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Four High Mountains and real Mexico in 15 days


*Pico de Orizaba *Iztaccihuatl *Malinche *Nevado de Toluca

popocatepetl Citlaltepetl Pico de Orizaba




Itinerary day by day




mexico foto


 arrival in MEX City (2250m)
transfer at the Hotel free day


Hotel in Mexico City

IZtaccihuatl carreta


Visit Coyoacan in Mexico City

Transfer to Nevado de Toluca 3600m.






 Climb Nevado de Toluca (4600m) and go back at Mexico City

Hotel in Mexico City

Nevado de Toluca


 Visit Xochimilco (Mexican Venice in typical boat)Transfer to Maliche Hut (3680m) Hut Malinche

 Malinche camp

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 Ascender Malinche  4400m



Malinche -  Pico de Orizaba


 Transfer to Amecameca Town visit, typical Market. Transfer to Paso de Cortez (between in Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl)Transfer to Altzomoni 3950 m by car


Popocatepetl Iztaccihuatl


 Ascender in Iztaccihuatl to First Summit "las Rodillas" (5050) if you feel Good the Principal summit el "Pecho" (5254m)Transfer to Cholula  (2400m)

 Cholula Hostal


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 Free day in Cholula typical town (with pyramids and churches)

 Cholula Hostal  

cholula piramides


Visit Teotihuacan pyramids Transfer to Mexico city

Hotel in Mexico City


Teotihuacan pyramids



Visit Xochicalco Pyramids

visit Tepoztlan

Hotel in Mexico City

Tepoztlan Mexico


Transfer to Ciudad Serdan


Pico de Orizaba ciudad Serdan


 Transfer by 4x4 at base camp


Pico de Orizaba silos 




 Summit day in Pico de Orizaba (5754m) transfer to Serdan



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 Visit Cantona Pyramids

 Hostal in Cholula

Cantona Mexico teotihuacan


Transfer to Mexico City End service (optional visit Puebla City)


catedral DF


Including :

    • All land transportation from Mexico City at the itinerary. (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 in mountain equipment, if you need some like crampons, ice axe, sleeping bag, etc.,we can bring free (only we have not all boots size).
    • Mountain permissions
    • Communication with base camp and mountain rescue.
    • Water purified in bottle (you will bring containers).
    • Nights in hotel, or land hotel, in double room at th itinerary .
    • Hut or  Base camp at the itinerary
    • Meals at the itinerary tiket to arqueological places at the itinerary


Without meals:

In 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.

Cost For the 2017 - 18 Season:

Four mountains 15 days without meals
Cost each one Euro
people 4 Mountains 15d
more than 7 1190
5 - 6 1245
3-4 1290
2 1365
Four mountains 15 days without meals
Cost Each one American dollars
People 4 Mountains 15d
more than 7 1390
5 - 6 1440
3 - 4 1490
2 1590
1 2280


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How tall is Pico de Orizaba ( Citlaltepetl )?
5,636 m

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 base camp


About altitude

Pico de Orizaba ( Citlaltepetl )

With an altitude of more than 5700 m (18871 ft.,) the highest Mexican mountain with an estimated altitude of 5685 meters above sea level , there is some debate regarding its height. quotes 5610 meter as a revised value. A significantly higher 5700 m is also frequently quoted.

Pico de Orizaba: It is the highest inactive volcano in Mexico. Situated between the states of Puebla and Veracruz, it is cone-shaped and has a crater with a depth of 300 m and a width or 400 m.

El Pico de Orizaba is located in the boundary between the states of Puebla and Veracruz, 106 km West of the Gulf of Mexico. The second prominent feature within the park is a 4600 meter volcano named Tliltepetl, or Volcan Sierra Negra, whose crater is at slightly less than 7 km distance of the Citlaltepetl crater. The young Citlaltepetl and the old Tliltepetl nowadays constitute a joint geological structure.


Climbing el Pico de Orizaba

Choices for climb el Pico de Orizaba

The good choice for climb el Pico de Orizaba with acclimatization is



In another hand if you have a good acclimatization


If you have more time and want know good places

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Pico de Orizaba west face

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Pico de Orizaba

picture on the way to Pico de Orizaba from Cerdan


Where is Iztaccihuatl :

Iztaccíhuatl is located in Mexico

México and Puebla, Mexico

19°10′44″N 98°38′30″WCoordinates: 19°10′44″N 98°38′30″



(alternative spellings include Ixtaccíhuatl, or either variant spelled without the accent) (About this sound istakˈsiwatɬ (help·info) or, as spelled with the x, /iʃtakˈsiwatɬ/), is a 5,230 m (17,160 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).

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.

iztaccihuatl church n amecameca