The Cuchilla Grande is a hill range and its main ridge crosses the eastern part of Uruguay from north to south. The Cuchilla Grande Inferior is a subrange crosses the southern part of the country towards west. In the southern part of the Cuchilla Grande are the highest elevations of the country. The Cerro Catedral of the Sierra Carapé (615.33 m), Cerro de las Ánimas (501 m) and the Cerro Pan de Azúcar, also known as Sugarloaf Hill (423 m), are known as the three highest summits of Uruguay.
Uruguay 1974, Cerro Pan de Azúcar.
The Cerro Pan de Azúcar overlooks the city of Piriapolis. On its summit there is an about 33 metres high cross. It was built about 1933 and can be climbed inside by a spiral staircase.
Uruguay 2001/2006, Quebrada de los Cuervos.
Uruguay 2002, Sierra de los Caracoles.