Bonete from the northeast. The highest summit is on the far left
|Elevation||6,759 m (22,175 ft)|
|Location||La Rioja, Argentina|
Cerro Bonete is a mountain in the north of the province of La Rioja, Argentina, near the provincial border with Catamarca. Its summit is 6,759 m above mean sea level, making it the fifth highest separate mountain in the Americas (after Aconcagua, Ojos del Salado, Monte Pissis, and Huascaran). SRTM data disproves the frequently made claim that its summit is 6,872 m asl.
- Cerro Bonete on Google Maps
- Mpodozis, C.; Kay, S. M. (2009). Evolution of < 10 Ma Valle Ancho Region Lavas, Southern End of the Central Andean Volcanic Zone (~27.5°S) (PDF). XII Congreso Geológico Chileno. Santiago. pp. 2–3. Retrieved 24 March 2017.
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