Pomerape Climber's Log
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|monkeypike||Failed climb up the Southern Face (Bolivian side)|
Date Climbed: Aug 20, 2010
|We attempted Pomerape the day after summiting Parinacota and from the same camp. We climbed the couloir on the southern side to 6130m and then turned around because we were not confident enough in our technical ability to climb the brittle 60 degree ice slope that led to the summit. |
We attempted the climb with Ignacio from Sajama village who we also climbed Parinacota and Sajama with and I would highly recommend. Ignacio had climbed the easier eastern route of Pomerape a few weeks before our attempt and had had to turn back due to dangerous loose rocks. You can contact him through the park office.
|Posted Aug 25, 2010 3:40 pm|
|tatraman||2004 ascent and ski descent |
Date Climbed: Sep 21, 2004
|climbed and skied down S face of Pomerape from Bolivian side... probably first ski descent of the mountain, at least via this face. |
MOre info on this climb at: http://skicordillera.laviny.cz/?loc=13&clanek=26
|Posted Jan 5, 2009 6:04 am|
|Fabrice.Rimlinger||Bolivian Side |
Date Climbed: Apr 9, 2006
|48h after climbing Parinacota, I walked back from Sajama to Pomerape. BC at 5350m N-E side. 5h to summit.. solo and first in 2006. Great moments and outstanding view over Sajama.|
|Posted Nov 11, 2006 3:38 pm|
|althegreek||Route Climbed: south face Date Climbed: 6 october 2005|
|Climbed as part of Expedicion de Los Payachatas 2006 para Europa, an expedition trying to promote the tarapaca region of chile as a climbing/trekking region. we sent 2 teams to the twin volcanoes, parinacota and pomerape. I climbed the south face starting from the chilean side rather than bolivia. My partner was Claudio Retemal, president of Chileans Mountain Guide Association and former chilean rock climbing champion. |
both teams made the summit, the we had bad conditions being so late in the season. we climbed on rock, penitentes, and brittle ice. we traversed the mountain by descending the north face.
(does anyone know if this traverse has been done before?)
the area is spectacular, and pomerape is much more exciting than the slog up parinacota.
|Posted Oct 14, 2005 8:21 am|