Walther Penck (mountain)
|location||Province of Catamarca , Argentina|
|Type||extinct, complex volcano|
|First ascent||December 14, 1970 by Sergio Kunstmann, Pedro Rosende and K. Takeshita|
Walther Penck , also Cerro Tipas , formerly Cazadero , is an extinct volcano with an altitude of south of Ojos del Salado ( ) in the Argentine province of Catamarca , west of Incahuasi ( ) and north of Monte Pissis ( ).
It bears the name of the German geologist Walther Penck , who explored the area in 1912/1913. The mountain is technically easy to climb.