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Brazil State High Points

RankStatePeak Elev-M Range (Level 3)Ascent Date
1.AmazonasPico da Neblina2994Southern Guiana Highlands 
2.Espírito SantoPico da Bandeira2897East-Central Brazilian Highlands 
2.Minas GeraisPico da Bandeira2897East-Central Brazilian Highlands 
4.São PauloPico da Pedra da Mina2798Southern Brazilian Highlands 
5.Rio de JaneiroPico das Agulhas Negras2792Southern Brazilian Highlands 
6.RoraimaMonte Roraima-Triple Country Point2734La Gran Sabana 
7.BahiaSerra do Barbado2033East-Central Brazilian Highlands 
8.ParanáPico Paraná1877Southern Brazilian Highlands 
9.Santa CatarinaMorro da Boa Vista1827Southern Brazilian Highlands 
10.GoiásChapada dos Veadeiros-Pico 16911691Brazilian Highlands 
11.Rio Grande do SulMonte Negro1398Southern Brazilian Highlands 
12.Distrito FederalPico do Roncador1341Brazilian Highlands 
13.TocantinsSerra Traíras-Pico 13401340Brazilian Highlands 
14.ParaibaPico do Jabre1197Northeast Brazil 
15.PernambucoSerra da Boa Vista-Pico 11951195Northeast Brazil 
16.CearáPico Serra Branca1154Northeast Brazil 
17.RondôniaSerra dos Pacaás-Pico 11261126Mato Grosso 
18.Mato GrossoSerra Monte Cristo-Pico 11181118Mato Grosso 
19.Mato Grosso do SulMorro do Urucum1065Mato Grosso 
20.ParáSerra do Acari-Pico 906906Eastern Guiana Highlands 
21.Rio Grande do NorteSerra do Coqueiro-Pico 868868Northeast Brazil 
22.PiauíSerra Grande-Pico 865865Northeast Brazil 
23.AlagoasSerra Santa Cruz-Pico 844844Northeast Brazil 
24.MaranhãoChapada das Mangabeiras-Pico 804804Brazilian Highlands 
25.SergipeSerra Negra-Pico 742742East-Central Brazilian Highlands 
26.AmapáSerra Tumucumaque-Pico 701701Eastern Guiana Highlands 
27.AcreSerra do Divisor Loma Alta659Central Amazon Basin 

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