Apoquindo Waterfall

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Apoquindo Waterfall

The Apoquindo Waterfall is a waterfall in Waters of Ramon Natural Park (Spanish: Parque Natural Aguas de Ramón) on the east side of Santiago, Chile, near Apoquindo.[1] It is fed by melting snow from Cerro San Ramon and Cerro Provincia.[1] The waterfall has a main drop of about 25 meters (82 ft).

References

  1. ^ a b Herbage, Gastón San Román (1977). Guía de excursionismo para la Cordillera de Santiago (in Spanish). Federación de Andinismo de Chile. p. iii. ...viniendo a continuación el frente de un ancho cerro que es necesario remontar, siendo su parte alta uña gran meseta a cuyo fondo se encuentra el Gran Salto de Apoquindo, que baja desde las laderas próximas al cerro La Provincia. 

Coordinates: 33°26′29″S 70°27′37″W / 33.44139°S 70.46028°W / -33.44139; -70.46028

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