Tiquimani is a mountain range in Bolivia with an elevation of 5498 metres. Tiquimani is within the following mountain ranges: Bolivian Andes, Cordillera Oriental de Bolivia, Cordillera Real. Its territory is within the Bolivian protection area of Integrated Management Natural Area Cotapata. It is located at the Bolivian province of Murillo. Its slopes are at the Bolivian city of Nuestra Señora de La Paz.
Based on the elevation provided by the available Digital elevation models, SRTM filled with ASTER (5498m), TanDEM-X(5320m), , Tiquimani is about 5498 meters above sea level.The height of the nearest key col is 4094 meters so its prominence is 1404 meters. Tiquimani is listed as mountain range, based on the Dominance system and its dominance is 25.54%.
|Key Col Alt||4094|
|Parent Peak||Ancohuma / Jankhouma -15.8539,-68.5408|
|Dominance Class||mountain range|
|DEM Avg. Altitude||5498|
|First Ascent info||Germán H. Mills (Chile), Harold Hill (South Africa) - 01/04/1963|
|First Ascent Source||JOURNAL: AAJ (American Alpine Journal) AUTHOR: Kenji Kana DATE: 1964 PAGE: 219|
|First Ascent Notes||In the last week of April, 1963, a Bolivian expedition led by Major Acero claims to have climbed the central and highest peak, but the South Africans doubt the claim, feeling the route which they described is impracticable; "they found no evidence of a previous ascent on top".|
|Bolivia City||Nuestra Señora de La Paz|
|Bolivia Department||La Paz|
|Mountain Range Level 1||Bolivian Andes|
|Mountain Range Level 2||Cordillera Oriental de Bolivia|
|Mountain Range Level 3||Cordillera Real|