Pico Humboldt is Venezuela's second highest peak, at 4,940 metres above sea level. It is located in the Sierra Nevada de Merida, in the Venezuelan Andes of (Mérida State). The peak with its sister peak Pico Bonpland, and the surrounding páramos are protected by the Sierra Nevada National Park.
It is named after the famous German explorer and naturalist Alexander von Humboldt.
There's an alpine trail (T4) leading to the summit.
By elevation Pico Humboldt is
# 2 out of 221 in Mérida # 2 out of 8317 in Venezuela # 2 out of 30 in Municipio Libertador # 2 out of 59 in Sierra Nevada National Park
By prominence Pico Humboldt is
# 13 out of 221 in Mérida # 2 out of 30 in Municipio Libertador # 3 out of 59 in Sierra Nevada National Park
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