Climbing Cerro Marmolejo

Conquer the rocky giant and dormant volcano of Chile

Head into the wild Chilean mountainside and mountain climb on Marmolejo, the southernmost mountain over 6,000 meters above sea level. Experience the solitude on this accessible mountain that is surrounded with wild beauty, from its canyons and glaciers to its wildlife. Visit any time of the year for quality mountain climbing conditions.
 
 
 
 
 

Top mountain climbing trips | Cerro Marmolejo:

 
 
 

What people are saying about these trips


 

There are many reasons for choosing Mountain Climbing in Cerro Marmolejo

One of the first facts you’ll learn about the Marmolejo volcano is that, at 6,108 meters above sea level, it is the southernmost 6,000-meter peak, as it stands in the central region along the border between Chile and Argentina. Like all things extreme, the location of Marmolejo offers an intensely remote experience where you’re left alone with the mountainside.

 

Good to know:

Country code

+56

Language

Spanish

Currency

Chilean peso

Best time to visit

Visit any time of the year for quality mountain climbing conditions

What's the weather like?

The weather on Marmolejo is very cold given its high altitude, with its peaks crowned in snow

More info about Mountain Climbing in Cerro Marmolejo:

The 6,108-meter mountain of Marmolejo is a stratovolcano located in the Andes mountain chain along the border between Chile and Argentina. Its neighbouring mountain of San Jose is an active volcano, just 6 miles northeast. Marmolejo is the southernmost 6,000-meter summit in the world

Need help discovering your next adventure?

 

 

Find more mountain climbing trips in Chile

 

Join our newsletter!

Stay up-to-date on the best adventures.