Saka Wikipédia, Bauwarna Mardika abasa Jawa / Saking Wikipédia, Bauwarna Mardika abasa Jawi
Aconcagua from park entrance.
|Elevasi||6.962 m (22.841 ft)|
|Prominence||6.962 m (22.841 ft) Ranked 2nd|
Country high point
|Pocapan||[bahasa Spanyol: [akoŋˈkaɣwa]
éjaan Inggris: [ˌækəŋˈkɑːɡwə] or éjaan Inggris: [ˌɑːkəŋˈkɑːɡwə]]
|First ascent||1897 Matthias Zurbriggen (first recorded ascent)|
|Rute paling gampang||Scramble (North)|
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- "There is no definitive proof that the ancient Incas actually climbed to the summit of the White Sentinel [Aconcagua], but there is considerable evidence that they did climb very high on the mountain. Signs of Inca ascents have been found on summits throughout the Andes, thus far the highest atop Llullaillaco, a 6.721-metre (Cithakan:Convert/LoffAonSon)Cithakan:Convert/track/adj/on mountain astride the Chilean-Argentine border in the Atacama region. On Aconcagua, the skeleton of a guanaco was found in 1947 along the ridge connecting the North Summit with the South Summit. It seems doubtful that a guanaco would climb that high on the mountain on his own. Furthermore, a Inca mummy has been found at 5400m on the south west ridge of Aconcagua, near Cerro Piramidal" R. J. Secor, Aconcagua: a climbing guide, The Mountaineers, 1994, ISBN 0-89886-406-2, p. 13.