Mismi is a 5,597-metre (18,363 ft) mountain peak of volcanic origin in the Chila mountain range in the Andes of Peru. A glacial stream on the Mismi was firmly identified as the most distant source of the Amazon River in 1996; this finding was confirmed in 2001 and again in 2007. The waters from Mismi flow into the streams Carhuasanta and Apachita, which flow into the Apurímac River. It is a tributary of the Ucayali which later joins the Marañón to form the Amazon proper.
There's a trail called Camiño a Nevado Mismi leading to the summit.
By elevation Nevado Mismi is
# 21 out of 2757 in Arequipa # 6 out of 802 in Caylloma
By prominence Nevado Mismi is
# 9 out of 2757 in Arequipa # 2 out of 802 in Caylloma # 94 out of 21468 in Peru
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