Wila Lluxi

Wila Lluxi (Aymara wila blood, blood-red, lluxi shell of a mussel; landslide,[3][4] "red shell" or "red landslide", Hispanicized spellings Wila Lloje, Huilaroje) is a mountain in the Andes, about 5,596 m (18,360 ft) high. It lies in the Cordillera Real of Bolivia in the La Paz Department, Los Andes Province, Batallas Municipality, Kirani Canton. It is situated on the western side of the Janq'u Quta valley next to the mountains Warawarani and Phaq'u Kiwuta. Other prominent mountains nearby are Janq'u Laya and Janq'u Uyu in the north, and Wila Lluxita and Mullu Apachita in the northeast, all of them higher than 5,000 m.

Wila Lluxi
Wila Lluxi is located in Bolivia
Wila Lluxi
Wila Lluxi
Location in Bolivia
Highest point
Elevation5,596 m (18,360 ft) [1]
Coordinates16°4′29″S 68°20′23″W / 16.07472°S 68.33972°WCoordinates: 16°4′29″S 68°20′23″W / 16.07472°S 68.33972°W
Geography
LocationBolivia,
La Paz Department, Los Andes Province, Batallas Municipality
Parent rangeAndes, Cordillera Real
Climbing
First ascent1-1970: E. ridge, descend N.W. ridge-1973: N. face & E. ridge-1975: S. face-1976.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Cordillera Real Topographical Map, Bolivia". summitpost.org. Retrieved August 22, 2014. (north is upper left)
  2. ^ Jill Neate, Mountaineering in the Andes, 1994
  3. ^ Radio San Gabriel, "Instituto Radiofonico de Promoción Aymara" (IRPA) 1993, Republicado por Instituto de las Lenguas y Literaturas Andinas-Amazónicas (ILLLA-A) 2011, Transcripción del Vocabulario de la Lengua Aymara, P. Ludovico Bertonio 1612 (Spanish-Aymara-Aymara-Spanish dictionary)
  4. ^ "Diccionario Quechua - Aymara al español". katari.org. Retrieved December 22, 2014.
Batallas Municipality

Batallas Municipality is the third municipal section of the Los Andes Province in the La Paz Department, Bolivia. Its capital is Batallas.

Combaya

Combaya is a town in the La Paz Department, Bolivia.

Curva Municipality

Curva Municipality is the second municipal section of the Bautista Saavedra Province in the La Paz Department, Bolivia. Its seat is Curva.

Jach'a Juqhu

Jach'a Juqhu (Aymara jach'a big, juqhu muddy place, quagmire, "big muddy place", also spelled Jachcha Jokho, Jachcha Jokko) is a mountain in the Cordillera Real in the Andes of Bolivia, about 5,192 metres (17,034 ft) high. It lies in the La Paz Department, Los Andes Province, Batallas Municipality. Jach'a Juqhu is situated south of the mountain Wari Umaña, south-west of Jisk'a Pata, north-west of Wila Lluxi and Warawarani, north of Qala T'uxu and north-east of Jach'a Qullu.

Jach'a Pata

Jach'a Pata (Aymara jach'a big, pata step, "big step", Hispanicized spelling Jachcha Pata) is a 5,424-metre-high (17,795 ft) mountain in the Cordillera Real in the Andes of Bolivia. It is situated in the La Paz Department, Los Andes Province, Batallas Municipality. Jach'a Pata lies south of Jisk'a Pata, west of Janq'u Uyu, north of Wila Lluxi and north-east of Warawarani.

Jach'a Qullu (Los Andes)

Jach'a Qullu (Aymara jach'a big, qullu mountain, "big mountain", also spelled Jacha Kkollu, Jachcha Kkollu) is a 5,298-metre-high (17,382 ft) mountain in the Cordillera Real in the Andes of Bolivia. It lies in the La Paz Department, Los Andes Province, Batallas Municipality. Jach'a Qullu is situated southwest of Jisk'a Pata and Jach'a Pata, southwest of Jach'a Juqhu and northwest of Wila Lluxi, Warawarani and Qala T'uxu.

Janq'u Quta (Batallas)

Janq'u Quta (Aymara janq'u white, quta lake, "white lake", Hispanicized spelling Jankho Kkota, Janko Khota, Janko Kota) is a lake in the Cordillera Real of Bolivia located in the La Paz Department, Los Andes Province, Batallas Municipality, Kirani Canton. It lies north-west of the Kunturiri massif, east of Wila Lluxi and south of Janq'u Uyu. Janq'u Quta is situated at a height of about 4,940 metres (16,210 ft), about 0.95 km long and 0.38 km at its widest point.

Janq'u Uyu

Janq'u Uyu (Aymara janq'u white, uyu yard for livestock, "white yard", Hispanicized spelling Jankho Huyo, Janko Huyo) is a mountain in the Andes, about 5,512 m (18,084 ft) high, located in the Cordillera Real of Bolivia in the La Paz Department, Los Andes Province, Batallas Municipality, Chachakumani Canton on the border with Larecaja Province, Guanay Municipality, Challana Canton. It is situated at the very end of the Janq'u Quta valley between Jisk'a Pata in the north-west and Wila Lluxita in the east, north of Wila Lluxi and Phaq'u Kiwuta.

Jisk'a Pata

Jisk'a Pata (Aymara jisk'a small, pata stone bench, step, "little stone step", Hispanicized spelling Jiskha Pata) is a 5,508-metre-high (18,071 ft) mountain in the Cordillera Real in the Andes of Bolivia. It is located in the La Paz Department, Los Andes Province, Batallas Municipality, Kirani Canton. It is situated between the mountains Jallawaya in the west and Janq'u Uyu in the south-east, north of Warawarani, Wila Lluxi and Phaq'u Kiwuta, all of them higher than 5,000 m.

Juri Quta (Batallas)

Juri Quta (Aymara juri mud, muddy water, quta lake, "mud lake" or "dull lake ", hispanicized spellings Juri Kkota, Juri Khota, Juri Kota, Yuri Kkota) is a lake in the Cordillera Real of Bolivia located in the La Paz Department, Los Andes Province, Batallas Municipality, Turquia Canton. It lies north of the Kunturiri massif, south-east of Wila Lluxita and east of Wila Lluxi, at the feet of Mullu Apachita and Jisk'a Turini. Juri Quta is situated at a height of about 4,596 metres (15,079 ft), about 0,5 km (0.31 miles) long and 0,25 km (0.16 miles) at its widest point. The little lake north of Juri Quta is named Ch'uxña Quta ("green lake", Chojña Kkota).

Kimsa Chata (Los Andes)

Kimsa Chata (Aymara and Quechua kimsa three, Pukina chata mountain, "three mountains") is a mountain in the Cordillera Real in the Andes of Bolivia, about 5,056 metres (16,588 ft) high. It is located in the La Paz Department, Los Andes Province, Batallas Municipality, Kirani Canton. It is situated south-west of the mountains Wila Lluxi, Warawarani and Phaq'u Kiwuta, between the mountain Qala T'uxu in the north and the lake Q'ara Quta in the south.

Los Andes Province (Bolivia)

Los Andes is one of the twenty provinces in the central parts of the Bolivian La Paz Department. The province was legally founded on November 24, 1917, during the presidency of José Gutiérrez Guerra. The Spanish name of the province means "The Andes", referring to its position within the Cordillera Real which is part of the Bolivian Andes mountain range. The capital of the province is Pucarani, which has a population of 918 as of the 2001 census. Pucarani is situated in the Altiplano west of the Cordillera Real offering a view of some of its highest mountains such as Ch'iyar Juqhu, Chachakumani, Kunturiri, Wayna Potosí and Chacaltaya.

Mich'ini

Mich'ini (Aymara mich'i bow, -ni a suffix to indicate ownership, "the one with a bow", also spelled Michini) is a mountain in the Cordillera Real in the Andes of Bolivia, about 5,100 metres (16,732 ft) high. It lies in the La Paz Department, Los Andes Province, Batallas Municipality. Mich'ini is situated south-west of the mountains Wila Lluxi and Phaq'u Kiwuta, north-east of Tira K'ark'a and south-east of Kimsa Chata.

Phaq'u Kiwuta

Phaq'u Kiwuta (Aymara phaq'u, paqu, p'aqucode: aym promoted to code: ay light brown, reddish, blond, dark chestnut, kiwu canine tooth or tusk, -ta a suffix, other spellings Pacokeuta, Paco Keuta, Pakokiuta, Pakokiwuta) is a mountain in the Andes, about 5,589 m (18,337 ft) high. It is located in the Cordillera Real of Bolivia in the La Paz Department, Los Andes Province, Batallas Municipality, Kirani Canton. It is situated south-west of the mountain Wila Lluxi, south-east of Warawarani and north of a lake named Quta Thiya in some maps. Other prominent mountains nearby are Jisk'a Pata and Janq'u Uyu in the north, and Wila Lluxita and Mullu Apachita in the north-east, all of them higher than 5,000 m.

Qala T'uxu

Qala T'uxu or Qala Tuqu (Aymara qala stone, t'uxu window, hole in the wall, tuqu goitre, "stone window" or "stone goitre", also spelled Khala Thojo, Qala Tuju) is a mountain in the Cordillera Real in the Andes of Bolivia, about 5,076 metres (16,654 ft) high. It is located in the La Paz Department, Los Andes Province, Batallas Municipality, Chachacomani Canton. It is situated south-west of the mountains Wila Lluxi and Warawarani and north-west of the mountain Phaq'u Kiwuta.

Quiabaya

Quiabaya is a town in the La Paz Department, Bolivia.

Warawarani (Bolivia)

Warawarani (Aymara warawara star, -ni a suffix to indicate ownership, "the one with a star", also spelled Wara Warani) is an about 5,542-metre-high (18,182 ft) mountain at a small lake of the same name in the Cordillera Real in the Andes of Bolivia. It is located in the La Paz Department, Los Andes Province, Batallas Municipality, Chachacomani Canton. It is situated north and northwest of Phaq'u Kiwuta and Wila Lluxi and northeast of Qala T'uxu.

Warawarani Lake lies southwest of the mountain at 16°4′34″S 68°22′4″W.

Waxra Apachita

Waxra Apachita (Aymara waxra horn, apachita the place of transit of an important pass in the principal routes of the Andes; name in the Andes for a stone cairn, a little pile of rocks built along the trail in the high mountains, also spelled Wajra Apacheta) is a mountain in the Cordillera Real in the Andes of Bolivia, about 5,200 metres (17,060 ft) high. It is located in the La Paz Department, Los Andes Province, Batallas Municipality. It is situated southwest of the mountain Wila Lluxita, north of the lake Janq'u Quta, northeast of Wila Lluxi and southeast of Janq'u Uyu. The two small lakes southwest of Waxra Apachita are Muruqu Quta (Morokho Kkota) and Ch'uxña Quta ("green lake", Chojña Kkota)

Wintanani

Wintanani (Aymara t'uxu, wintana window (from Spanish ventana), -ni a suffix to indicate ownership, "the one with a window", also spelled Ventanani) is a 5,428-metre-high (17,808 ft) mountain in the Cordillera Real in the Andes of Bolivia. It is located in the La Paz Department, Los Andes Province, in the northeastern part of the Batallas Municipality. Wintanani is situated southeast of Wila Lluxita, Mullu Apachita and Qulin Tuqu. It lies at the Jach'a Jawira valley with Janq'u Quta at its feet. Wila Lluxi and Phaq'u Kiwuta are opposite the mountain, beyond Jach'a Jawira.

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