The Cordillera Domeyko is a mountain range of the Andes located in northern Chile, west of Salar de Atacama. It runs north-south for approximately 600 km, parallel to the main chain. The mountain range marks the eastern border of the flat parts of Atacama Desert.
Cerro Quimal in the distance
|Elevation||4,278 m (14,035 ft)|
|Length||600 km (370 mi) north-south|
|Range coordinates||24°30′S 69°00′W|
|Parent range||Central Andes|
Cordillera Domeyko was named after Ignacy Domeyko and is the world's lowest humidity mountain range.
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- ASTER's Global View from Space Archived 2008-02-22 at the Wayback Machine