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Los lagos más altos del mundo


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A continuación se detalla una lista completa con los lagos más altos del planeta. Los datos han sido recopilados de bases de datos gubernamentales oficiales, sitios de montañismo y datos enviados por montañistas que han visitado los distintos lagos mencionados.

  1. Lago del Nevado Ojos del Salado- 6.390 m (20.965 pies) - Argentina
  2. Estanque Lhagba - 6.368 m (20.892 pies) - Tibet
  3. Estanque Changtse - 6.216 m (20.394 pies) - Tibet
  4. Estanque East Rongbuk - 6.100 m (20.013 pies) - Tibet
  5. Estanque Acamarachi - 5.950 m (19.520 pies) - Chile
  6. Lago Licancabur - 5.920 m (19.423 pies) - Chile
  7. Estanque Aguas Calientes - 5.831 (19.130 pies) - Chile
  8. Lago Ridonglabo - 5.801 m (19.032 pies) - Tibet
  9. Lago Poquentica - 5.750 m (18.865 pies) - Chile / Bolivia
  10. Estanque Damavand - 5.650 m (18.536 pies) - Iran
  11. Lago Karda - 5.643 m (18.513 pies) - Tibet
  12. Thukpe Dzingbu - 5.563 m (18.251 pies) - Tibet
  13. Panch Pokhri - 5.494 m (18.025 pies) - Nepal
  14. Lago Cholamu - 5.486 m (18.000 pies) - India
  15. Lago Gurudongmar - 5.243 m (17.200 pies) - India
  16. Lago Orba Co - 5.209 m (17.090 pies) - Tibet
  17. Laguna Glaciar - 5.038 m (16.529 pies) - Bolivia
  18. Imja Glacier Lake - 5.010 m (16.437 pies) - Nepal
  19. Lago Ccascana - 4.920 m (16.142 pies) - Peru
  20. Lago Tilicho - 4.919 m (16.138 pies) - Nepal
  21. Lago Suraj Tal - 4.883 m (16.020 pies) - India
  22. Lago Sibinacocha - 4.835 m (15.863 pies) - Peru
  23. Lago Manasarovar - 4.727 m (15.508 pies) - Tibet
  24. Lago Namtso - 4.718 m (15.479 pies) - Tibet
  25. Lago Rush - 4.694 m (15.400 pies) - Pakistan
  26. Laguna Lobato - 4.640 m (15.223 pies) - Chile
  27. Lago Tsho Rolpa - 4.600 m (15.092 pies) - Nepal
  28. Simba Tarn - 4.560 m (14.960 pies) - Kenya
  29. Lago Chungara - 4.500 m (14.765 pies) - Chile
  30. Yamdrok Tso - 4.488 m (14.724 pies) - Tibet
  31. Lago Karambar - 4.272 m (14.012 pies) - Pakistan
  32. Lago of the Sun - 4.200 m (13.780 pies) - Mexico
  33. Lagos Esmeralda - 4.200 m (13.780 pies) Irian Jaya
  34. Lago Sheosar - 4.142 m (13.589 pies) - Pakistan
  35. Pacific Tarn - 4.090 m (13.420 pies) - Colorado, USA
  36. Lago Rowe - 3.993 m (13.100 pies) - Colorado, USA
  37. Lago Windom - 3.991 m (13.095 pies) - Colorado, USA
  38. Lagos Winchell - 3.990 m (13.090 pies) - Colorado, USA
  39. Estanque de Harriet - 3.987 m (13.080 pies) - Colorado, USA
  40. Lagos North Halfmoon - 3.968 m (13.020 pies) - Colorado, USA
  41. Lagos Frozen - 3.947 m (12.950 pies) - Colorado, USA
  42. Lagos Ptarmigan - 3.944 m (12.939 pies) - Colorado, USA
  43. Lagos Sloan - 3.938 m (12.920 pies) - Colorado, USA
  44. Lago Caltech -  3.929 m (12.890 pies) - California, USA
  45. Lago Summit - 3.911 m (12.830 pies) - Colorado, USA
  46. Lago Tulainyo - 3.902 m (12.802 pies) - California, USA
  47. Lago Titicaca - 3.800 m (12.464 pies) - Bolivia / Peru
  48. Lago de los enamorados (Lake of Lovers) - 3.300 m (10.827 pies) - Sur de Rusia, Caucaso
  49. Matscherjochsee - 3.185 m (10.450 pies) - Austria
  50. Schwarzsee ob Soelden  - 2.800 m (9.183 pies) Austria
  51. Lago Ruapehu Crater - 2.505 m (8.220 pies) - Nueva Zelanda
  52. Lago Cootapatamba - 2.050 m (6.726 pies) - Australia
  53. Lago Azul (Blue Lake) - 1.900 m (6.234 pies) - Australia

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