Pomerape

la foto es tomada desde el volcan Parinacota, el campamento base se establece en la base del volcan (en la fota abajo e la izquierda) la ruta pasa directa hasta la rimalla que se ve, luego se va a la derecha y se toma directo a la cumbre. para mas informacion comuniquese a pat_terray@hotmail.com

Elevation (feet): 20,554
Elevation (meters): 6,265
Continent: South America
Country: Chile
Range/Region: Central Argentina-Chile
Latitude: -18.125833
Longitude: -69.1275
Difficulty: Technical Climb
Best months for climbing: Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
Year first climbed: 1999
First successful climber(s): Ernesto Olivares
Nearest major airport: Arica
Convenient Center: Putre

Thanks to Patricio Uribe and Terrill Thompson for contributing to these details. (View history)

Trip Reports

NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name

There are 5 trip reports for Pomerape.

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  • Log #16854 - by Pedro Ibarra on Mar 14, 2003
    We arrived to the Sajama Nat. park thanks to the help of Dr.Hugo Berrios from La Paz. After climbing Parinacota, we didn't expect climb another 6000, but Pomerape was so close from our campsite.
  • Log #16855 - by Pedro Hauck on Dec 22, 2002
    Climb it by the south face!!!
  • Log #16856 - by Joost van der Sluis and Taco Hofman on May 01, 2002
    Pomerape, we thought an easy starter, as warming up for Parinacota, its twin close by. Well, it was more difficult than expected. A lot of snow on the mountain, due to some bad weather some days...
  • Log #16857 - by paul morris on Dec 29, 2001
    beautiful, beautiful mountain and I'd say the whole area. Great views over Parinacota and Sajama. Easy ascent class II. We got all the info, transportation and general logistics at Bolivian Journeys...
  • Log #16858 - by Paul Hudson on Nov 07, 2001
    A nice peak with a short (50m app.) steeper slope of 60 degrees near the top. We climbed it from Sajama Village, Bolivia, from the col with Parinacota along the south ridge. It has a broad summit...