Tiquimani is a technical peak of moderate altitude. The south face is particularly intimidating and rarely climbed. It is accessed by descending the Zongo valley to just above the village of Botijlaca where a steep (and barred) road leads up to below the south face.
South Face left side
1 South Face Normal Route TD Possibly first climbed in August 1997 by Pere Vilarasau.
2 German Austrian Route TD R Wutzer, S Eriedhuber, W Auer, M Edlinger, L Krsschbaumster, R Srif June 1973
A variation to the German Austrian Route avoids a couloir high on the route. Z Trusnoved, S Sveticic, M Ceniolagar July 1983
West ridge D+ P Dawson, D Cheesemond October 1976
South Face right side
1 French Route TD C Chasagne, C Clowsky, A Mesili, R Lebon May 1974
2 Paris La Paz Route ED1 A Mesili, R Arias Aug 1983
On the north side are a couple routes mainly on rock. More to come…