Elevation (feet): 9,688
Elevation (meters): 2,953
Continent: South America
Country: Chile
Range/Region: Central Argentina-Chile
Difficulty: Basic Snow/Ice Climb
Best months for climbing: Jan, Feb, Nov, Dec
Convenient Center: Temuco

Thanks to Thomas Rees for adding this peak.

Very impressive volcano in the middle south Andes of Chile in the Laguna del Laja National Park near to Sierra Veluda range. Not with active lava but warm stones on top. Not dangerous. Top round view to the other volcanoes Lanin, Villarica, Llaima and Lonquimay. About 1100m vertical drop from ski station. Not to steep but very strenous because of the volcano ash. On top you can find ice caves to go in and make fantastic photos. On the base is Laguna del Laja,a beautiful green shimmering sea.

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Trip Reports

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  • Log #13113 - by Kerry Kriger on Apr 28, 2002
    Hi, Contrary to what the summit page says, I think this mountain is very dangerous--at least, in the summer it is. The entire mountain is horrible, sharp, loose volcanic rocks, and I have never been...