Cerro Tigre

Elevation (feet): 6,381
Elevation (meters): 1,945
Continent: South America
Country: Venezuela
Range/Region: Coastal Venezuela
Latitude: 10.404248
Longitude: -68.80012
Difficulty: Walk up
Best months for climbing: Jan, Mar, Oct, Nov, Dec
Nearest major airport: San Felipe
Convenient Center: San Felipe

Thanks to Eloy G. Boulton for adding this peak.

Cerro Tigre is the major elevation of Yaracuy State from Venezuela and it is located in Sierra de Aroa. A subrange of Coastal Range. As most of the high mountains of Coastal Venezuelan Range, it is covered by primary rain and cloud forest, although this forest coverage is being rapidly destroyd in some locations. The climb up Cerro Tigre is an easy climb. The approach is best done using a four wheeler up to 1500 mts. aprox. From there on there is a trek by a footpath on a wide ridge easy to find, that leads to the summit.

The nearest important location is called San Felipe; the capital of Yaracuy State.

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