Cerro Lípez as seen from the north.
|Elevation||5,929 m (19,452 ft)|
|Location||Sud Lípez province, Potosí Department, Bolivia|
|Range||Cordillera de Lípez|
Cerro Lípez (also Cerro Lipez) is a stratovolcano in the Cordillera de Lípez in Sud Lípez province of Potosí Department in southwestern Bolivia. It has twin peaks and rises to 5,929 m. On some maps it is incorrectly labeled as Nuevo Mundo. Nuevo Mundo is in fact hundreds of kilometres to the northeast and five hundred metres shorter. The confusion came in part from a misidentification of the height of Nuevo Mundo.
- "Map of Nuevo Mundo location". Bing Maps. Archived from the original on 10 May 2012.
- Brain, Yossi (1999). Climbs and Expeditions: Bolivia: Cordillera Sud Lipez. pp. 322–323, [page 323]. Archived from the original on 26 April 2005. Text " American Alpine Journal " ignored (help)
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