Minapunta (also called Mina Punta or Yanawara) is a mountain massif in Peru with an elevation of 5447 metres. Minapunta is within the following mountain ranges: Peruvian Andes, Cordillera Central de Peru. It is the highest of Cordillera Central de Peru. It is located at the Peruvian province of Lampa. Its slopes are within 2 cities: Peruvian cities of Paratia and Palca.
Based on the elevation provided by the available Digital elevation models, SRTM filled with ASTER (5447m), TanDEM-X(5439m), , Minapunta is about 5447 meters above sea level.The height of the nearest key col is 4479 meters so its prominence is 968 meters. Minapunta is listed as mountain massif, based on the Dominance system and its dominance is 17.77%.
|Name||Minapunta / Mina Punta / Yanawara|
|Key Col Alt||4479|
|Parent Peak||Pichu Pichu -16.4425,-71.2377|
|Dominance Class||mountain massif|
|DEM Avg. Altitude||5447|
|Title||Highest of Cordillera Central de Peru|
|First Ascent info||Unknown - 25/05/1905|
|First Ascent Source||BOOK: Mountaineering Literature AUTHOR: Jill Neate|
|Peru City||Paratia, Palca|
|Mountain Range Level 1||Peruvian Andes|
|Mountain Range Level 2||Cordillera Central de Peru|