n 2009, at 17,785 feet in Bolivia’s Cordillera Oriental was the
Chacaltaya glacier. Before its unexpected melting, it was home to
Bolivia’s only ski resort and the first tow-rope ever to be built in
South America. Today all that remains is a rocky mountain-top that
only receives seasonal snowfall.

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