|Elevation||5,874 m (19,272 ft) |
La Paz Department, Larecaja Province, Sorata Municipality
|Parent range||Andes, Cordillera Real|
|First ascent||1-1962 via N.W. face,|
Calzada (possibly from Aymara qalsa, stones; or Spanish calzada, road) is a mountain in the Andes, about 5,874 m (19,272 ft) high, located in the Cordillera Real of Bolivia. It lies in the La Paz Department, Larecaja Province, on the border of the Sorata Municipality and the Guanay Municipality. It is situated south-east of Ancohuma, between the mountain Q'asiri in the north-west and Chearoco in the south-east, and east of San Francisco Lake.
- "Jill Neate, Mountaineering in the Andes" (PDF). rgs.org.
- wikimapia.org "Nevado Calzada "
- Neate, Jill (1994). "Bolivia". Mountaineering in the Andes. p. 16. ISBN 0-907649-64-5.
Nevado Calzada 5874m
- huayna-potosi.com Map of the Illampu massif and surroundings (north is upper left) showing "Cerro Calzada" on the right
- Biggar, John (2005). The Andes: A Guide for Climbers. Andes. p. 138. ISBN 9780953608720.
- Thomas A. Sebeok, Materials for an Aymara Dictionary, Journal de la Société des Américanistes, 1951, p. 133
- babylon.com Calzada (Spanish) - roadway; road; pavement; wearing shoes; equipped with shoes
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