Pico de Orizaba 5633m (18471.13ft.)
and Iztaccihuatl 5215m (17109ft)
5 days Itinerary
Pick you up from Mexico city
Tranfer to Altzomoni by car (3950m) (camp)
Starting the ascending in the morning to the hut “Grupo de los cien” 4780 m.
First summit in "Las Rodillas" 5050m, if you fell good ascender to principal summit "los Pechos" 5254m for being back at "La JOYA" . traveling to " Cholula" Hostal where you can rest and take a shower.
3 Day (Cholula)
Free day Rest day in Cholula you can visit the pyramid under church.
4 Day (Pico de Orizaba)
Transfer to Serdan town
Travel in 4x4 truck to Base Camp where we are going to sleep 4,000m.
Starting the ascending to reach the summit South Face , for being back at the Refuge and to go down to "Serdan". back to Mexico city.
· Land Transportation from Mexico City to the mountains and back. (in Pico de Orizaba include 4x4).
· Mountain guides
· Collective gear; ropes, carabineers, tends, etc. (optional personal gear like crampons, ice tools, sleeping bag, head lamp, etc.) please check our web site to see all the gear you need,(section mountain equipment).
· Hotel Night at itinerary. (in double rooms)
· Mountain permissions
· Communication with base camp and mountain rescue.
· Base camp
· water purified in bottle.
Izta and Pico without meals Cost Each one in Euro
This option (most recommended), you can bring your food, or by the way we can stop to buy food in a supermarket (like wall mart) and you can choose what is best for you, we bring stove with gas, dishes and accessories, also purified water in bottles 20 liters, so you can refill your water containers.
people Izta & Pico cost per person in Euros 6-10 € 530 3-5 € 550 2 €650 1 € 850
Cost without meals Each one american dollars
people Izta & Pico per person 6-10 590 3 -5 640 2 690 1 920
With Meals only at the mountain:
In this option we can include foods at the mountain (not including restaurants, no grocery stores) if do you prefer this option you will comment when write us.
Izta & Pico with mountain meals (include only meals at the mountain) each one in Euro
people Izta & Pico per person more than 11 € 550 6-10 € 590 3-5 € 650 2 € 750 1 € 950
Trip Izta and pico with mountain meals (include only meals at the mountain at the itinerary) Cost each one in american dollars
people Izta & Pico per person 6-10 700 3 - 5 720 2 790 1 1060
(Special prices for big groups)
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Iztaccihuatl summit "el Pecho"
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Where is the highest mountain in Mexico?
Orizaba is ranked 7th in the world in topographic prominence.
Pico de Orizaba (Citlaltépetl) is the highest peak in Mexico and the highest volcano in North America; it is also the third highest peak in North America after Denali and Mount Logan.
Where is the highest elevation in Mexico?
Pico de Orizaba is the highest mountain peak of Mexico., a stratovolcano on the boundary between the states of Puebla and Veracruz,
Pico de Orizaba video
Iztaccihuatl Video clic on the picture up
Iztaccihuatl video clic on the picture up
Hiking on Pico de Orizaba
Rest in Cholula
Pico de orizaba volcano video clic on the picture
What is Iztaccihuatl?
I the hird high mountain in Mexico is a 5,218 m (17,000 ft) dormant volcanic mountain in Mexico located on the border between the State of Mexico and Puebla. It is the nation's third highest, after Pico de Orizaba 5,636 m (18,491 ft) and Popocatépetl 5,426 m (17,802 ft).
How is spelling Iztaccihuatl?
Iztaccíhuatl (alternative spellings include Ixtaccíhuatl, or either variant spelled without the accent) (About this sound istakˈsiwatɬ (help·info) or, as spelled with the x, /iʃtakˈsiwatɬ/),
The name "Iztaccíhuatl" is Nahuatl for "White woman", reflecting the four individual snow-capped peaks which depict the head, chest, knees and feet of a sleeping female when seen from east or west.
Iztaccíhuatl lies to the north of Popocatépetl, to which it is connected by the high altitude Paso de Cortés. Depending on atmospheric conditions the dormant volcano is visible much of the year from Mexico City some 70 km (43 mi) to the northwest.
The first recorded ascent was made in 1889, though archaeological evidence suggests the Aztecs and previous cultures climbed it previously. It is the lowest peak containing permanent snow and glaciers in Mexico
More pictures about Pico de Orizaba and Iztaccihuatl
El pico de Orizaba (right) volcano from Cantona pyramids, left "la derrumbada"
Pico de Orizaba volcano "los nidos" behind "el laberinto"
Amecameca Market in down town Iztaccihuatl
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