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Chile Ultras

RankPeak Elev-Ft
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 Prom-Ft
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Ascent Date
1.Ojos del Salado22,61512,100 
2.Cerro Llullaillaco22,1107691 
3.Cerro Tupungato21,5399055 
4.Cerro Parinacota20,8076526 
5.Tres Quebradas20,4695000 
6.Cerro Pular20,4496227 
7.Aucanquilcha20,2627103 
8.Cerro del Toro20,2366266 
9.Volcán San Pedro20,1616641 
10.Marmolejo20,0396906 
11.Nevado del Plomo19,9155086 
12.Cerro Copiapó19,8565581 
13.Volcán Socompa19,8526611 
14.Pili19,8365276 
15.Palpana19,8166388 
16.Alto Toroni19,6695686 
17.Volcán Tacora19,6195620 
18.Cerro Paniri19,5545423 
19.Volcán Ollagüe19,3575637 
20.Cerro Colina17,6675085 
21.Picos de Barroso16,9955758 
22.Volcán Peteroa13,4195187 
23.Cerro San Valentín13,31412,126 
24.Volcán Lanín12,2938632 
25.Monte San Lorenzo12,15910,889 
26.Volcán Lautaro11,74510,833 
27.Sierra Velluda11,5985853 
28.Cerro Tronador11,4538736 
29.Cordon Mariano Moreno11,4505692 
30.Cerro Arenales11,2766233 
31.Cerro Fitzroy11,1716401 
32.Cerro Mellizo Sur10,8276381 
33.Cerro Bertrand10,8045633 
34.Volcán Llaima10,2535968 
35.Volcán Lonquimay94005000 
36.Volcán Villarrica93835167 
37.Cerro Pietrobelli93505249 
38.Cordillera Castillo87766850 
39.Volcán Osorno87016198 
40.Cerro Darwin84658465 
41.Cerro Anexo81365902 
42.Cerro Melimoyu80057454 
43.Volcán El Mocho79465206 
44.Peak 239078417346 
45.Sierra de Avallanos High Point77435827 
46.Cerro Desfiladero75465010 
46.Nevado Queulat75465702 
48.Cerro Barros Arana75005397 
49.Cerro Cantillana74845853 
50.Cerro Conico74515066 
51.Pascua73825683 
52.Cerro Aguja Sur73165131 
53.Cerro Puno72185217 
54.Monte Sarmiento71756693 
55.Cordon Soler70545108 
56.Macizo Nevado68906037 
57.Cerro Tres Frailes67265735 
58.Cerro Balmaceda66776185 
59.Volcán Calbuco66116385 
60.Cerro Elefantes65625483 
61.Cerro de la Paloma65455115 
62.Cerro Huemules62665360 
63.Cerro Atalaya60046004 
63.Peak 183060045056 
65.Cordon los Nadis58405322 
66.Cerro de Los Inocentes54135413 
67.Gran Campo Nevado53815266 
68.Monte Mentolat53155315 
69.Cerro Tenerife52175050 
70.Gordon High Point51975197 
71.Peninsula Videau High Point51845033 

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