I’m not certain this mountain’s is melting the fastest, but in Bolivia, Chacaltaya (17,785 ft.) in 1940 had a glacier nearly a quarter of a square kilometer, and in 2007, it was measured at a fraction of that, at .01 square kilometer. In 2009, it disappeared completely.
Chacaltaya used to be the only ski resort in Bolivia, and was the highest in the world. Occasionally, a 600 foot stretch receives enough snowfall to ski a short run.
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