List of mountains in Brazil

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Mountains[edit]

Mountain Metres Feet Range Notes
Pico da Neblina 2,994 9,823 Serra do Imeri   Highest in Brazil, ancient measurement is 3014m
Pico 31 de Março 2,973 9,754 Serra do Imeri   Shared with Venezuela
Pico da Bandeira 2,890 9,482     Highest in Minas Gerais, Highest in the Brazilian Highlands
Pico do Cruzeiro 2,861 9,386     Unconfirmed elevation[1]
Pico do Calçado 2,849 9,347      
Pedra da Mina 2,798 9,180 Mantiqueira Mountains   Highest in São Paulo state
Pico das Agulhas Negras 2,791 9,157 Mantiqueira Mountains   Highest in Rio do Janeiro State
Pico do Cristal 2,770 9,088      
Mount Roraima 2,734 8,970 Guiana Shield   Shared with Venezuela and Guyana – Border tripoint elevation[2]
Pico do Barbado 2,033 6,670     Highest in Bahia
Pico Paraná 1,877 6,158 Serra do Mar   Highest in Paraná
Morro da Boa Vista 1,827 5,994 Serra Geral   Highest in Santa Catarina
Morro da Igreja 1,822 5,978 Serra Geral  
Morro das Antenas 1,750 5,741 Serra Geral  
Monte Caburaí 1,465 4,806       – is the northernmost point of Brazil
Pico do Monte Negro 1,398 4,587     Highest in Rio Grande do Sul
Pico São Sebastião 1,378 4,521     Ilha Bela island – Highest island peak in Brazil
Pico do Papagaio 1,200 3,937     Highest in Pernambuco
Pico do Jabre 1,197 3,927 Brazilian Highlands   Highest in Paraíba
Pico do Jaraguá 1,135 3,724 Serra da Cantareira  
Pico Alto 1,114 3,655 Serra de Baturité   Highest in Ceará
Maciço do Urucum 1,065 3,494     Highest in Mato Grosso do Sul
Pico da Tijuca 1,017 3,337     Biggest proeminence peak in Urban Area(lifts ca.1000m inside Rio de Janeiro City
Corcovado 710 2,329     The Peak of o Cristo Redentor
Monte Pascoal 586 1,923     First land portion observed from sea on discovery of Brazil in April 1500.
Pão de Açúcar 397 1,302     Famous rock monolith in Rio de Janeiro city

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Not measured by the 2004 GPS expedition Highest Points of Brazil (in Portuguese) by the Brazilian Institute for Geography and Statistics (IBGE) and the Military Institute of Engineering (IME). Pico do Cruzeiro is not officially defined as a "mountain" by IBGE because of prominence issues.
  2. ^ This elevation refers to the border tripoint, which is the highest point on Mt. Roraima that is at least partially in Brazilian territory. The actual summit is higher, but lies in Venezuelan territory.