Comandante Cabot

Elevation (feet): 19,288
Elevation (meters): 5,879
Continent: South America
Country: Argentina
Range/Region: Central Argentina-Chile
Latitude: -30.33021
Longitude: -69.82353
Difficulty: Walk up
Best months for climbing: Jan, Dec
Year first climbed: 2010
First successful climber(s): Pablo David González
Nearest major airport: San Juan
Convenient Center: San Juan

Thanks to pablo david gonzález and Terrill Thompson for contributing to these details. (View history)

Comandante Cabot peak is located in Olivares range, south of Agua Negra International Road, in San Juan Province. It is situated 11km to the norwest of Olivares Central peak (6250m. Comandante Cabot peak hadn't any ascent like many peaks of this area. In December 19th, 2010, was climbed by Pablo David González. It was named "Comandante Cabot" in memory of an independence hero. Cabot crossed the Andes by the Guana Pass, located near the peak, two hundred years ago during the independence war.

Three or four days are necesary to climb the peak, starting at "Pircas Negras" (3800m) at the International Road.

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