El Toro

Elevation (feet): 15,515
Elevation (meters): 4,729
Continent: South America
Country: Venezuela
Range/Region: Cordillera de Merida
Latitude: 8.53167
Longitude: -71.0889
Difficulty: Walk up
Best months for climbing: Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Nov, Dec
Year first climbed: 1910
First successful climber(s): Alfredo Jahn
Nearest major airport: Alberto Carnevalli - Mérida
Convenient Center: Mérida

Thanks to Eduardo Cedeño for adding this peak.

El Toro (The Bull) is the sixth highest mountain in Venezuela. It is located south east of Mérida. This peack doesn't keep a glacier, but could be snowed during the raining season (july through september). El Toro gets its name due to its twins summit that looks like bull horns.

To reach to its top, you can take the cable car from Mérida to

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