Kikash (Quechua, hispanicized spelling Quicash) or Pampash (in the local Quechua variant, pampa means "large plain") is a mountain in the Wallanka mountain range in the Andes of Peru, about 5,338 m (17,513 ft)) high. It is located in the Ancash Region, Bolognesi Province, Aquia District. It is situated southwest of the main range in a small subrange called Waman Wiqi (Quechua waman falcon or variable hawk, wiqi tear, "falcon tear" or "hawk tear", hispanicized Huaman Hueque, Huamán Hueque, Huamanhuequi). There is a little lake named Waman Wiqi southeast of the Kikash. The short little stream Pampash originates on the west side of the mountain. It flows west to Patiwillka River.
By elevation Kikash is
# 94 out of 1334 in Ancash # 20 out of 356 in Bolognesi
By prominence Kikash is
# 30 out of 1334 in Ancash # 2 out of 356 in Bolognesi
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