Cerro Castillo is a jagged rocky peak located in the Aysén del General Carlos Ibáñez del Campo Region of Chile, within the Cerro Castillo National Reserve. Castillo means castle in Spanish, and the steep basalt walls of the mountain indeed make it look like one. On its sides are a few small glaciers and lakes fed by them.
Other articles related to "cerro castillo":
... Cerro Castillo is a hamlet (Spanish caserío) east of Torres del Paine National Park, and is the head of Torres del Paine commune, in Magallanes Region ...
... Cerro Castillo National Reserve is a nature reserve of Chile located in the Aysén del General Carlos Ibáñez del Campo Region, south of Coyhaique ... The reserve is named after Cerro Castillo, its highest mountain and main attraction ...
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