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This country boasts one of the highest airports in the world and is called the Tibet of the New World and offers wonderful mountain climbing opportunities. Experienced climbers may be best suited for these peaks. However, beginners may also try to conquer Bolivian Highlands. The famed Bolivian mountain range named the Cordillera Real lies southeast of Lake Titicaca and La Paz and is 125 km long and 20 km wide. Six peaks exceed a height of 6,000 m. Owing to such serious measurements these mountains are often regarded as an excellent training ground for those who plan to ascend Himalayan Summits. The slopes are quite challenging, and if you are determined to climb the Bolivian Andes, appropriate equipment like crampons, ropes, and ice axes is necessary. Mountain climbing season lasts from June to August.