Nevado Tres Cruces Central is the second summit of an extinct volcanic massif, located in the Andes mountain range in the Atacama region of northern (Chile).
This summit, the second in altitude of the Tres Cruces massif, reaches 6629 meters above sea level, and a topographic prominence of nearly 610 meters in relation to the main or south summit. It is the highest summit located entirely in Chilean territory. Along with the south summit, it is the most visited of the massif; the col that connects them allows the ascent of both during the same expedition. That is the case of the first summiters, the Poles Stefan Osiecki and Witold Paryski, on 26 February 1937.
It has a crater of about one kilometer diameter.
By elevation Nevado Tres Cruces is
# 3 out of 500 in Catamarca # 2 out of 450 in Provincia de Copiapó # 2 out of 10580 in Chile # 2 out of 935 in Región de Atacama # 7 out of 8452 in Argentina # 7 out of 16361 in the Andes (Chile, Argentina)
By prominence Nevado Tres Cruces is
# 11 out of 500 in Catamarca # 5 out of 450 in Provincia de Copiapó # 89 out of 10580 in Chile # 6 out of 935 in Región de Atacama # 72 out of 8452 in Argentina
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