Tag: Sajama National Park

Nevado Sajama

Nevado Sajama Sajama is an extinct stratovolcano that was given the name “Nevado,” meaning “snowy” in Spanish, because it is always covered with snow and ice. It is a composite volcano, meaning it was made from many layers of volcanic material, including a stratovolcano covering several lava domes. Sajama is northwest of the Cholcani volcano and also …

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Acotango Acotango is part of the Kimsa Chata group of three volcanic mountains consisting of Acotango, Umurata to the north, and Capurata to the south. Country: Chile, Bolivia It sits on the border between Bolivia and Chile, in Sajama National Park and Lauca National Park. Mountain Range: Kimsa Chata, Andes Height: 19,856 feet / 6,052 …

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