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El Salvador Department High Points

RankDepartmentPeak Elev-Ft Range (Level 4)Ascent Date
14.CabañasCabañas High Point3120  
10.MorazánCerro Cacaguatique5456  
1.ChalatenangoCerro El Pital8957  
7.AhuachapánCerro las Ranas6463  
2.Santa AnaCerro Montecristo7933  
13.La UniónVolcán de Conchagua4078  
4.La PazVolcán de San Vicente7159  
4.San VicenteVolcán de San Vicente7159  
3.SonsonateVolcán de Santa Ana7749  
11.UsulutánVolcán de Tecapa5230  
12.CuscatlánVolcán Guazapa4659  
6.San MiguelVolcán San Miguel6991  
8.La LibertadVolcán San Salvador6427  
8.San SalvadorVolcán San Salvador6427  

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List Description

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Virtually all of these peaks are volcanoes, and therefore this list was relatively easy to research, since the volcanoes dominate the landscape of this small country.

 


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