|Elevation||3,820 m (12,530 ft) |
|Prominence||3,727 m (12,228 ft) |
|Isolation||878 kilometres (546 mi)|
|Location||Chirripó National Park, Costa Rica|
|Parent range||Talamanca Range|
Cerro Chirripó is the highest mountain peak of Costa Rica. This mountain is in Chirripó National Park. It is known for its biodiversity. From the mountain, it is possible to see both the Carribean Sea and the Pacific Ocean at the same time on a clear day.
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