Cerro Maltusado (Spanish for badly cut mane) is the highest peak of La Peineta arête in the Andes of Los Ríos Region, Chile. The peak has an arpoximate prominence of about 1425 meters from its base at Riñihue Lake being close to be an ultra prominent peak.
By elevation Cerro Maltusado is
# 15 out of 71 in Provincia de Valdivia # 45 out of 143 in Región de Los Ríos
By prominence Cerro Maltusado is
# 3 out of 71 in Provincia de Valdivia # 3 out of 143 in Región de Los Ríos
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