Santa Verá Cruz (also called Cuno Collo) is a mountain massif in Bolivia with an elevation of 5536 metres. Santa Verá Cruz is within the following mountain ranges: Bolivian Andes, Cordillera Oriental de Bolivia, Kimsa Cruz. It is located at the Bolivian province of Inquisivi. Its slopes are at the Bolivian city of Ichoca.
Based on the elevation provided by the available Digital elevation models, SRTM filled with ASTER (5536m), TanDEM-X(5574m), , Santa Verá Cruz is about 5536 meters above sea level.The height of the nearest key col is 4719 meters so its prominence is 817 meters. Santa Verá Cruz is listed as mountain massif, based on the Dominance system and its dominance is 14.76%.
|Name||Santa Verá Cruz / Cuno Collo|
|Key Col Alt||4719|
|Parent Peak||Jachacunocollo / Gigante -16.9779,-67.3485|
|Dominance Class||mountain massif|
|DEM Avg. Altitude||5536|
|First Ascent info||Josef Prem (Germany) - 30/06/1939|
|First Ascent Source||BOOK: Le Ande AUTHOR: Pietro Meciani DATE: 1965 PAGE: 68 / BOOK: Le Ande AUTHOR: Mario Fantin DATE: 1979 PAGE: 103 / JOURNAL: AAJ (American Alpine Journal) AUTHOR: J. Prem DATE: 1943 PAGE: 160 / JOURNAL: Desnivel DATE: Javier Sanchez PAGE: 40|
|First Ascent Notes||During the second ascent, Javier Sanchez (Spain) finds Prem's card and an ancient offering of Aymara origin. The C14 test dated it between 1030 and 1230 AD|
|Bolivia Department||La Paz|
|Mountain Range Level 1||Bolivian Andes|
|Mountain Range Level 2||Cordillera Oriental de Bolivia|
|Mountain Range Level 3||Kimsa Cruz|