The massif known as Condoriri is actually a cluster of 13 peaks ranging in height from 5100m to 5648m. The highest of these is Cabeza del Cóndor (Head of the Condor), which has twin winglike ridges flowing from either side of the summit. Known as Las Alas (The Wings), these ridges cause the peak to resemble a condor lifting its wings on takeoff.
This is Bolivia’s most popular major peak because of its imposing beauty and ease of access, as well as the fact that it’s 88m over the magic 6000m figure (but 26ft under the magic 20,000ft figure). While most people come here to climb, you can also stay at the mountain lodge, and head out for some fun hikes or mountain bikes.