you can see...

Mirador close to Plaza Francia - Aconcagua

H: Above Camp Confluencia in Horcones Valley

Par G.W.G M., A 14.8 km

This image is taken in Dec 2013.The location (appr. 3600m) is right above Camp Confluencia (not visib...

Above Camp Confluencia in Horcones Valley

I: the inca lake

Par Patricio Armijo, A 21.1 km

the inca lake

J: Portillo Hotel

Par Patricio Armijo, A 21.2 km

Portillo Hotel

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