Piedras Blancas

Elevation (feet): 15,577
Elevation (meters): 4,748
Continent: South America
Country: Venezuela
Range/Region: Cordillera de Merida
Latitude: 8.858698
Longitude: -70.951638
Difficulty: Scramble
Best months for climbing: Jan, Mar, Nov, Dec
Year first climbed: n/a
First successful climber(s): n/a
Nearest major airport: Mérida City
Convenient Center: Mucuchíes

Thanks to Eloy G. Boulton for adding this peak.

Piedras Blancas is the highest peak of Sierra de La Culata, also known as Sierra del Norte of the venezuelan Andes. It is a popular climbing destination of venezuelan mountaineers and hikers. There is a cartographical assembly on its summit. To access Piedras Blancas there are two main routes: 1.- From Valle de Mifafí, 2.- From La Toma, very near the town of Mucuchíes. The one day hike to the base of the mountain is a beautiful experience. It is wise to hire a local guide.

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