The Cordillera Apolobamba is at the northwestern end of the Bolivian Cordillera Real. In Peru, it extends about 35 km east between lat 14░35' and 14░45'S. and long 69░14' and 69░34'W. The glacierized area, estimated from Landsat images, covers 102 km². The highest peak, Nevado Ananea, is at 5,852 m asl. The drainage is both south into the Titicaca basin and north into the Atlantic Ocean by RÝo Inambari. The next figure shows this area on a Landsat image.