Mountains in Argentina
Argentina is home to some of the world's most stunning and majestic mountain ranges. The Andes Mountains stretch across the country, offering incredible vistas of pristine peaks, rivers, and valleys. The Cerro Catedral, the highest peak in the country, can be found in Patagonia and is part of the Monte San Lorenzo range. In the Northwest, the Sierras de Famatina reach heights of 6,005 feet and feature glacier-covered slopes, with impressive rock formations jutting out. The Lanin Volcano in the Northern Andes stands proudly at 11,434 feet, with a spectacular conical shape that draws countless climbers. Argentina also hosts a portion of the famous Mount Aconcagua, which is the highest peak in South America, standing at 22,841 feet.