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'''Roraima''' is the highest ''tepuy'' (spanish for table mountain) on the triple border of [[Venezuela]], [[Brazil]] and [[Guyana]]. The only way vistors can climb to the top is from the [[La Gran Sabana|Gran Sabana]] side, in [[Venezuela]].
The first recorded person to climb this tepuy was Sir Everard im Thurn in 1884.
This mountain also inspired Sir Arthur Conan Doyle for his classic novel ''The Lost World'' in 1912.