Huaytapallana (possibly from in the Quechua spelling Waytapallana; wayta wild flower, a little bunch of flowers, pallay to collect, pallana an instrument to collect fruit / collectable, Waytapallana "a place where you collect wild flowers",) or Lasuntay is the highest peak in the Huaytapallana mountain range in the Andes of Peru. Its summit reaches about 5,557 m (18,232 ft) above sea level. The mountain is situated in the Junín Region, Huancayo Province, in the districts of Huancayo and Pariahuanca.
By elevation Waytapallana is
# 1 out of 43 in Huaytapallana Regional Conservation Area # 7 out of 1743 in Junín # 1 out of 182 in Huancayo
By prominence Waytapallana is
# 1 out of 43 in Huaytapallana Regional Conservation Area # 2 out of 1743 in Junín # 1 out of 182 in Huancayo # 19 out of 21468 in Peru # 58 out of 39148 in the Andes (Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela)
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