Christoffelberg

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Christoffelberg
Mt Christoffel
MT. CHRISTOFFEL IN CHRISTOFFEL PARK.jpg
Elevation 372 m (1,220 ft)[1]
Prominence 372 m (1,220 ft)[1]
Location
Christoffelberg is located in ABC islands (Lesser Antilles)
Christoffelberg
Christoffelberg
Curaçao
Coordinates 12°20′13″N 69°7′23″W / 12.33694°N 69.12306°W / 12.33694; -69.12306Coordinates: 12°20′13″N 69°7′23″W / 12.33694°N 69.12306°W / 12.33694; -69.12306[1]

The Christoffelberg, also known as Mt Christoffel or Mt St Christoffel, named after the explorer Christopher Columbus, is the highest point on Curaçao. The Christoffelberg is 372 metres (1,220 ft) high and lies in the reserved wildlife park, Curaçao Christoffelpark, which can be explored by car, bike, horse, or on foot using several trails that have been laid out for this purpose.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Sint Christoffelberg, Curaçao". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 2011-12-19. 

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