Dos Picos (Cerro)

Elevation (feet): 7,464
Elevation (meters): 2,275
Continent: South America
Country: Argentina
Range/Region: Patagonia
Latitude: -47.545107
Longitude: -72.174831
Difficulty: Technical Climb
Best months for climbing: Jan, Oct, Nov, Dec
Year first climbed: 1977
First successful climber(s): R. Hoare - G. Moseley East Summit/ P.Fatti-J.Moss-R. Smithers-G.Pallister West Summit/
Nearest major airport: Buenos Aires
Convenient Center: calafate

Thanks to alberto rampini for adding this peak.

As its name says, this wild peak, situated near Monte San Lorenzo and East from Cerro Hermoso, has two summits. First and second climbers in 1977 (East Summit) and 1980 (West summit) were from South Africa. Third climbers were the italians Gino Buscaini and Silvia Metzeltin from Paso Hermoso in 1985. Fourth climbers were the italians Davide Brighenti and Alberto Rampini in 1987, climbing a new technical ice route, named Zorro Colorado, along the 800 meters high South Face.

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

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