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Highest Brazilian mountains (non official)

 
Highest Brazilian mountains (non official)

Page Type: List

Location: Brazil, South America

Object Title: Highest Brazilian mountains (non official)

 

Page By: PAROFES

Created/Edited: Oct 4, 2010 / Oct 9, 2013

Object ID: 667659

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I hope eveyone likes it.
This is a work in progress. Soon i'll put some more mountain pages.



01 - Pico da Neblina - 2.994 m. (9823 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






02 - Pico 31 de março - 2.972 m. (9750 ft)- Click to view a picture of the mountain






03 - Pico da bandeira - 2.893 m. (9491 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






04 - Pedra da Mina - 2.798 m. (9179 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






05 - Pico das Agulhas Negras - 2.792 m. (9160 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






06 - Crystal Peak - 2.769 m. (9084 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






07 - Monte Roraima - 2.734 m. (8969 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP (*)






08 - Morro do Couto - 2.680 m. (8792 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






09 - Pedra do Sino de Itatiaia - 2.670 m. (8759 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






10 - Pedra do Altar - 2.665 m. (8743 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






11 - 3 States Peak - 2.665 m. (8743 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






12 - Morro da Cruz do Negro - 2.658 m. (8720 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






13 - Pedra Roxa - 2.649 m. (8690 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






14 - Pico Cabeça de Touro - 2.649 m. (8690 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






15 - Big Turtle Peak - 2.631m. (8632 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






16 - Pico do Tesouro - 2.630 m. (8628 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






17 - Pico do Maromba - 2.621m. (8599 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






18 - Massena Peak - 2.609m. (8560 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






19 - Codorna Peak (there is no images for that mountain, no brazilian mountaineer ever hiked/ climbed that summit.)






20 - Pedra Furada - 2.589m. (8494 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






21 - Tesourinho Peak - 2.584m. (8478 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






22 - Serra Negra Peak - 2.572m. (8438 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






23 - Alto dos Ivos Peak - 2.524m. (8281 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






24 - Capim Amarelo Peak - 2.500m. (8202 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






25 - Cabeça de Leoa Peak - 2.483m. (8146 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






26 - Assentada Rock (Sitting rock) - 2.453m. (8048 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






27 - Cabeça de Leao Peak - 2.442m. (8012 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






28 - Marins Peak - 2.421m. (7942 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP





29 - Arabapo Peak (there is no images for that mountain, no brazilian mountaineer ever hiked/ climbed that summit.)






30 - Garrafão Peak - 2.384m. (7822 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






31 - Pico Médio - 2.362m. (7749 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






32 - Cara de Gorila Peak - 2.351m. (7713 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






33 - Itaguaré Peak - 2.334m. (7657 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






34 - Urubu Peak - 2.272m. (7454 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP






35 - Pedra do Sino Peak - 2.255m. (7398 ft) - Click to access the mountain page on SP





The ones in red, I summited.

(*) - I myself don't consider Monte Roraima as a brazilian mountain. If you find an informational image you'll see that only 5% of the whole rock belongs to Brazil, the rest to Venezuela. In fact, the trekking is done at Venezuela soil. The altitude at the SP page is incorrect, the right altitude is 2.734m.

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