Monte San Lorenzo
San Lorenzo showing the route of ascent from the Chilean side.
|Elevation||3,706 m (12,159 ft) |
|Prominence||3,319 m (10,889 ft) |
|Isolation||135 kilometres (84 mi)|
Santa Cruz, Argentina/
Aisén, Chile border
|First ascent||1943 by Alberto María de Agostini|
Monte San Lorenzo, also known as Monte Cochrane, is a mountain on the border between Argentina and Chile in Patagonia, reaching a height of 3,706 metres (12,159 ft). The Chilean name of Cochrane comes from the nearby town of Cochrane where climbers often approach the mountain. The peak was first climbed by Alberto María de Agostini in 1943.
NASA image of San Lorenzo as seen from the south
- "Monte San Lorenzo, Argentina/Chile" Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 2011-11-20.
- "Argentina and Chile, Southern - Patagonia Ultra Prominences" Peaklist.org. Retrieved 2011-11-20.
- Peter Barry, "San Lorenzo", American Alpine Journal, 1973, p. 475. Available at AAJ Online[permanent dead link] (PDF).
- World Wildlife Fund; C.Michael Hogan. 2010. Magellanic subpolar forests. Encyclopedia of Earth, National Council for Science and the Environment. Washington DC
- USGS. "P 1386-I Chile and Argentina - Wet Andes: Northern Patagonian Andes". Retrieved 2006-11-04.
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