Cerro Torre


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Cerro Tor·re

 (tōr′ā)
A peak, 3,133 m (10,278 ft) high, in the Patagonia region of southern Argentina.
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Just beyond the visitor center, a fairly easy path up a small rise offered enticing, long distance views of the mountains we wanted to see up close: Cerro Torre and Cerro Fitzroy.
These obstacles, along with Patagonia's relentless wind and frequently treacherous weather, make Cerro Torre and Fitzroy among the most difficult in the world to climb.
It's the leap of 'faith' that drags the boat in Fitzcarraldo over a mountain to 'defy gravity' or ensures survival two days stranded in a snowhole near the peak of Cerro Torre in Patagonia during Scream of Stone.