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Pico Cristóbal Colón, Colombia


Prominence: 5585 m, 18323 ft

Elevation: 5776 meters, 18,950 feet


True Isolation: 1287.04 km, 799.73 mi
Latitude/Longitude (WGS84)10° 50' 19'' N; 73° 41' 12'' W
10.838558, -73.686718 (Dec Deg)
643557E 1198438N Zone 18 (UTM)
CountryColombia (Highest Point)
State/ProvinceMagdalena (Highest Point)
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     World Peaks with 4000 meters of Prominence (Rank #5)
     World Country High Points (Rank #19)
     Colombia Department High Points (Rank #1)
     World Peaks with 1000 km of Isolation (Rank #61)
     South America Country High Points (Rank #6)
     World Top 100 by Prominence (Rank #5)
     World Top 50 by Prominence (Rank #5)
     World Drainage Basin High Points over 5000 m high (Rank #29)
     Country High Points of the Americas (Rank #8)
     South America Range3 High Points (Rank #6)

Selected Trip Reports from this site:
     2008-09 by Morgan Batt (Unsuccessful)

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ProminenceKey Col Page  (Detailed prominence information)
  Clean Prominence: 5585 m/18,323 ft
  Optimistic Prominence: 5585 m/18,323 ft
  Key Col: 191 m/627 ft
Isolation1287.04 km/799.73 mi
Nearest Higher Neighbor in the PBC database:
    Volcán Cayambe  (SSW)
Isolation Limit Point: 0° 1' 32'' N; 77° 59' 19'' W
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RangesContinent: South America
Range2: Coastal South America (Highest Point)
Range3: North Colombia Coast (Highest Point)
Range4: Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta (Highest Point)
Drainage BasinsMinor Streams of Colombia/Venezuela
Caribbean Sea
Atlantic Ocean
OwnershipLand: Parque nacional de la Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta (Highest Point)



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