List of mountain peaks of the Caribbean

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Pico Duarte is the highest point in the Dominican Republic, the Island of Hispaniola, and the entire Caribbean.

This article comprises three sortable tables of major mountain peaks[1] of the islands of the Caribbean Sea.

The summit of a mountain or hill may be measured in three principal ways:

  1. The topographic elevation of a summit measures the height of the summit above a geodetic sea level.[2] The first table below ranks the 20 highest major summits of the Caribbean by elevation.
  2. The topographic prominence of a summit is a measure of how high the summit rises above its surroundings.[3][2] The second table below ranks the 20 most prominent summits of the Caribbean.
  3. The topographic isolation (or radius of dominance) of a summit measures how far the summit lies from its nearest point of equal elevation.[4] The third table below ranks the 20 most isolated major summits of the Caribbean.

Highest major summits[edit]

Of the 20 highest major summits of the Caribbean, only Pico Duarte exceeds 3000 meters (9843 feet) elevation, six peaks exceed 2000 meters (6562 feet), and 15 peaks exceed 1000 meters (3281 feet) elevation.

Of these 20 peaks, three are located in the Dominican Republic, three in Cuba, two in Haiti, two in Saint Kitts and Nevis, one each in Jamaica, Guadeloupe, Dominica, Martinique, Puerto Rico, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, Montserrat, and Venezuela.

The 20 highest summits of the Caribbean with at least 500 meters of topographic prominence

Rank Mountain peak Country Island Elevation Prominence Isolation Location
1 Pico Duarte[5][6]  Dominican Republic Island of Hispaniola 3098 m
10,164 ft
3098 m
10,164 ft
941 km
584 mi
19°01′23″N 70°59′52″W / 19.0231°N 70.9977°W / 19.0231; -70.9977 (Pico Duarte)
2 Loma Alto de la Bandera[7][8]  Dominican Republic Island of Hispaniola 2842 m
9,324 ft
1512 m
4,961 ft
43.4 km
27.0 mi
18°48′45″N 70°37′36″W / 18.8126°N 70.6268°W / 18.8126; -70.6268 (Loma Alto de la Bandera)
3 Pic la Selle[9][10][11]  Haiti Island of Hispaniola 2674 m
8,773 ft
2644 m
8,675 ft
126.6 km
78.7 mi
18°21′37″N 71°58′36″W / 18.3602°N 71.9767°W / 18.3602; -71.9767 (Pic la Selle)
4 Pic Macaya[12][13]  Haiti Island of Hispaniola 2347 m
7,700 ft
2087 m
6,847 ft
216 km
134.5 mi
18°22′56″N 74°01′27″W / 18.3822°N 74.0243°W / 18.3822; -74.0243 (Pic Macaya)
5 Loma Gajo en Medio[14]  Dominican Republic Island of Hispaniola 2279 m
7,477 ft
1779 m
5,837 ft
57.5 km
35.7 mi
18°37′45″N 71°30′39″W / 18.6292°N 71.5108°W / 18.6292; -71.5108 (Loma Gajo en Medio)
6 Blue Mountain Peak[15][16][17]  Jamaica Island of Jamaica 2256 m
7,402 ft
2256 m
7,402 ft
273 km
169.5 mi
18°02′47″N 76°34′44″W / 18.0465°N 76.5788°W / 18.0465; -76.5788 (Blue Mountain Peak)
7 Pico Turquino[18][19][20]  Cuba Island of Cuba 1974 m
6,476 ft
1974 m
6,476 ft
217 km
134.7 mi
19°59′23″N 76°50′10″W / 19.9898°N 76.8360°W / 19.9898; -76.8360 (Pico Turquino)
8 La Grande Soufrière[21][22][23]  Guadeloupe île de Basse-Terre 1467 m
4,813 ft
1467 m
4,813 ft
699 km
434 mi
16°02′42″N 61°39′50″W / 16.0449°N 61.6638°W / 16.0449; -61.6638 (La Grande Soufrière)
9 Morne Diablotins[24][25][26]  Dominica Island of Dominica 1447 m
4,747 ft
1447 m
4,747 ft
66.3 km
41.2 mi
15°30′14″N 61°23′53″W / 15.5040°N 61.3981°W / 15.5040; -61.3981 (Morne Diablotins)
10 Montagne Pelée[27][28][29]  Martinique Island of Martinique 1395 m
4,577 ft
1395 m
4,577 ft
80.8 km
50.2 mi
14°48′33″N 61°09′55″W / 14.8092°N 61.1654°W / 14.8092; -61.1654 (Montagne Pelée)
11 Cerro de Punta[30][31][32][33]  Puerto Rico Island of Puerto Rico 1337.8 m
4,389 ft
1338 m
4,389 ft
432 km
268 mi
18°10′20″N 66°35′30″W / 18.1722°N 66.5917°W / 18.1722; -66.5917 (Cerro de Punta)
12 Gran Piedra[34][35]  Cuba Island of Cuba 1249 m
4,098 ft
>500 m
>1,640 ft
100.7 km
62.5 mi
20°00′41″N 75°37′37″W / 20.0115°N 75.6270°W / 20.0115; -75.6270 (Gran Piedra)
13 La Soufrière[36][37][38]  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Island of Saint Vincent 1234 m
4,049 ft
1234 m
4,049 ft
161.7 km
100.5 mi
13°20′52″N 61°10′34″W / 13.3477°N 61.1761°W / 13.3477; -61.1761 (La Soufrière)
14 Mount Liamuiga[39][40]
(Mount Misery)
 Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Christopher Island
(Island of Saint Kitts)
1156 m
3,793 ft
1156 m
3,793 ft
190.3 km
118.2 mi
17°22′07″N 62°48′10″W / 17.3685°N 62.8029°W / 17.3685; -62.8029 (Mount Liamuiga)
15 Pico San Juan[41][42]  Cuba Island of Cuba 1140 m
3,740 ft
>500 m
>1,640 ft
408 km
253 mi
21°59′07″N 80°07′58″W / 21.9853°N 80.1327°W / 21.9853; -80.1327 (Pico San Juan)
16 Nevis Peak[43][44]  Saint Kitts and Nevis Island of Nevis 985 m
3,232 ft
985 m
3,232 ft
20.9 km
12.97 mi
17°09′00″N 62°35′00″W / 17.1501°N 62.5834°W / 17.1501; -62.5834 (Nevis Peak)
17 Mount Gimie[45][46][47]  Saint Lucia Island of Saint Lucia 950 m
3,117 ft
950 m
3,117 ft
59.8 km
37.2 mi
13°51′49″N 61°00′42″W / 13.8637°N 61.0117°W / 13.8637; -61.0117 (Mount Gimie)
18 Aripo Peak[48][49][50]  Trinidad and Tobago Island of Trinidad 940 m
3,084 ft
940 m
3,084 ft
151.6 km
94.2 mi
10°43′23″N 61°15′00″W / 10.7231°N 61.2499°W / 10.7231; -61.2499 (Aripo Peak)
19 Soufrière Hills Volcano[51][52]  Montserrat Island of Montserrat 914 m
2,999 ft
914 m
2,999 ft
65.1 km
40.4 mi
16°42′44″N 62°10′32″W / 16.7123°N 62.1756°W / 16.7123; -62.1756 (Soufrière Hills Volcano)
20 Cerro El Copey[53][54]  Venezuela Isla de Margarita 900 m
2,953 ft
900 m
2,953 ft
56.3 km
35.0 mi
10°59′51″N 63°54′45″W / 10.9975°N 63.9126°W / 10.9975; -63.9126 (Cerro El Copey)

Most prominent summits[edit]

Of the 20 most prominent summits of the Caribbean, only Pico Duarte exceeds 3000 meters (9843 feet) of topographic prominence. Four peaks exceed 2000 meters (6562 feet), seven peaks are ultra-prominent summits with at least 1500 meters (4921 feet), and 13 peaks exceed 1000 meters (3281 feet) of topographic prominence.

Of these 20 peaks, three are located in the Dominican Republic, two in Haiti, two in Saint Kitts and Nevis, and one each in Jamaica, Cuba, Guadeloupe, Dominica, Martinique, Puerto Rico, Saint Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, Montserrat, Venezuela, Saba, and Grenada.

The 20 most topographically prominent summits of the Caribbean

Rank Mountain peak Country Island Elevation Prominence Isolation Location
1 Pico Duarte[5][6]  Dominican Republic Island of Hispaniola 3098 m
10,164 ft
3098 m
10,164 ft
941 km
584 mi
19°01′23″N 70°59′52″W / 19.0231°N 70.9977°W / 19.0231; -70.9977 (Pico Duarte)
2 Pic la Selle[9][10][11]  Haiti Island of Hispaniola 2674 m
8,773 ft
2644 m
8,675 ft
126.6 km
78.7 mi
18°21′37″N 71°58′36″W / 18.3602°N 71.9767°W / 18.3602; -71.9767 (Pic la Selle)
3 Blue Mountain Peak[15][16][17]  Jamaica Island of Jamaica 2256 m
7,402 ft
2256 m
7,402 ft
273 km
169.5 mi
18°02′47″N 76°34′44″W / 18.0465°N 76.5788°W / 18.0465; -76.5788 (Blue Mountain Peak)
4 Pic Macaya[12][13]  Haiti Island of Hispaniola 2347 m
7,700 ft
2087 m
6,847 ft
216 km
134.5 mi
18°22′56″N 74°01′27″W / 18.3822°N 74.0243°W / 18.3822; -74.0243 (Pic Macaya)
5 Pico Turquino[18][19][20]  Cuba Island of Cuba 1974 m
6,476 ft
1974 m
6,476 ft
217 km
134.7 mi
19°59′23″N 76°50′10″W / 19.9898°N 76.8360°W / 19.9898; -76.8360 (Pico Turquino)
6 Loma Gajo en Medio[14]  Dominican Republic Island of Hispaniola 2279 m
7,477 ft
1779 m
5,837 ft
57.5 km
35.7 mi
18°37′45″N 71°30′39″W / 18.6292°N 71.5108°W / 18.6292; -71.5108 (Loma Gajo en Medio)
7 Loma Alto de la Bandera[7][8]  Dominican Republic Island of Hispaniola 2842 m
9,324 ft
1512 m
4,961 ft
43.4 km
27.0 mi
18°48′45″N 70°37′36″W / 18.8126°N 70.6268°W / 18.8126; -70.6268 (Loma Alto de la Bandera)
8 La Grande Soufrière[21][22][23]  Guadeloupe île de Basse-Terre 1467 m
4,813 ft
1467 m
4,813 ft
699 km
434 mi
16°02′42″N 61°39′50″W / 16.0449°N 61.6638°W / 16.0449; -61.6638 (La Grande Soufrière)
9 Morne Diablotins[24][25][26]  Dominica Island of Dominica 1447 m
4,747 ft
1447 m
4,747 ft
66.3 km
41.2 mi
15°30′14″N 61°23′53″W / 15.5040°N 61.3981°W / 15.5040; -61.3981 (Morne Diablotins)
10 Montagne Pelée[27][28][29]  Martinique Island of Martinique 1395 m
4,577 ft
1395 m
4,577 ft
80.8 km
50.2 mi
14°48′33″N 61°09′55″W / 14.8092°N 61.1654°W / 14.8092; -61.1654 (Montagne Pelée)
11 Cerro de Punta[30][31][32][33]  Puerto Rico Island of Puerto Rico 1337.8 m
4,389 ft
1338 m
4,389 ft
432 km
268 mi
18°10′20″N 66°35′30″W / 18.1722°N 66.5917°W / 18.1722; -66.5917 (Cerro de Punta)
12 La Soufrière[36][37][38]  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Island of Saint Vincent 1234 m
4,049 ft
1234 m
4,049 ft
161.7 km
100.5 mi
13°20′52″N 61°10′34″W / 13.3477°N 61.1761°W / 13.3477; -61.1761 (La Soufrière)
13 Mount Liamuiga[39][40]
(Mount Misery)
 Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Christopher Island
(Island of Saint Kitts)
1156 m
3,793 ft
1156 m
3,793 ft
190.3 km
118.2 mi
17°22′07″N 62°48′10″W / 17.3685°N 62.8029°W / 17.3685; -62.8029 (Mount Liamuiga)
14 Nevis Peak[43][44]  Saint Kitts and Nevis Island of Nevis 985 m
3,232 ft
985 m
3,232 ft
20.9 km
12.97 mi
17°09′00″N 62°35′00″W / 17.1501°N 62.5834°W / 17.1501; -62.5834 (Nevis Peak)
15 Mount Gimie[45][46][47]  Saint Lucia Island of Saint Lucia 950 m
3,117 ft
950 m
3,117 ft
59.8 km
37.2 mi
13°51′49″N 61°00′42″W / 13.8637°N 61.0117°W / 13.8637; -61.0117 (Mount Gimie)
16 Aripo Peak[48][49][50]  Trinidad and Tobago Island of Trinidad 940 m
3,084 ft
940 m
3,084 ft
151.6 km
94.2 mi
10°43′23″N 61°15′00″W / 10.7231°N 61.2499°W / 10.7231; -61.2499 (Aripo Peak)
17 Soufrière Hills Volcano[51][52]  Montserrat Island of Montserrat 914 m
2,999 ft
914 m
2,999 ft
65.1 km
40.4 mi
16°42′44″N 62°10′32″W / 16.7123°N 62.1756°W / 16.7123; -62.1756 (Soufrière Hills Volcano)
18 Cerro El Copey[53][54]  Venezuela Isla de Margarita 900 m
2,953 ft
900 m
2,953 ft
56.3 km
35.0 mi
10°59′51″N 63°54′45″W / 10.9975°N 63.9126°W / 10.9975; -63.9126 (Cerro El Copey)
19 Mount Scenery[55][56]  Saba Island of Saba 870 m
2,854 ft
870 m
2,854 ft
54.8 km
34.0 mi
17°38′05″N 63°14′16″W / 17.6348°N 63.2377°W / 17.6348; -63.2377 (Mount Scenery)
20 Mount Saint Catherine[57][58][59]  Grenada Island of Grenada 840 m
2,756 ft
840 m
2,756 ft
135.2 km
84.0 mi
12°09′44″N 61°40′30″W / 12.1623°N 61.6750°W / 12.1623; -61.6750 (Mount Saint Catherine)

Most isolated major summits[edit]

Of the 20 most isolated major summits of the Caribbean, Pico Duarte and La Grande Soufrière exceed 500 kilometers (310.7 miles) of topographic isolation, seven peaks exceed 200 kilometers (124.3 miles), and 14 peaks exceed 100 kilometers (62.14 miles) of topographic isolation.

Of these 20 peaks, three are located in Cuba, two in the Dominican Republic, two in Haiti, two in Trinidad and Tobago, and one each in Guadeloupe, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Granada, the British Virgin Islands, Martinique, Dominica, Montserrat, and Saint Lucia.

The 20 most topographically isolated summits of the Caribbean with at least 500 meters of topographic prominence

Rank Mountain peak Country Island Elevation Prominence Isolation Location
1 Pico Duarte[5][6]  Dominican Republic Island of Hispaniola 3098 m
10,164 ft
3098 m
10,164 ft
941 km
584 mi
19°01′23″N 70°59′52″W / 19.0231°N 70.9977°W / 19.0231; -70.9977 (Pico Duarte)
2 La Grande Soufrière[21][22][23]  Guadeloupe île de Basse-Terre 1467 m
4,813 ft
1467 m
4,813 ft
699 km
434 mi
16°02′42″N 61°39′50″W / 16.0449°N 61.6638°W / 16.0449; -61.6638 (La Grande Soufrière)
3 Cerro de Punta[30][31][32][33]  Puerto Rico Island of Puerto Rico 1337.8 m
4,389 ft
1338 m
4,389 ft
432 km
268 mi
18°10′20″N 66°35′30″W / 18.1722°N 66.5917°W / 18.1722; -66.5917 (Cerro de Punta)
4 Pico San Juan[41][42]  Cuba Island of Cuba 1140 m
3,740 ft
>500 m
>1,640 ft
408 km
253 mi
21°59′07″N 80°07′58″W / 21.9853°N 80.1327°W / 21.9853; -80.1327 (Pico San Juan)
5 Blue Mountain Peak[15][16][17]  Jamaica Island of Jamaica 2256 m
7,402 ft
2256 m
7,402 ft
273 km
169.5 mi
18°02′47″N 76°34′44″W / 18.0465°N 76.5788°W / 18.0465; -76.5788 (Blue Mountain Peak)
6 Pico Turquino[18][19][20]  Cuba Island of Cuba 1974 m
6,476 ft
1974 m
6,476 ft
217 km
134.7 mi
19°59′23″N 76°50′10″W / 19.9898°N 76.8360°W / 19.9898; -76.8360 (Pico Turquino)
7 Pic Macaya[12][13]  Haiti Island of Hispaniola 2347 m
7,700 ft
2087 m
6,847 ft
216 km
134.5 mi
18°22′56″N 74°01′27″W / 18.3822°N 74.0243°W / 18.3822; -74.0243 (Pic Macaya)
8 Mount Liamuiga[39][40]
(Mount Misery)
 Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Christopher Island
(Island of Saint Kitts)
1156 m
3,793 ft
1156 m
3,793 ft
190.3 km
118.2 mi
17°22′07″N 62°48′10″W / 17.3685°N 62.8029°W / 17.3685; -62.8029 (Mount Liamuiga)
9 La Soufrière[36][37][38]  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Island of Saint Vincent 1234 m
4,049 ft
1234 m
4,049 ft
161.7 km
100.5 mi
13°20′52″N 61°10′34″W / 13.3477°N 61.1761°W / 13.3477; -61.1761 (La Soufrière)
10 Aripo Peak[48][49][50]  Trinidad and Tobago Island of Trinidad 940 m
3,084 ft
940 m
3,084 ft
151.6 km
94.2 mi
10°43′23″N 61°15′00″W / 10.7231°N 61.2499°W / 10.7231; -61.2499 (Aripo Peak)
11 Mount Saint Catherine[57][58][59]  Grenada Island of Grenada 840 m
2,756 ft
840 m
2,756 ft
135.2 km
84.0 mi
12°09′44″N 61°40′30″W / 12.1623°N 61.6750°W / 12.1623; -61.6750 (Mount Saint Catherine)
12 Pic la Selle[9][10][11]  Haiti Island of Hispaniola 2674 m
8,773 ft
2644 m
8,675 ft
126.6 km
78.7 mi
18°21′37″N 71°58′36″W / 18.3602°N 71.9767°W / 18.3602; -71.9767 (Pic la Selle)
13 Mount Sage[60][61]  British Virgin Islands Island of Tortola 521 m
1,709 ft
521 m
1,709 ft
120.1 km
74.6 mi
18°24′34″N 64°39′20″W / 18.4095°N 64.6556°W / 18.4095; -64.6556 (Mount Sage)
14 Gran Piedra[34][35]  Cuba Island of Cuba 1249 m
4,098 ft
>500 m
>1,640 ft
100.7 km
62.5 mi
20°00′41″N 75°37′37″W / 20.0115°N 75.6270°W / 20.0115; -75.6270 (Gran Piedra)
15 Montagne Pelée[27][28][29]  Martinique Island of Martinique 1395 m
4,577 ft
1395 m
4,577 ft
80.8 km
50.2 mi
14°48′33″N 61°09′55″W / 14.8092°N 61.1654°W / 14.8092; -61.1654 (Montagne Pelée)
16 Morne Diablotins[24][25][26]  Dominica Island of Dominica 1447 m
4,747 ft
1447 m
4,747 ft
66.3 km
41.2 mi
15°30′14″N 61°23′53″W / 15.5040°N 61.3981°W / 15.5040; -61.3981 (Morne Diablotins)
17 Soufrière Hills Volcano[51][52]  Montserrat Island of Montserrat 914 m
2,999 ft
914 m
2,999 ft
65.1 km
40.4 mi
16°42′44″N 62°10′32″W / 16.7123°N 62.1756°W / 16.7123; -62.1756 (Soufrière Hills Volcano)
18 Mount Gimie[45][46][47]  Saint Lucia Island of Saint Lucia 950 m
3,117 ft
950 m
3,117 ft
59.8 km
37.2 mi
13°51′49″N 61°00′42″W / 13.8637°N 61.0117°W / 13.8637; -61.0117 (Mount Gimie)
19 Loma Gajo en Medio[14]  Dominican Republic Island of Hispaniola 2279 m
7,477 ft
1779 m
5,837 ft
57.5 km
35.7 mi
18°37′45″N 71°30′39″W / 18.6292°N 71.5108°W / 18.6292; -71.5108 (Loma Gajo en Medio)
20 Main Ridge[62][63][64] Island of Tobogo 576 m
1,890 ft
576 m
1,890 ft
56.9 km
35.3 mi
11°17′00″N 60°38′00″W / 11.2833°N 60.6333°W / 11.2833; -60.6333 (Main Ridge)

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  1. ^ This article defines a significant summit as a summit with at least 100 meters (328.1 feet) of topographic prominence, and a major summit as a summit with at least 500 meters (1640 feet) of topographic prominence. All summits in this article have at least 500 meters of topographic prominence. An ultra-prominent summit is a summit with at least 1500 meters (4921 feet) of topographic prominence.
  2. ^ a b If the elevation or prominence of a summit is calculated as a range of values, the arithmetic mean is shown.
  3. ^ The topographic prominence of a summit is the topographic elevation difference between the summit and its highest or key col to a higher summit. The summit may be near its key col or quite far away. The key col for Denali in Alaska is the Isthmus of Rivas in Nicaragua, 7642 kilometers (4749 miles) away.
  4. ^ The topographic isolation of a summit is the great-circle distance to its nearest point of equal elevation.
  5. ^ a b c The summit of Pico Duarte is the highest point of the Dominican Republic, the Island of Hispaniola, and all islands of the Caribbean Sea.
  6. ^ a b c "Pico Duarte". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 
  7. ^ a b Loma Alto de la Bandera is the southernmost and easternmost summit of its elevation in the Caribbean.
  8. ^ a b "Loma Alto de la Bandera". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 
  9. ^ a b c The summit of Pic la Selle is the highest point of the Republic of Haiti.
  10. ^ a b c Pic la Selle is the southernmost and westernmost summit of its elevation in the Caribbean.
  11. ^ a b c "Pic la Selle". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 
  12. ^ a b c Pic Macaya is the westernmost summit of its elevation in the Caribbean.
  13. ^ a b c "Pic Macaya". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 
  14. ^ a b c "Loma Gajo en Medio". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 
  15. ^ a b c The summit of Blue Mountain Peak is the highest point of the island and the nation of Jamaica.
  16. ^ a b c Blue Mountain Peak is the southernmost and westernmost 2000-meter (6562-foot) summit and ultra-prominent summit of the Caribbean.
  17. ^ a b c "Blue Mountain Peak". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 
  18. ^ a b c The summit of Pico Turquino is the highest point of the island and Republic of Cuba.
  19. ^ a b c Pico Turquino is the northernmost and westernmost ultra-prominent summit of the Caribbean.
  20. ^ a b c "Pico Turquino". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 
  21. ^ a b c The summit of La Grande Soufrière is the highest point of île de Basse-Terre and the French Région Guadeloupe.
  22. ^ a b c La Grande Soufrière is the southernmost and easternmost summit of its elevation in the Caribbean.
  23. ^ a b c "La Grande Soufrière". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 
  24. ^ a b c The summit of Morne Diablotins is the highest point of the island and Commonwealth of Dominica.
  25. ^ a b c Morne Diablotins is the southernmost summit of its elevation in the Caribbean.
  26. ^ a b c "Morne Diablotins". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 
  27. ^ a b c The summit of Montagne Pelée is the highest point of the island and French insular region of Martinique.
  28. ^ a b c Montagne Pelée is the southernmost and easternmost summit of its elevation in the Caribbean.
  29. ^ a b c "Montagne Pelée". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 
  30. ^ a b c The summit of Cerro de Punta is the highest point of the island and Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
  31. ^ a b c "PUNTA". Datasheet for NGS Station TV1204. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 
  32. ^ a b c "Cerro de Punta". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. 
  33. ^ a b c "Cerro de Punta". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 
  34. ^ a b Gran Piedra is the northernmost summit of its elevation in the Caribbean.
  35. ^ a b "Gran Piedra". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 
  36. ^ a b c The summit of La Soufrière is the highest point of the island of Saint Vincent and the nation of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
  37. ^ a b c La Soufrière is the southernmost 1000-meter (3281-foot) summit of the Caribbean.
  38. ^ a b c "La Soufrière". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 
  39. ^ a b c The summit of Mount Liamuiga is the highest point of the island of Saint Kitts and the Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis.
  40. ^ a b c "Mount Liamuiga". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 
  41. ^ a b Pico San Juan is the northernmost and westernmost 1000-meter (3281-foot) summit of the Caribbean.
  42. ^ a b "Pico San Juan". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 
  43. ^ a b The summit of Nevis Peak is the highest point of Island of Nevis.
  44. ^ a b "Nevis Peak". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 
  45. ^ a b c The summit of Mount Gimie is the highest point of the island and nation of Saint Lucia.
  46. ^ a b c Mount Gimie is the easternmost summit of its elevation in the Caribbean.
  47. ^ a b c "Mount Gimie". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 
  48. ^ a b c The summit of Aripo Peak is the highest point of the island of Trinidad and the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
  49. ^ a b c Aripo Peak is the southernmost 500-meter (1640-foot) summit of the Caribbean.
  50. ^ a b c "Aripo Peak". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 
  51. ^ a b c The summit of Soufrière Hills Volcano is the highest point of the island and British Overseas Territory of Montserrat.
  52. ^ a b c "Soufrière Hills Volcano". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 
  53. ^ a b The summit of Cerro El Copey is the highest point of Isla de Margarita.
  54. ^ a b "Cerro El Copey". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 
  55. ^ The summit of Mount Scenery is the highest point of the island and Netherlands special municipality of Saba.
  56. ^ "Mount Scenery". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 4 May 2016. 
  57. ^ a b The summit of Mount Saint Catherine is the highest point of the island and nation of Grenada.
  58. ^ a b Mount Saint Catherine is the southernmost summit of its elevation in the Caribbean.
  59. ^ a b "Mount Saint Catherine". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 4 May 2016. 
  60. ^ The summit of Mount Sage is the highest point of the Island of Tortola and the British Virgin Islands.
  61. ^ "Mount Sage". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 4 May 2016. 
  62. ^ The summit of Main Ridge is the highest point of Island of Tobago.
  63. ^ Main Ridge is the easternmost 500-meter (1640-foot) summit of the Caribbean.
  64. ^ "Main Ridge". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 

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Coordinates: 19°01′23″N 70°59′52″W / 19.0231°N 70.9977°W / 19.0231; -70.9977 (Pico Duarte)