Cerro Torre Jihuaña

Opposite Gigante Grande and about as high, the rock is similarly loose and so snow and ice are much the preferable options for climbing the peak.

Subsidiary (Northeast) Peak

Cerro Jihuana subsidiary peak routes (1024x636)

1  Ice Angels Falling   D      S Griffin, M Freear    July 2004

2  Southeast Flank    AD    S Griffin, M Freear, T Saunders, T Moss   June 2004

Southeast and East Faces

Cerro Jihuana from Gigante Grande (1024x656)


Southwest Face

Cerro Jihuana from pass (1024x593)