Cerro Bandera

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Cerro Bandera
Highest point
Elevation 610 m (2,000 ft)
Coordinates 54°57′46″S 67°38′07″W / 54.9629°S 67.6354°W / -54.9629; -67.6354Coordinates: 54°57′46″S 67°38′07″W / 54.9629°S 67.6354°W / -54.9629; -67.6354
Naming
Translation Flag Hill (Spanish)
Geography
Location Navarino Island, Region of Magallanes and Chilean Antarctic,  Chile
Geology
Mountain type Hill
Climbing
Access Puerto Williams

The Cerro Bandera is a hill located on Navarino Island, is visible from Puerto Williams and its top is a flag of Chile, takes about 3 hours to travel back and forth. It is also the first stop to continue the circuit Dientes de Navarino.[1]

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