5 of the tallest andes mountains by reece hillemeyer

The Andes mountains are the longest continental mountain range in the world and is 1.301 million square miles, and are located in south america

1.) the tallest mountain is aconcagua which is 22,615 ft above sea level and 6,961 meters.

2.) the ojos del salado mountain stands at roughly 22,615 feet or 6,893 meters

3.) Monte pissis altitude is practically 22,287 feet or 6,793 meters

4.) Huascarian is around 22,205 feet tall A.K.A 6,768 meters

5.) Cerro Bonete is approximately 22,175 feet tall ,as an alternative 6,758 meters




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