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2 Cerro Torre
3 Torre Egger
4 Aguja de la S
5 Aguja Saint Exupéry
6 Aguja Rafael
7 Aguja Poincenot
8 'Laguna Olvidada'
9 La Silla
10 French normal route
11 Fitz Roy
12 Aguja Val Biois
13 Glaciar Rìo Blanco
14 Aguja Mermoz
15 Aguja Guillaumet
16 Punta Velluda
17 Castillo Negro
18 Glaciar de los Tres
19 Cerro Eléctrico
20 (Laguna Sucia)
21 Cerro Madsen
22 Red Pyramid
23 Laguna de los Tres
24 Cerro Vespignani


Location: Loma de las Pizarras, N flank (1570 m)      by: Pedrotti Alberto
Area: Argentina      Date: 24-02-2014
This is the sunrise that I had after spending the night on the shore of the little unnamed lake which I called Laguna Olvidada (see previous panoramas from here). Without even dismounting the camp (which was indeed an easy task, since I had not even used the tent), I climbed the lower slopes of the Loma de las Pizarras, figuring out what you see here, namely, that the Cerro Torre would have come into sight behind the Agujas of the Fitzroy.
On the right side you see the Cerros Electrico and Madsen, which from this viewpoint look out much more similar than they are in the reality.
The original image is rather large, consisting of four rows of seven pictures each.
Larger version: goo.gl/x8fiJL


Pedrotti Alberto

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