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Cerro Ajusco, Mexico


Prominence: 1217 m, 3993 ft

Elevation: 3937 meters, 12,917 feet


Approx. Isolation: 53.5 km, 33.24 mi
Alternate Name(s)Xitle
Highest SummitCerro La Cruz del Marquez
Peak TypeVolcano
Latitude/Longitude (WGS84)19° 12' 27'' N; 99° 15' 30'' W
19.207367, -99.258204 (Dec Deg)
472858E 2123793N Zone 14 (UTM)
CountryMexico
State/ProvinceDistrito Federal (Highest Point)
City/TownMexico City
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     Mexico State High Points (Rank #8)
     Selected World City High Points (Rank #1)
     Combined USA-Canada-Mexico State/Province High Points (Rank #19)

Selected Trip Reports from this site:
     2006-12-30 by Christian Rodriguez
     2012-01-06 by Greg Slayden (GPS Track)
     2012-01-06 by Adam Helman
     2012-01-06 by Rob Woodall (GPS Track)
     2012-01-06 by Ryan Courtney
     2012-02-24 by David Howells
     2013-11-25 by Chiky De Las Torres (Unsuccessful)
     2014-02-15 by James Barlow (GPS Track)

View ascents of peak by registered Peakbagger.com members (21 total)

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ProminenceKey Col Page  (Detailed prominence information)
  Clean Prominence: 1217 m/3993 ft
  Optimistic Prominence: 1237 m/4058 ft
  Line Parent: Nevado de Toluca
  Key Col: 2720 m/8924 ft
Isolation53.5 km/33.24 mi
Nearest Higher Neighbor in the PBC database:
    Cerro del Ombugo  (WSW)
Not verified: May be a major NHN that is not in the database.
RangesContinent: North America
Range2: Central Mexican Ranges
Range3: Cordillera Neovolcanica
Range4: Central Neovolcanica
Ridges/DividesContinental Divide of N.A.
Drainage Basins
Balsas
Pacific Ocean

Valley of Mexico
Internal Drainage-N.A.
Worldwide Internal Drainage
OwnershipLand: Parque nacional Cumbres del Ajusco (Highest Point)



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