Pico da Bandeira
The Pico da Bandeira (translated as " Flags Peak" ) is 2891.9 m, the third highest mountain in Brazil.
The last measurement of the height of mountains in Brazil took place in 2004 via satellite and also brought to the highest mountain in the country, the Pico da Neblina, surprising new altitude ( 2994 m).
The Pico da Bandeira is located in the border area of the city, in southeastern Brazil states of Minas Gerais and Espírito Santo in the Serra de Caparaó. Since the mountain as opposed to the Pico da Neblina is Brazilian standards densely populated areas and the Amazon lowlands was explored and measured late precisely, the Pico da Bandeira kept long for the highest mountain in Brazil. Another effect of the central position is that he and the bestbesteigbare bestbeschilderte mountain Brazil is among climbers of the rich Southeast popular and thanks equipped infrastructure.
- Mountain in South America
- Mountain in Brazil
- Geography ( Minas Gerais )
- Geography ( Espírito Santo )