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Mesapata Pass at 4,460m
Peru

The view from Paso Mesapata (4.460m) is dominated by Mt Pucahirca (6,040m) directlt opposite. Sitting below its many peaks are the two lakes of Safuna but only the lower one could be seen here.

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Uploaded: 10/05/2013
Updated: 11/06/2014
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Tags: alpamayo; mesapata; pucahirca; huillca; jancarurish; rinrihirca; safuna; cordillera blanca; andes; ancash; peru
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