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Nicaragua Department High Points

RankDepartmentPeak Elev-Ft Range (Level 4)Ascent Date
1.Nueva SegoviaPico Mogotón6909  
2.JinotegaCerro Kilambé5741  
3.ChinandegaVolcán San Cristóbal5725  
4.EstelíCerro Pataste5676  
4.MadrizCerro Pataste5676  
6.Atlántico NorteCerro El Toro5512  
7.RivasVolcán Concepción5282  
8.MatagalpaCerro Apante4731  
9.GranadaVolcán Mombacho4364  
10.LeónVolcán Momotombo4255  
11.BoacoCerro Santa María3970  
12.ManaguaCerro Güisisil3770  
13.ChontalesPeña de Tumbé3261  
14.CarazoCarazo High Point2625  
14.MasayaMasaya High Point2625  
16.Atlántico SurChiripa2356  
17.Río San JuanLa Guinea2129  

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List Description


Large map of Nicaragua, published by the Nicaraguan Governemnt, INETER (Nicaraguan Institute of Territorial Studies), Scale 1:525,000 with an inset at 1:200,000, printed 1998. An excellent topographic map with topography, spot elevations, and peak names.


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