The Denali, formerly called Mt McKinley, is the highest mountain in the United States and North America, with 6168 msnm. Despite not being one of the highest in the world, the slope to be overcome (about 4000 m from the base camp), together with the low temperatures, given its proximity to the Arctic polar circle, make the Denali one of the summits More complicated to ascend. The name Denali means “the Great” in the Athabascan languages
The Guallatiri volcano (in Aymara: wallatiri, ‘abundance of guallatas’) Is one of the most active volcanoes in northern Chile. It is located just west of the border with Bolivia, on the Andes mountain range. The Guallatiri is located in the commune of Putre, Parinacota province, region of Arica and Parinacota, near the Chilean border with Bolivia.
The Aconcagua is a mountain located in the province of Mendoza, in the west of Argentina. It integrates the Principal Mountain Range, which is a component of the Andes mountain range. At an altitude of 6960.8 masl it is the most eminent peak of the southern and western hemispheres, the highest on Earth after the Himalayas (Asia) system and, therefore, the highest peak in America.
The volcano Parinacota (from Aymara: parinaquta, ‘laguna de parinas’) is a stratovolcano located on the border of Bolivia and Chile, between the Department of Oruro and the Region of Arica and Parinacota respectively, being found on the Andes mountain range. Together with the Pomerape, it forms the snowy Payachatas, “gods” for the inhabitants of the Andean highlands, both Bolivian and Chilean. Its first ascent was carried out 12 of December of 1928 by the Bolivian Carlos Terán and the Austrian Joseph Prem.
The Nevado Ojos del Salado is a stratovolcano belonging to the Andes, which is located on the border between Argentina and Chile, which is its highest point. With 6891,3 mamsl, it is the highest volcano in the world and the second peak of the southern and western hemispheres, 1 being only surpassed by the Aconcagua mountain (6960.8 mamsl).