Cerro Tinte is a mountain of the Andes, which is located at the western end of the border between Bolivia and Argentina, near Uyuni, Potosí, Bolivia. The mountain is of volcanic origin. Cerro Tinte is part of a mountain range that serves as a border between Bolivia and Argentina, to which they belong the mountains of La Ramada, Bayo, Panizos, Limitajo, Vilama, Brajma and Zapaleri.Cerro Tinte is located in an endorheic river basin, characterized by several lagoons in both Argentina and Bolivia.
By elevation Cerro Tinte is
# 1 out of 35 in Sitio Ramsar Lagunas de Vilama # 2 out of 865 in Jujuy # 35 out of 3781 in Bolivia # 98 out of 8452 in Argentina # 1 out of 47 in Reserva Provincial Alto Andina de La Chinchilla # 8 out of 150 in Provincia Sur Lípez # 5 out of 66 in Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve # 12 out of 1235 in Potosí
By prominence Cerro Tinte is
# 3 out of 35 in Sitio Ramsar Lagunas de Vilama # 20 out of 865 in Jujuy # 3 out of 47 in Reserva Provincial Alto Andina de La Chinchilla # 17 out of 150 in Provincia Sur Lípez # 10 out of 66 in Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve # 64 out of 1235 in Potosí
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