The Incahuasi Volcano 21456ft – 6638m
Is the 10th highest summit in America and one of the most beautiful in the area. This imposing and spectacular volcano is located on the border of the Argentine province of Catamarca, and the Atacama region of Chile. The volcano is made up of a 3.5-kilometer wide caldera and two stratovolcanoes. It has few ascents due to its long approach and because it is located in a totally desert sector, in an area with a very unstable climate. In winter it is impossible to access this entire area due to the amount of snow and there are summers when it can be almost impossible to get snow to melt, with only a few usable snowfields.
Its crater is full of snow south of the summit. It is possible to ascend the northeast slope or the northwest slope, it is subject to the evaluation that will be made at the time of arrival at the place according to the guide and the conditions of the mountain, it is an ascent of little technical difficulty except for its great height.