Pular is a massive stratovolcano located in the Antofagasta Region of northern Chile, about 15 km west of the border with Argentina, which in this area is a straight line between the summits of Socompa volcano and Cerro del Rincón. Pular, along with Cerro Pajonales, forms a high volcanic ridge, which runs in a generally north-east to south-west direction for 12 km (7 mi). Southward, following the same direction as the ridge, lies Socompa volcano. The ridge's crest forms a drainage divide between Salar de Atacama basin and Salar de Pular basin. This latter is a bowl-shaped basin enclosed on the east by Aracar volcano.
In the Kunza language Pular means "The Eyebrow".
By elevation Volcán Pular is
# 2 out of 410 in Provincia de El Loa # 15 out of 10580 in Chile # 3 out of 973 in Región de Antofagasta # 38 out of 16361 in the Andes (Chile, Argentina)
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