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Cordillera Oriental (Bolivia)

Region(s): South America, Bolivia: (Departamento de Cochabamba, Departamento de La Paz, Departamento de Santa Cruz, El Beni, Oruro), Peru: (Puno)
Parent Range: Bolivian Andes
Max. Elevation: 6 438 m / 21 122 ft
Geology: Tectonic, Volcanic
Average Length: 311 miles / 500 km
Average Width: 100 miles / 62 km

Overview

Range Name(s): Cordillera Oriental (Bolivia)
Max. Elevation: 6 438 m / 21 122 ft
Region(s): South America
Location: South America, Bolivia: (Departamento de Cochabamba, Departamento de La Paz, Departamento de Santa Cruz, El Beni, Oruro), Peru: (Puno)
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Starting Point: -16.948768560426625
-66.81884765625
Parent Range: Bolivian Andes
Geology: Tectonic, Volcanic
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Average Length: 311 miles / 500 km
Average Width: 100 miles / 62 km
Nearst
Airport(s):
El Alto International Airport, La Paz (LPB)
Convenience Center(s): La Pazz
National
Park(s):
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Location

South America, Bolivia: (Departamento de Cochabamba, Departamento de La Paz, Departamento de Santa Cruz, El Beni, Oruro), Peru: (Puno)
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    Climbers come to Bolivian Andes mostly because of huge numbers of various routes and mountains as well as famous rock climbing spots. The most popular summit in the Cordillera Oriental is a peak Huayna Potosi (6088 meters).
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    Cordillera Oriental is a mountain range in Bolivia that lies along the Pacific Coast. Its highest point is the Nevado de Illimani towering at 6438 meters above sea level.
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    Cordillera Oriental is located in Bolivia and lies along the Pacific Ocean's coast inside the continental part of the country.
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    Lake Titicaca is the highest lake in the world. It's bordered with Cordillera Oriental in Bolivian Andes on the border between Bolivia and Peru. The elevation of lake surface is 3812 meters and it is more elevated than summits of Mount Fuji (Japan) and Mount Cook (New Zealand). Scientists consider that about   ... Read more

     

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