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Climbing Nevado de Toluca

Enjoy a unique Mountain Climbing adventure to the top of the stunning Nevado de Toluca in Mexico.

Located 80km away from Mexico City, Nevado de Toluca is a 4,680 m stratovolcano near the city of Toluca. This amazing peak boasts two glittering lakes at its crater and others on the way. Additionally, it is a mystical place that served as a ritual ground and is an important archeological site.  Compare and book a certified guide for your Nevado de Toluca Mountain Climbing trip with Explore-Share.com. The mountains are calling!
 
 
 
 
 

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Nevado de Toluca is a stunning peak with breathtaking landscapes and amazing scattered on the way up and on the top itself.

 

Good to know:

Country Code

+52

Currency

Mexican peso

Language

Spanish and a variety of indigenous languages

Best time to visit

During the dry season, from November to March

Weather

The Nevado summit is characterized by year-round very cold, snowy Alpine climate with a lot of fog. The dry season goes from November to March, and it is very rainy from April to October

How to get there

You can either drive or take a bus to Toluca from Mexico City. If you're not driving, then once in Toluca you can either take a taxi to the volcano or take another bus towards Raíces that will drop you off at the base camp

More info about Mountain Climbing in Nevado de Toluca:

Nevado de Toluca is an imposing stratovolcano just 80km away from Mexico City. It is an ideal spot for a 1 or 2-day getaway. Not only is it a great place for a Mountain Climbing adventure due to its stunning landscapes, but it is also a place of legends and mystique. Archeologists have identified this Mexican stunner to have been an important site for indigenous rituals and sacrifices. The Nevado also boasts two crater lakes, the Laguna del Sol (Sun Lake) and Laguna de la Luna (Moon Lake), at an altitude of about 4,200 m. Go with a certified guide to the top of this beautiful Mexican landmark and discover its secret corners as you learn everything about its history!

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