Rasac (possibly Quechua for toad) is a mountain in the Huayhuash mountain range in west central Peru, part of the Andes. It has a summit elevation of 6,017 metres (19,741 ft), although other sources cite a height of 6,040 metres (19,816 ft). Rasac is a long, relatively squat mountain on the western edge of the Huayhuash range, across the glacier from the tallest peak in the range, Yerupajá. Although it is a 6,000 metre mountain, Rasac´s broad profile is dwarfed by Yerupajá.
By elevation Rasac is
# 7 out of 106 in Cordillera Huayhuash Reserved Zone # 4 out of 2424 in Lima # 4 out of 135 in Cajatambo # 26 out of 1334 in Ancash # 4 out of 356 in Bolognesi # 46 out of 21468 in Peru # 3 out of 42 in Huayllapa Private Conservation Area # 2 out of 24 in Pacllón Private Conservation Area # 61 out of 39148 in the Andes (Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela)
By prominence Rasac is
# 19 out of 106 in Cordillera Huayhuash Reserved Zone # 80 out of 2424 in Lima # 14 out of 135 in Cajatambo # 91 out of 1334 in Ancash # 15 out of 356 in Bolognesi # 8 out of 42 in Huayllapa Private Conservation Area # 3 out of 24 in Pacllón Private Conservation Area
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