The Allardyce Range is a mountain range rising south of Cumberland Bay and dominating the central part of South Georgia, a UK overseas territory. Mount Paget (2,935m) is the highest peak of the range and also the highest point in the UK territory. Other peaks of the range include Mount Roots. ...more on Wikipedia about "Allardyce Range"
The Cordillera Blanca (White Range) is a mountain range in the Peruvian Andes. It has 50 peaks over 5500 metres (18,040 ft), in an area just 13 miles wide and 112 miles long. The highest mountain in Peru, Huascarán (6768m), is located here. Huascarán National Park, established in 1975, encompasses almost the entire range of the Cordillera Blanca. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cordillera Blanca"
The Cordillera Huayhuash is a mountain range in the Andes of Peru. Aligned north to south, the main range of some twenty peaks stretches for approximately 25 km, with a subsidiary range of smaller peaks stretching out to the west for approximately 15 km. Six of the peaks exceed 6000 m. Included among them are Yerupaja (6617 m), the second highest mountain in Peru (behind Huascarán at 6768 m), and Siula Grande (6344 m), made famous by Joe Simpson in Touching the Void. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cordillera Huayhuash"
The Cordillera Negra (Black Range) is part of the Cordillera Oriental, one of three mountain ranges in the Andes Mountains of west central Peru. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cordillera Negra"
Cordillera Real is a mountain range in the South American Altiplano of Bolivia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cordillera Real (Bolivia)"
The Cordillera Real (also Cordillera of Quito, Cordillera Central of Ecuador) is a chain of mountains in the Andes of Ecuador, the chief of them volcanic. They are continued in the Cordillera Central of Peru in the South and Cordillera Central of Colombia in the North. The Cordillera Real includes the Antisana, Cotopaxi, and Cayambe (volcano), while the Chimborazo is not in the main chain. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cordillera Real (Ecuador)"
Serra do Mar ( Portuguese for Mountain Range of the Sea) is a 1,500 km long system of mountain ranges and escarpments in Southeastern Brazil, which runs in parallel to the Atlantic Ocean coast, from the state of Espírito Santo to Santa Catarina. The main escarpment forms the boundary between the sea-level littoral and the inland plateau (planalto), which has a mean altitude of 400 to 500 m. The mountain ranges are discontinuous in several places and receive individual names, such as Serra da Mantiqueira, Serra de Bocaina, Serra de Paranapiacaba, Serra Negra, Serra dos Órgãos, etc. It also extends to some large islands near the coastline, such as Ilha Bela and Ilha Grande. The highest point of Serra do Mar is the Pico das Agulhas Negras, located in the Parque Nacional de Itatiaia in the states of Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, with a height of 2,878 m. ...more on Wikipedia about "Serra do Mar"
The Sierra de Córdoba (sometimes called the Sierras de Córdoba) is a mountain range in central Argentina, located between the Pampas to the east and south, the Chaco to the north and the foothills of the Andes to the west. Almost the entire range, except for the southwestern margin in San Luis Province, is located in Córdoba Province. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sierra de Córdoba"
The Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta sits as an isolated mountain apart from the Andes chain that runs though Colombia. Reaching an altitude of 5,775 meters above sea level just 42 kilometers from the Caribbean coast, the Sierra Nevada is the world's highest coastal peak. The Sierra Nevada encompasses about 17,000 square kilometers and serves as the source of 36 rivers. Its range covers the Magdalena Department, Cesar Department and La Guajira Department. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta"
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