List of mountain peaks of Mexico

Volcán Citlaltépetl (Pico de Orizaba), a stratovolcano on the boundary between the states of Puebla and Veracruz, is the highest mountain peak of Mexico.

This article comprises three sortable tables of the major mountain peaks of Mexico.

Topographic elevation is the vertical distance above the reference geoid, a precise mathematical model of the Earth's sea level as an equipotential gravitational surface. Topographic prominence is the elevation difference between the summit and the highest or key col to a higher summit. Topographic isolation is the minimum great circle distance to a point of higher elevation.

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 (1640.4 feet) of topographic prominence. An ultra-prominent summit is a summit with at least 1500 meters (4921.3 feet) of topographic prominence. There are 27 ultra-prominent summits in Mexico.

The following tables are under active development. Please suggest changes and additions on the discussion page.

Highest major summits

The following sortable table lists the 30 highest mountain peaks of Mexico with at least 500 meters (1640.4 feet) of topographic prominence. Three major summits exceed 5000 meters (16,404.2 feet) of elevation, 8 exceed 4000 meters (13,123.4 feet), and 25 exceed 3000 meters (9842.5 feet).

Of these 30 highest major summits, 4 are located in Puebla, 4 in Oaxaca, 4 in Coahuila, 3 in México, 3 in Jalisco, 3 in Nuevo León, 2 in Chiapas, 2 in Michoacán, 2 in Querétaro, and one each in Distrito Federal, Morelos, Tlaxcala, Veracruz, Guerrero, Guanajuato, Durango, Baja California, and Aguascalientes.

Prominent by omission is the Sierra Negra (or Cerro La Negra) a 4640 m. companion peak of the Pico de Orizaba, with a prominence of 500 m. (right on the borderline for inclusion in the list).

The 30 highest mountain peaks of Mexico with at least 500 meters of topographic prominence

Rank Mountain Peak State Mountain Range Elevation Prominence Isolation Location
1 Pico de Orizaba[1][2]
(Volcán Citlaltépetl)
 Puebla
 Veracruz
Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 5636 m
18,491 ft
!B2147483647 4922 m
16,148 ft
!B2147483647 2,690 km
1,672 mi
2 Volcán Popocatépetl[3][4]  México
 Morelos
 Puebla
Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 5410 m
17,749 ft
!B2147483647 3040 m
9,974 ft
!B2147483647 143 km
89 mi
3 Volcán Iztaccíhuatl[5]  México
 Puebla
Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 5230 m
17,159 ft
!B2147483647 1560 m
5,118 ft
!B2147483647 17 km
11 mi
4 Nevado de Toluca[6]
(Volcán Xinantécatl)
 México Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 4690 m
15,387 ft
!B2147483647 2225 m
7,300 ft
!B2147483647 118 km
74 mi
5 Volcán Matlalcuéyetl[7][8]
(La Malinche)
 Puebla
 Tlaxcala
Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 4430 m
14,534 ft
!B2147483647 1940 m
6,365 ft
!B2147483647 64 km
39 mi
6 Nevado de Colima[9][10]  Jalisco Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 4339 m
14,236 ft
!B2147483647 2720 m
8,924 ft
!B2147483647 407 km
253 mi
7 Volcán Cofre de Perote[11]  Veracruz Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 4200 m
13,780 ft
!B2147483647 1320 m
4,331 ft
!B2147483647 51 km
32 mi
8 Volcán Tacaná[12][13]  Chiapas
 Guatemala
Sierra Madre de Chiapas !B2147483647 4067 m
13,343 ft
!B2147483647 1030 m
3,379 ft
!B2147483647 24 km
15 mi
9 Cerro Ajusco[14][15]  Distrito Federal Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 3930 m
12,894 ft
!B2147483647 >500 m
>1,640 ft
!B2147483647 55 km
34 mi
10 Volcán Tancítaro[16][17]  Michoacán Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 3840 m
12,598 ft
!B2147483647 1665 m
5,463 ft
!B2147483647 138 km
86 mi
11 Cerro Nube[18][19]
(Quie Yelaag)
 Oaxaca Sierra Madre del Sur !B2147483647 3750 m
12,303 ft
!B2147483647 2130 m
6,988 ft
!B2147483647 329 km
205 mi
12 Cerro El Potosí[20]  Nuevo León Sierra Madre Oriental !B2147483647 3720 m
12,205 ft
!B2147483647 1875 m
6,152 ft
!B2147483647 570 km
354 mi
13 Cerro El Nacimiento[21]  Oaxaca Sierra Madre del Sur !B2147483647 3710 m
12,172 ft
!B2147483647 2140 m
7,021 ft
!B2147483647 1.6 km
1.0 mi
14 Cerro San Rafael[22][23]  Coahuila Sierra Madre Oriental !B2147483647 3710 m
12,172 ft
!B2147483647 1390 m
4,560 ft
!B2147483647 64 km
39 mi
15 Cerro El Morro[24][25]  Coahuila
 Nuevo León
Sierra Madre Oriental !B2147483647 3705 m
12,156 ft
!B2147483647 1000 m
3,281 ft
!B2147483647 26 km
16 mi
16 Cerro Tiotepec[26][27]  Guerrero Sierra Madre del Sur !B2147483647 3550 m
11,647 ft
!B2147483647 2180 m
7,152 ft
!B2147483647 185 km
115 mi
17 Picacho San Onofre[28]
(Sierra Peña Nevada)
 Nuevo León Sierra Madre Oriental !B2147483647 3540 m
11,614 ft
!B2147483647 1640 m
5,381 ft
!B2147483647 125 km
78 mi
18 Cerro Zempoaltepetl[29]  Oaxaca Sierra Madre del Sur !B2147483647 3420 m
11,220 ft
!B2147483647 1580 m
5,184 ft
!B2147483647 107 km
67 mi
19 Cerro El Zamorano[30][31]  Guanajuato
 Querétaro
Mexican Plateau !B2147483647 3360 m
11,024 ft
!B2147483647 1440 m
4,724 ft
!B2147483647 105 km
65 mi
20 Cerro del Águila[32]  Oaxaca Sierra Madre del Sur !B2147483647 3360 m
11,024 ft
!B2147483647 1420 m
4,659 ft
!B2147483647 179 km
111 mi
21 Cerro Gordo[33][34]  Durango Sierra Madre Occidental !B2147483647 3350 m
10,991 ft
!B2147483647 1370 m
4,495 ft
!B2147483647 421 km
262 mi
22 Cerro El Centinela[35]  Coahuila Mexican Plateau !B2147483647 3120 m
10,236 ft
!B2147483647 1640 m
5,381 ft
!B2147483647 187 km
116 mi
23 Picacho del Diablo[36][37]  Baja California Sierra de San Pedro Mártir !B2147483647 3110 m
10,203 ft
!B2147483647 2140 m
7,021 ft
!B2147483647 334 km
208 mi
24 Sierra Fría[38][39]  Aguascalientes Sierra Madre Occidental !B2147483647 3050 m
10,007 ft
!B2147483647 >500 m
>1,640 ft
!B2147483647 238 km
148 mi
25 Sierra La Madera[40]  Coahuila Mexican Plateau !B2147483647 3030 m
9,941 ft
!B2147483647 1905 m
6,250 ft
!B2147483647 227 km
141 mi
26 Volcán de Tequila[41]  Jalisco Jalisco !B2147483647 2930 m
9,613 ft
!B2147483647 1530 m
5,020 ft
!B2147483647 63 km
39 mi
27 Cerro La Joya[42]  Querétaro Sierra Madre Oriental !B2147483647 2920 m
9,580 ft
!B2147483647 1870 m
6,135 ft
!B2147483647 66 km
41 mi
28 Cerro Tzontehuitz[43]  Chiapas Sierra Madre de Chiapas !B2147483647 2900 m
9,514 ft
!B2147483647 1360 m
4,462 ft
!B2147483647 164 km
102 mi
29 Cerro Las Conchas[44]  Michoacán Michoacán !B2147483647 2890 m
9,482 ft
!B2147483647 1960 m
6,430 ft
!B2147483647 105 km
65 mi
30 Cerro Las Capillas[45]  Jalisco Jalisco !B2147483647 2890 m
9,482 ft
!B2147483647 1590 m
5,217 ft
!B2147483647 56 km
35 mi

Most prominent summits

The following sortable table lists the 30 most topographically prominent mountain peaks of Mexico. Volcán Citlaltépetl (Pico de Orizaba) exceeds 4000 meters (13,123.4 feet) of topographic prominence, Volcán Popocatépetl exceeds 3000 meters (9842.5 feet), 8 major summits exceed 2000 meters (6561.7 feet), and 27 major peaks qualify as ultra-prominent summits with at least 1500 meters (4921.3 feet).

Of these 30 most prominent summits, 6 are located in Oaxaca, 4 in Puebla, 4 in Nuevo León, 3 in México, 3 in Jalisco, 2 in Baja California, 2 in Michoacán, 2 in Baja California Sur, 2 in Coahuila, 2 in Querétaro, and one each in Morelos, Guerrero, Tlaxcala, Veracruz, and Guanajuato.

The 30 most topographically prominent mountain peaks of Mexico

Rank Mountain Peak State Mountain Range Elevation Prominence Isolation Location
1 Volcán Citlaltépetl[46][47]
(Pico de Orizaba)
 Puebla
 Veracruz
Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 5636 m
18,491 ft
!B2147483647 4922 m
16,148 ft
!B2147483647 2,690 km
1,672 mi
2 Volcán Popocatépetl[3][4]  México
 Morelos
 Puebla
Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 5410 m
17,749 ft
!B2147483647 3040 m
9,974 ft
!B2147483647 143 km
89 mi
3 Nevado de Colima[9][10]  Jalisco Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 4339 m
14,236 ft
!B2147483647 2720 m
8,924 ft
!B2147483647 407 km
253 mi
4 Nevado de Toluca[6]
(Volcán Xinantécatl)
 México Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 4690 m
15,387 ft
!B2147483647 2225 m
7,300 ft
!B2147483647 118 km
74 mi
5 Cerro Tiotepec[26][27]  Guerrero Sierra Madre del Sur !B2147483647 3550 m
11,647 ft
!B2147483647 2180 m
7,152 ft
!B2147483647 185 km
115 mi
6 Cerro El Nacimiento[21]  Oaxaca Sierra Madre del Sur !B2147483647 3710 m
12,172 ft
!B2147483647 2140 m
7,021 ft
!B2147483647 1.6 km
1.0 mi
7 Picacho del Diablo[36][37]  Baja California Sierra de San Pedro Mártir !B2147483647 3110 m
10,203 ft
!B2147483647 2140 m
7,021 ft
!B2147483647 334 km
208 mi
8 Cerro Nube[18][19]
(Quie Yelaag)
 Oaxaca Sierra Madre del Sur !B2147483647 3750 m
12,303 ft
!B2147483647 2130 m
6,988 ft
!B2147483647 329 km
205 mi
9 Cerro Las Conchas[44]  Michoacán Michoacán !B2147483647 2890 m
9,482 ft
!B2147483647 1960 m
6,430 ft
!B2147483647 105 km
65 mi
10 Volcán Matlalcuéyetl[7][8]
(La Malinche)
 Puebla
 Tlaxcala
Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 4430 m
14,534 ft
!B2147483647 1940 m
6,365 ft
!B2147483647 64 km
39 mi
11 Sierra La Laguna High Point[48][49]  Baja California Sur Sierra La Laguna !B2147483647 2090 m
6,857 ft
!B2147483647 1920 m
6,299 ft
!B2147483647 342 km
213 mi
12 Sierra La Madera[40]  Coahuila Mexican Plateau !B2147483647 3030 m
9,941 ft
!B2147483647 1905 m
6,250 ft
!B2147483647 227 km
141 mi
13 Cerro Tia Chena[50]  Nuevo León Sierra Madre Oriental !B2147483647 2630 m
8,629 ft
!B2147483647 1885 m
6,184 ft
!B2147483647 55 km
34 mi
14 Cerro El Potosí[20]  Nuevo León Sierra Madre Oriental !B2147483647 3720 m
12,205 ft
!B2147483647 1875 m
6,152 ft
!B2147483647 570 km
354 mi
15 Cerro La Joya[42]  Querétaro Sierra Madre Oriental !B2147483647 2920 m
9,580 ft
!B2147483647 1870 m
6,135 ft
!B2147483647 66 km
41 mi
16 Volcán Tancítaro[16][17]  Michoacán Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 3840 m
12,598 ft
!B2147483647 1665 m
5,463 ft
!B2147483647 138 km
86 mi
17 Picacho San Onofre[28]
(Sierra Peña Nevada)
 Nuevo León Sierra Madre Oriental !B2147483647 3540 m
11,614 ft
!B2147483647 1640 m
5,381 ft
!B2147483647 125 km
78 mi
18 Cerro El Centinela[35]  Coahuila Mexican Plateau !B2147483647 3120 m
10,236 ft
!B2147483647 1640 m
5,381 ft
!B2147483647 187 km
116 mi
19 El Aguacate Oeste[51]  Oaxaca Sierra Madre del Sur !B2147483647 2820 m
9,252 ft
!B2147483647 1640 m
5,381 ft
!B2147483647 57 km
36 mi
20 Volcán Las Tres Vírgenes[52]  Baja California Sur Tres Virgenes !B2147483647 1950 m
6,398 ft
!B2147483647 1625 m
5,331 ft
!B2147483647 340 km
211 mi
21 Sierra de Santa Martha[53]  Veracruz Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 1690 m
5,545 ft
!B2147483647 1620 m
5,315 ft
!B2147483647 179 km
111 mi
22 Cerro Las Capillas[45]  Jalisco Jalisco !B2147483647 2890 m
9,482 ft
!B2147483647 1590 m
5,217 ft
!B2147483647 56 km
35 mi
23 Picachos El Fraile[54]  Nuevo León Sierra Madre Oriental !B2147483647 2390 m
7,841 ft
!B2147483647 1590 m
5,217 ft
!B2147483647 26 km
16 mi
24 Cerro Zempoaltepetl[29]  Oaxaca Sierra Madre del Sur !B2147483647 3420 m
11,220 ft
!B2147483647 1580 m
5,184 ft
!B2147483647 107 km
67 mi
25 Volcán Iztaccíhuatl[5]  México
 Puebla
Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 5230 m
17,159 ft
!B2147483647 1560 m
5,118 ft
!B2147483647 17 km
11 mi
26 Volcán de Tequila[41]  Jalisco Jalisco !B2147483647 2930 m
9,613 ft
!B2147483647 1530 m
5,020 ft
!B2147483647 63 km
39 mi
27 Sierra El Cerro Azul[55]  Oaxaca Oaxaca !B2147483647 2310 m
7,579 ft
!B2147483647 1510 m
4,954 ft
!B2147483647 109 km
68 mi
28 Cerro El Zamorano[30][31]  Guanajuato
 Querétaro
Mexican Plateau !B2147483647 3360 m
11,024 ft
!B2147483647 1440 m
4,724 ft
!B2147483647 105 km
65 mi
29 Cerro del Águila[32]  Oaxaca Sierra Madre del Sur !B2147483647 3360 m
11,024 ft
!B2147483647 1420 m
4,659 ft
!B2147483647 179 km
111 mi
30 Cerro La Sandía[56]  Baja California Baja California Peninsula !B2147483647 1810 m
5,938 ft
!B2147483647 1400 m
4,593 ft
!B2147483647 133 km
83 mi

Most isolated major summits

The following sortable table lists the 30 most topographically isolated mountain peaks of Mexico with at least 500 meters (1640.4 feet) of topographic prominence. All 30 of these peaks exceed 100 kilometers (62.14 miles) of topographic isolation.

Of these 30 most isolated major summits, 4 are located in Baja California, 4 in Oaxaca, 3 in Baja California Sur, 2 in Puebla, 2 in Nuevo León, 2 in Coahuila, 2 in Chiapas, 2 in México, 2 in Michoacán, and one each in Colima, Durango, Jalisco, Aguascalientes, Guerrero, Veracruz, Chihuahua, Sonora, Morelos, Guanajuato, and Querétaro.

The 30 most topographically isolated mountain peaks of Mexico with at least 500 meters of topographic prominence

Rank Mountain Peak State Mountain Range Elevation Prominence Isolation Location
1 Volcán Citlaltépetl[46][47]
(Pico de Orizaba)
 Puebla
 Veracruz
Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 5636 m
18,491 ft
!B2147483647 4922 m
16,148 ft
!B2147483647 2,690 km
1,672 mi
2 Cerro El Potosí[20]  Nuevo León Sierra Madre Oriental !B2147483647 3720 m
12,205 ft
!B2147483647 1875 m
6,152 ft
!B2147483647 570 km
354 mi
3 Volcán Everman[57]  Colima Isla Socorro !B2147483647 1050 m
3,445 ft
!B2147483647 1050 m
3,445 ft
!B2147483647 501 km
311 mi
4 Cerro Gordo[33][34]  Durango Sierra Madre Occidental !B2147483647 3350 m
10,991 ft
!B2147483647 1370 m
4,495 ft
!B2147483647 421 km
262 mi
5 Nevado de Colima[9][10]  Jalisco Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 4339 m
14,236 ft
!B2147483647 2720 m
8,924 ft
!B2147483647 407 km
253 mi
6 Isla Guadalupe High Point[58]  Baja California Isla Guadalupe !B2147483647 1310 m
4,298 ft
!B2147483647 1310 m
4,298 ft
!B2147483647 344 km
214 mi
7 Sierra La Laguna High Point[48][49]  Baja California Sur Sierra La Laguna !B2147483647 2090 m
6,857 ft
!B2147483647 1920 m
6,299 ft
!B2147483647 342 km
213 mi
8 Volcán Las Tres Vírgenes[52]  Baja California Sur Tres Virgenes !B2147483647 1950 m
6,398 ft
!B2147483647 1625 m
5,331 ft
!B2147483647 340 km
211 mi
9 Picacho del Diablo[36][37]  Baja California Sierra de San Pedro Mártir !B2147483647 3110 m
10,203 ft
!B2147483647 2140 m
7,021 ft
!B2147483647 334 km
208 mi
10 Cerro Nube[18][19]
(Quie Yelaag)
 Oaxaca Sierra Madre del Sur !B2147483647 3750 m
12,303 ft
!B2147483647 2130 m
6,988 ft
!B2147483647 329 km
205 mi
11 Sierra Fría[38][39]  Aguascalientes Sierra Madre Occidental !B2147483647 3050 m
10,007 ft
!B2147483647 >500 m
>1,640 ft
!B2147483647 238 km
148 mi
12 Sierra La Madera[40]  Coahuila Mexican Plateau !B2147483647 3030 m
9,941 ft
!B2147483647 1905 m
6,250 ft
!B2147483647 227 km
141 mi
13 Cerro El Centinela[35]  Coahuila Mexican Plateau !B2147483647 3120 m
10,236 ft
!B2147483647 1640 m
5,381 ft
!B2147483647 187 km
116 mi
14 Cerro Tiotepec[26][27]  Guerrero Sierra Madre del Sur !B2147483647 3550 m
11,647 ft
!B2147483647 2180 m
7,152 ft
!B2147483647 185 km
115 mi
15 Sierra de Santa Martha[53]  Veracruz Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 1690 m
5,545 ft
!B2147483647 1620 m
5,315 ft
!B2147483647 179 km
111 mi
16 Cerro del Águila[32]  Oaxaca Sierra Madre del Sur !B2147483647 3360 m
11,024 ft
!B2147483647 1420 m
4,659 ft
!B2147483647 179 km
111 mi
17 Isla Cedros High Point[59]  Baja California Isla Cedros !B2147483647 1200 m
3,937 ft
!B2147483647 1200 m
3,937 ft
!B2147483647 169 km
105 mi
18 Cerro Tzontehuitz[43]  Chiapas Sierra Madre de Chiapas !B2147483647 2900 m
9,514 ft
!B2147483647 1360 m
4,462 ft
!B2147483647 164 km
102 mi
19 Cerro San José[60][61]  Chihuahua
 Sonora
Mexican Plateau !B2147483647 2710 m
8,891 ft
!B2147483647 660 m
2,165 ft
!B2147483647 152 km
95 mi
20 Volcán Popocatépetl[3][4]  México
 Morelos
 Puebla
Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 5410 m
17,749 ft
!B2147483647 3040 m
9,974 ft
!B2147483647 143 km
89 mi
21 Volcán Tancítaro[16][17]  Michoacán Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 3840 m
12,598 ft
!B2147483647 1665 m
5,463 ft
!B2147483647 138 km
86 mi
22 Cerro La Sandía[56]  Baja California Baja California Peninsula !B2147483647 1810 m
5,938 ft
!B2147483647 1400 m
4,593 ft
!B2147483647 133 km
83 mi
23 Cerro Tres Picos[62]  Chiapas Sierra Madre de Chiapas !B2147483647 2550 m
8,366 ft
!B2147483647 >500 m
>1,640 ft
!B2147483647 130 km
81 mi
24 Picacho San Onofre[28]
(Sierra Peña Nevada)
 Nuevo León Sierra Madre Oriental !B2147483647 3540 m
11,614 ft
!B2147483647 1640 m
5,381 ft
!B2147483647 125 km
78 mi
25 Cerro La Giganta[63]  Baja California Sur Sierra de la Giganta !B2147483647 1690 m
5,545 ft
!B2147483647 1400 m
4,593 ft
!B2147483647 120 km
75 mi
26 Nevado de Toluca[6]
(Volcán Xinantécatl)
 México Cordillera Neovolcanica !B2147483647 4690 m
15,387 ft
!B2147483647 2225 m
7,300 ft
!B2147483647 118 km
74 mi
27 Sierra El Cerro Azul[55]  Oaxaca Oaxaca !B2147483647 2310 m
7,579 ft
!B2147483647 1510 m
4,954 ft
!B2147483647 109 km
68 mi
28 Cerro Zempoaltepetl[29]  Oaxaca Sierra Madre del Sur !B2147483647 3420 m
11,220 ft
!B2147483647 1580 m
5,184 ft
!B2147483647 107 km
67 mi
29 Cerro El Zamorano[30][31]  Guanajuato
 Querétaro
Mexican Plateau !B2147483647 3360 m
11,024 ft
!B2147483647 1440 m
4,724 ft
!B2147483647 105 km
65 mi
30 Cerro Las Conchas[44]  Michoacán Michoacán !B2147483647 2890 m
9,482 ft
!B2147483647 1960 m
6,430 ft
!B2147483647 105 km
65 mi

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See also

References

  1. ^ Pico de Orizaba is the highest point of Estado Libre y Soberano de Puebla, Estado Libre y Soberano de Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave, and all of México
  2. ^ "Pico de Orizaba". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 2, 2010. 
  3. ^ a b c Volcán Popocatépetl on the border of Estado Libre y Soberano de Puebla is the highest point of both Estado Libre y Soberano de México and Estado Libre y Soberano de Morelos.
  4. ^ a b c "Volcán Popocatépetl". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 2, 2010. 
  5. ^ a b "Volcán Iztaccíhuatl". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 2, 2010. 
  6. ^ a b c "Nevado de Toluca". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 2, 2010. 
  7. ^ a b Volcán Matlalcuéyetl on the border of Estado Libre y Soberano de Puebla is the highest point of Estado Libre y Soberano de Tlaxcala
  8. ^ a b "Volcán Matlalcuéyetl". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 2, 2010. 
  9. ^ a b c Nevado de Colima is the highest point of Estado Libre y Soberano de Jalisco
  10. ^ a b c "Nevado de Colima". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 2, 2010. 
  11. ^ "Volcán Cofre de Perote". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 2, 2010. 
  12. ^ Volcán Tacaná on the international border with Guatemala is the highest point of Estado Libre y Soberano de Chiapas
  13. ^ "Volcán Tacaná". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 2, 2010. 
  14. ^ Cerro Ajusco is the highest point of the Distrito Federal
  15. ^ "Cerro Ajusco". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved September 16, 2010. 
  16. ^ a b c Volcán Tancítaro is the highest point of Michoacán
  17. ^ a b c "Volcán Tancítaro". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 2, 2010. 
  18. ^ a b c Cerro Nube is the highest point of the Sierra Madre del Sur and Estado Libre y Soberano de Oaxaca
  19. ^ a b c "Cerro Nube". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 10, 2010. 
  20. ^ a b c "Cerro El Potosí". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 10, 2010. 
  21. ^ a b "Cerro El Nacimiento". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 10, 2010. 
  22. ^ Cerro San Rafael is the highest point of the Sierra Madre Oriental and Estado Libre y Soberano de Coahuila
  23. ^ "Cerro San Rafael". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 10, 2010. 
  24. ^ Cerro El Morro on the border with Coahuila is the highest point of Estado Libre y Soberano de Nuevo León
  25. ^ "Cerro El Morro". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 10, 2010. 
  26. ^ a b c Cerro Tiotepec is the highest point of Estado Libre y Soberano de Guerrero
  27. ^ a b c "Cerro Tiotepec". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 10, 2010. 
  28. ^ a b c "Picacho San Onofre". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 3, 2010. 
  29. ^ a b c "Cerro Zempoaltepetl". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 10, 2010. 
  30. ^ a b c Cerro El Zamorano is the highest point of both Estado Libre y Soberano de Guanajuato and Estado Libre y Soberano de Querétaro Arteaga
  31. ^ a b c "Cerro El Zamorano". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 10, 2010. 
  32. ^ a b c "Cerro del Águila". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 3, 2010. 
  33. ^ a b Cerro Gordo is the highest point of the Sierra Madre Occidental and Estado Libre y Soberano de Durango
  34. ^ a b "Cerro Gordo". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 27, 2010. 
  35. ^ a b c "Cerro El Centinela". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 10, 2010. 
  36. ^ a b c Picacho del Diablo is the highest point of Estado Libre y Soberano de Baja California
  37. ^ a b c "Picacho del Diablo". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 10, 2010. 
  38. ^ a b Sierra Fría is the highest point of Estado Libre y Soberano de Aguascalientes
  39. ^ a b "Sierra Fría". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 10, 2010. 
  40. ^ a b c "Sierra La Madera". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 10, 2010. 
  41. ^ a b "Volcán de Tequila". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 11, 2010. 
  42. ^ a b "Cerro La Joya". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 10, 2010. 
  43. ^ a b "Cerro Tzontehuitz". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 2, 2010. 
  44. ^ a b c "Cerro Las Conchas". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 10, 2010. 
  45. ^ a b "Cerro Las Capillas". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 11, 2010. 
  46. ^ a b Volcán Citlaltépetl is the highest point of Estado Libre y Soberano de Puebla, Estado Libre y Soberano de Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave, and all of México
  47. ^ a b "Volcán Citlaltépetl". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 2, 2010. 
  48. ^ a b Sierra La Laguna High Point is the highest point in Estado Libre y Soberano de Baja California Sur
  49. ^ a b "Sierra La Laguna High Point". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 2, 2010. 
  50. ^ "Cerro Tia Chena". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 3, 2010. 
  51. ^ "El Aguacate Oeste". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 3, 2010. 
  52. ^ a b "Volcán Las Tres Vírgenes". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 2, 2010. 
  53. ^ a b "Sierra de Santa Martha". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 2, 2010. 
  54. ^ "Picachos El Fraile". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 11, 2010. 
  55. ^ a b "Sierra El Cerro Azul". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 10, 2010. 
  56. ^ a b "Cerro La Sandía". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 1, 2012. 
  57. ^ "Volcán Everman". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 27, 2010. 
  58. ^ "Isla Guadalupe High Point". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 2, 2010. 
  59. ^ "Isla Cedros High Point". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 3, 2010. 
  60. ^ Cerro San José on the border with Chihuahua is the highest point of Estado Libre y Soberano de Sonora
  61. ^ "Cerro San José". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 10, 2010. 
  62. ^ "Cerro Tres Picos". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 2, 2010. 
  63. ^ "Cerro La Giganta". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 2, 2010. 

External links

  • Natural Resources Mexico (NRC)
    • Geographical Names of Mexico @ NRC
  • peakbagger.com
  • peaklist.org
  • summitpost.org
  • World Mountain Encyclopedia @ peakware.com


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