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Travelers are voting Domuyo, Tipas and Monte Pissis as the best of 22 volcanoes in Argentina. Also popular are Trocon and Puesto Cortaderas in Neuquen and Robledo in Catamarca Province. Want more? Check out our map of volcanoes in Argentina.
The Domuyo Volcano is a stratovolcano located in the Argentine province of Neuquén. With a height of 4,709 m (15,449 ft), it is the…
Tipas or Cerro Tipas (also known as Cerro Cazadero or Cerro Walther Penck) is a massive complex volcano in northwestern Argentina, located just…
Monte Pissis is an extinct volcano in La Rioja Province, Argentina. The mountain is the third-highest in the Western Hemisphere, and is located…
Tromen is a stratovolcano in western Argentina. It rises above the older caldera of the Volcán Negro del Tromen.
Trocon is a lava dome complex in Argentina. It has two summit craters and a pyroclastic cone. It is of estimated Pleistocene-Holocene age.
Robledo is the name of a caldera in Catamarca Province,
Puesto Cortaderas is an isolated basaltic pyroclastic cone in Argentina.
Antofagasta de la Sierra is a volcanic field in Argentina. The main type of volcanic edifice in the area are scoria cones. The area contains the…
Cerro Galán is a caldera in Catamarca Province, Argentina, considered to be the best exposed large caldera in the world.
Caldera del Atuel is a caldera in Argentina.
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