Does South America have mountain ranges?

There are several mountain ranges located in South America, namely the Andes, Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Cordillera Blanca, Cordillera Occidental, Serra do Mar, Mantiqueira Mountains, Cordillera Paine, Cordillera Oriental, Wilhelmina Mountains, and the Cordillera Huayhuash.

How many mountain ranges are in South America?

From the vast Andes that span seven countries and run the full length of South America, to the coastal range of the Brazilian Serra do Mar and tropical rain forest of Suriname’s Wilhelminagebergte.

Top 10 Mountain Ranges in South America.

Range Countries Highest Point
Cordillera Blanca Peru Huascarán (6,768m)

What countries have mountain ranges?

The following countries are the most mountainous in the world based on their average elevation above sea level.

  1. Bhutan. Bhutan’s average elevation is 10,760 feet. …
  2. Nepal. …
  3. Tajikistan. …
  4. Kyrgyzstan. …
  5. Antarctica. …
  6. Lesotho. …
  7. Andorra. …
  8. Afghanistan.
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