Pico Mifés

Elevation (feet): 15,121
Elevation (meters): 4,609
Continent: South America
Country: Venezuela
Range/Region: Cordillera de Merida
Latitude: 8.759418
Longitude: -70.806198
Difficulty: Walk up
Best months for climbing: Jan, Feb, Mar, Nov, Dec
Year first climbed: 1910
First successful climber(s): Alfredo Jahn
Nearest major airport: Mérida
Convenient Center: Santo Domingo

Thanks to Eloy G. Boulton for adding this peak.

Pico Mifés (often mistaken for Pico Mucuñuque and with wich shares great part of the ascent route) is the second highest summit of Sierra de Santo Domingo, after Pico Mucuñuque. The trek starts at Laguna de Mucubaji (aprox. 3500 m.) and heads mainly south by a clear and marked trail up to 4200 m. aprox. From here it is necesary to consult a good map or use the help of a guide. Six hours are enough for a fast and strong hiker to reach the summit, where a cartographic concrete post with a metal mark exists. Views are splendid.

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