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    • Sean (no login)
      Posted Apr 11, 2010 8:35 PM

      That is an interesting question and I believe that the opposite is true in the southern hemisphere. The sun appears to travel in the southern portion of the sky during a northern hemisphere winter and the opposite in the southern hemisphere. My first hand on Aconcagua involved climbing far north up a valley, then turning back and ascending the north slopes to summit. The south slopes were snowier.
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