Tèyotl is the oldest part of the Iztaccihuatl volcano, now separated from Izta by a col known as Texcal.

It is one of the oldest volcanoes in Mexico, calculated to be 20,000 years old. The name Tèyotl, from the Nahuatl, means "where the rocks are born".

Not surprising given its age, Tèyotl is a very eroded peak. There are many routes to the summit, all very easy.

Elevation (feet): 15,289
Elevation (meters): 4,660
Continent: North America
Country: Mexico
Range/Region: Cordillera Neovolcanica
Latitude: 19.198594
Longitude: -98.64006
Difficulty: Scramble
Best months for climbing: Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Nov, Dec
Volcanic status: Extinct
Nearest major airport: Mexico City International Airport (AICM)
Convenient Center: Mexico City

Thanks to Darién and Terrill Thompson for contributing to these details. (View history)

Trip Reports

NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name

There is one trip report for Téyotl.

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  • Log #17481 - by Oscar Rangel Correa on Aug 21, 2004
    Que mala onda que nadie firme, si el Teyotl es una gran experiencia. Yo sub' cuando estaba en mi curso de media montaña en la Asociación de Montañismo y excursionismo del IPN ( Instituto...