La Mesa 6180m

Mountains | No comments
La Mesa is a mountain massif in Argentina with an elevation of 6180 metres. La Mesa is within the following mountain ranges: Argentine Andes, Andes Centrales, Cordillera de La Ramada. It is located at the Argentinean province of San Juan. Its slopes are at the Argentinean city of Calingasta.

Based on the elevation provided by the available Digital elevation models, SRTM (6158m), SRTM2 (6161m), ASTER (6167m), ALOS (6162m), SRTM filled with ASTER (6161m), TanDEM-X(6200m), , La Mesa is about 6180 meters above sea level.The height of the nearest key col is 5225 meters so its prominence is 955 meters. La Mesa is listed as mountain massif, based on the Dominance system and its dominance is 15.45%.

NameLa Mesa
Dominance %15.45%
Key Lat/Lon-32.0071,-70.1145
Key Col Alt5225
Parent PeakMercedario -31.9788,-70.1128
Dominance Classmountain massif
DEM Avg. Altitude6161
First Ascent infoHans Schöenberger (Austria) - 21/01/1971
First Ascent SourceBOOK: Historia del Montañismo argentino AUTHOR: Jorge Gonzalez DATE: 2011 PAGE: 64 / BOOK: Las Rutas del Mercedario AUTHOR: Anibal Maturano PAGE: 86 / JOURNAL: AAJ (American Alpine Journal) DATE: 1972 PAGE: 179 / JOURNAL: Mountaineering Literature AUTHOR: Jill Neate PAGE: 180
First Ascent NotesThe 10-02-1934 ascent by Viktor Ostrowski and Jan Kazimierz Dorawski (Book: Mas Alto que los Condores, Ostrowski, Albatros 1954, pg 190) was to a 'southeast pinnacle'. These were the words of the author. Therefore not to the main summit, 1.5km away - Research by Guillermo Almaraz
Argentina CityCalingasta
Argentina ProvinceSan Juan
Mountain Range Level 1Argentine Andes
Mountain Range Level 2Andes Centrales
Mountain Range Level 3Cordillera de La Ramada

CHECK the Current Weather at La Mesa



You must complete all fields

Open chat
Chat via Whatsapp