Peak Bolivar
Venezuela, Merida

Peak Bolivar - the highest mountain peak in Venezuela, it is located in the state of Merida, near the border with Colombia. The peak is included in the mountain system of the eastern Cordillera and its height is 4978 meters. The mountain peak is named after the national hero Simon Bolivar. The summit can be reached using the longest cable car in the world, with a length of 12.5 kilometers. It is called Teleférico de Mérida Mukumbarí. The height difference during the trip is 3124 meters. The cars depart on the air from the center of Merida, located at the foot of the mountain. Cabins can accommodate up to forty-five passengers. According to eyewitnesses, the climb is quick and fun, and the windows offer beautiful views of mountain landscapes. There are stops along the way where you need to change the trailer. The final destination is Espejo Peak, at an altitude of 4880 meters. It is equipped with viewing platforms, a cafeteria and a first-aid post. Further to the Peak Bolivar you need to walk. It is recommended to take warm clothes on the trip, because at the top there may be a low temperature and snow.

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