Monte San Lorenzo, also known as Monte Cochrane, is a mountain on the border between Argentina and Chile in Patagonia, reaching a height of 3,706 metres (12,159 ft). The Chilean name of Cochrane comes from the nearby town of Cochrane where climbers often approach the mountain. The peak was first climbed by Alberto María de Agostini in 1943.
The mountain is covered by three large glaciers (two in Argentina and one in Chile). The Argentine glaciers show clear evidence of retreat.
By elevation Monte San Lorenzo o Cochrane is
# 1 out of 6 in Reserva Provincial San Lorenzo # 1 out of 838 in Santa Cruz Province, Argentina # 1 out of 247 in Provincia de Capitán Prat # 3 out of 710 in Región Aysén del General Carlos Ibáñez del Campo
By prominence Monte San Lorenzo o Cochrane is
# 1 out of 6 in Reserva Provincial San Lorenzo # 1 out of 838 in Santa Cruz Province, Argentina # 3 out of 10580 in Chile # 1 out of 247 in Provincia de Capitán Prat # 4 out of 8452 in Argentina # 2 out of 710 in Región Aysén del General Carlos Ibáñez del Campo # 5 out of 16361 in the Andes (Chile, Argentina)
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