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|Elevation||6,200 m (20,300 ft)|
|Location||Argentina - Chile|
|Parent range||Cordillera de la Ramada|
The first ascent of the mountain was by a Polish expedition in 1934, when a cairn was erected on the summit. In 2013 German climber Florian Hill opened up a direct route on the northwest face of Cerro Ramada.
- S. W. Daszynski, 'A Polish Expedition to the High Andes', in The Geographical Journal, vol. 84, no. 3 (September 1934), pp. 215-223
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