Aconcagua Expeditions – Where exactly is Mount Aconcagua located?

In January I also find out that for different reasons José Luis, Sergio and Hugo cannot be in the game. I felt it especially, because from Lanín, we climbed several hills together and I know how they regretted giving up this project, especially José Luis, my dear friend. Sergio lent me the red dubet jacket, Meli, José Luis’s wife made me the polard gloves and Climb Aconcagua Cheap leggings that were so useful. In the end I only had to rent 1/3 of the elements I needed, the tent shared with Mario and Eduardo, the double boots, the crampons and the pickaxe. The waterproof jacket belongs to my dear son Pablo, he has practically donated it to me for my mountain activity. I bought the sea bag to send clothes and food on the mules and the red waterproof pants, with which I complete the team. The thick blue fleece was a gift from my cousin Lía, to whom she dedicated a summit photo for her birthday. Finally I bought the list of meals made by Constanza, in the supermarket and I end January with everything ready for the great adventure.Situation of Aconcagua:The Aconcagua hill, is located entirely in the Republic of Argentina, province of Mendoza, Department of Las Heras. It does not constitute an international limit. Its coordinates are: 69-59 degrees west longitude and How to Climb Aconcagua 32-39 degrees south latitude. It is included within the Aconcagua National Park. It limits to the west and south-west with the lower Valle de Los Horcones and to the northeast with the Valle de las Vacas. In the surroundings there are several peaks that exceed 5000m. In the Upper Horcones Valley are the Cuerno (5450 m), Catedral (5200m), Bonete (5100), Dedos (5000m) hills, in the Lower Horcones Valley: the Mirador (5800m), Ibáñez (5200m) and Almacenes (4800m). In the Valle de las Vacas rise the hills Ameghino (5800m), Fitz Gerald (5300m), Santa Maria (5100m) and all those that form the Cordón de los Penitentes.Geology and Glaciology Cerro Aconcagua  It is a volcanic structure, a paleovolcano, that was active approximately 10 million years ago. It is accompanied by five main glaciers: Horcones Superior (to the west) with an area of ​​4.5 km2, Horcones Inferior (to the south) with an area of ​​7.7 km2, Gussfeld (north slope of Cerro Cuerno) with an area of 12 km2 and of the Poles (North-West of Aconcagua) which has an area of ​​19 km2.