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The Andes Mountains were formed due to a collision between two tectonic plates millions of years ago that created the world’s longest mountain range.
The range extends across Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, where visitors can trek, rock climb, hike, mountain bike and explore ancient caves.
The ancient Inca chose the Andes as their home as they were fascinated by its tall peaks and were able to harvest crops like potatoes and tomatoes, both of which originated in the area.
The eastern slopes also offer some of the best skiing spots in the world.
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