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'''Maromokotro (2,876 metres) is the highest mountain of Madagascar, located within the [[Tsaratanana Massif]] in the northern part of the island. A trail in good condition leads to the peak. To reach the top of the mountain takes about one week. During the winter months the peak is covered with snow.'''
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'''Maromokotro (2,876 metres) is the highest mountain of Madagascar, located within the [[Tsaratanana|Tsaratanana Massif]] in the northern part of the island. A trail in good condition leads to the peak. To reach the top of the mountain takes about one week. During the winter months the peak is covered with snow.'''
  
 
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* https://www.ashdykes.com/missions
 
* https://www.ashdykes.com/missions
 
* http://www.schmatz-online.com/expeditionen/madagaskar/madagaskar.html
 
* http://www.schmatz-online.com/expeditionen/madagaskar/madagaskar.html
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* https://www.travelmag.co.uk/2012/07/big-hot-walkies-trekking-across-madagascar/
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* http://www.countryhighpoints.com/madagascar-maromokotro-attempt/

Latest revision as of 14:19, 14 October 2018

Maromokotro (2,876 metres) is the highest mountain of Madagascar, located within the Tsaratanana Massif in the northern part of the island. A trail in good condition leads to the peak. To reach the top of the mountain takes about one week. During the winter months the peak is covered with snow.

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