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Climbing Domuyo Volcano

Climb the premier volcanic peak of iconic Patagonia

Reach peak Patagonian experience with a climb on the highest peak in the region. The Domuyo stratovolcano rises 4,702 meters and features exciting climbs to its summit. Its collection of hot springs and geysers make the volcano feel very much alive! Visit during the summer months between December and March for ideal mountain climbing conditions.
 
 
 
 
 

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Tomás

5.00

November, 2016

Ascent to Domuyo Volcano in 5 days

I climbed Domuyo with Benjamín few days ago, it was amazing! Benja, and his assistant Martín, were very clever and professional handling a group in which the members had different levels of experience and training. Besides, they know the area and the mountain very well, so we were able to make it to the summit! I definitely recommend Benja as a guide in Patagonia, he made us feel very safe at all moments, and helped us discover a fantastic place.


 

There are many reasons for choosing Mountain Climbing in Domuyo Volcano

Soaring 4,702 meters above sea level, the Domuyo volcano is actually the highest summit in the picturesque and remote region of Patagonia. Its rough and rugged character display its impressive and aggressive nature. The name Domuyo actually comes from the indigenous Mapuche, which roughly translates as “to tremble and grumble”, referring to its shaky history.

 

Good to know:

Country code

+54

Language

Spanish

Currency

Argentinian peso

What's the weather like?

The region receives a mostly continental climate with cool temperatures given its high altitude

Best time to visit

Visit during the summer months between December and March for ideal mountain climbing conditions

More info about Mountain Climbing in Domuyo Volcano:

Located in west-central Argentina in the province of Neuquen is the striking Domuyo stratovolcano. It rises to 4,702 meters (15,427ft) and is the highest peak in Patagonia. That’s why it is often nicknamed the Roof of Patagonia. The first recorded ascent of the volcano was all the way back in 1903 by Lino del Valle Carvajal. While its last erupted is still unknown

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