Pico 31 de Março, or Pico Trinta e Um de Março in full (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈpiku ˈtɾĩtɐ jũ dʒi ˈmaʁsu]), also known as Pico Phelps, is a mountain on the Brazil–Venezuela border. At 2,974 metres (9,757 ft) above sea level, it is Brazil's second highest mountain. It is part of the Neblina massif, and the latter's summit Pico da Neblina, Brazil's highest summit, is only 687 m (2,254 ft) away. Pico 31 de Março can be considered a secondary summit of Pico da Neblina. Therefore, it is usually climbed by expeditions primarily aiming to reach the other peak. Pico 31 de Março is linked to Pico da Neblina by a col that can be easily traversed in a short trek of about an hour.
By elevation Pico 31 de Março is
# 2 out of 212 in Amazonas State # 2 out of 20 in Río Negro Municipality # 3 out of 43 in Amazonas # 2 out of 11 in Parque Nacional Serranía de La Neblina # 3 out of 13 in Parque Nacional do Pico da Neblina # 3 out of 23 in Terra Indígena Yanomami # 3 out of 5855 in Brazil # 3 out of 1971 in the Guiana Highlands
By prominence Pico 31 de Março is
# 20 out of 212 in Amazonas State # 5 out of 20 in Río Negro Municipality # 11 out of 43 in Amazonas # 5 out of 11 in Parque Nacional Serranía de La Neblina # 4 out of 13 in Parque Nacional do Pico da Neblina # 12 out of 23 in Terra Indígena Yanomami
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