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About Monte Perdido


3355 metres







Other names

Tuqueta de Marboré, Cilindro de Marboré, Piton SW del Cilindro, Punta Escaleras, Nudillo del Monte Perdido, Dedo del Monte Perdido, Pico de Añisclo o Soum de Ramond, Mallo Tormosa, Baudrimont NW, Espalda de Esparets

Nearby hills

Posets (32.9 km)
Pico de la Maladeta (49.9 km)
Vignemale (18.5 km)
Pico de Tempestades (51.8 km)
Le Marbore (2.6 km)

Nearby towns

Lourdes (47.6 km)
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Terrain color indicates elevation. Low-lying terrain is green, while higher terrain is gray. You can use the sliders on the right-hand side to adjust the scale that is used. For more information, click here.

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3D print a model of Monte Perdido

If you would like to make a 3D-printed model of Monte Perdido, use the "Export STL" button on the 3D view of the landscape around it. First, adjust the zoom level using the magnification controls to select the area you would like to print. Then click on "Export STL" to produce an STL file which you can open in many CAD programs.

Alternatively, you can browse the surrounding area to select the region you would like to print.

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