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    Snow Exists In the Tropics, and Ken Jennings Can Tell You Where to Find It : Condé Nast Traveler Cayambe is one of the world’s sixty tallest volcanoes, all of which are located in the Andes. It’s only erupted once in recorded memory, in 1785, and today it’s a popular destination for mountaineers (or “Andenistas,” as alpinists in the Andes are called.)

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