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Punta Olimpica from Quebrada Ulta
Peru

This dirt road to Punta Olimpica climbs higher and higher from Quebrada Ulta below and I was glad to have made it in one piece - here the view taken form the other side of the pass is wonderfully filled with so many amazing mountains of the Cordillera Blanca - from left to right are :

Huascaran South(6788m), Chopicalqui(6354m), Yanapacha(5460m) and Contahierbas (5960m and 6036m) respectively.

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Uploaded: 25/08/2011
Updated: 11/06/2014
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Tags: ulta; punta olimpica; contrahierbas; punta yanayacu; chopicalqui; huascaran; shilla; chacas; huascaran national park; cordillera blanca; peru
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