Latitude and longitude of Chilean Coast Range

Satellite map of Chilean Coast Range

The Chilean Coastal Range (Spanish: Cordillera de la Costa) is a mountain range that runs from north to south along the Pacific coast of South America parallel to the Andean Mountains, extending from Morro de Arica in the north to Taitao Peninsula, where it ends at the Chile Triple Junction, in the south. The range has a strong influence on the climate of Chile since it produces a rain shadow to the east. Because of this the vegetation growing on the seaward slopes is much more exuberant than in the interior. Compared to the coastal lowlands and the Intermediate Depression it is sparsely populated with land use varying from protected areas to grazing and silviculture.

Latitude: -32° 58' 32.16" S
Longitude: -71° 00' 48.60" W

Nearest city to this article: Limache

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GPS coordinates of Chilean Coast Range, Chile

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