5,648 m / 18,530 ft
Cordillera Real, Bolivia
Normal Route on southwest ridge
Cabeza de Condor (condor’s head) is the Matterhorn of Bolivia. With peaks on both sides that look like wings, the head is the most prized summit in the Condoriri Group. Day one ends at a beautiful lake where you can relax in style. From there, only the serious climbers continue as the climb gets steep very quickly. The summit ridge is an exposed knife-edge. So if you’re wearing a sombrero, it may just blow into Chile. Cabeza de Condor is rated AD+, so "Be Prepared." No Cub Scouts allowed on this one.