Mountains of Mexico

2017-07-29T05:58:59+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Parícutin, El Jorullo, Popocatépetl, Volcán Tacaná, Pico de Orizaba, Peña de Bernal, Cofre de Perote, Aguajito, Malinche (volcano), Nevado de Toluca, Volcán de Colima, Iztaccihuatl, El Centinela (Baja California, Mexico), List of Ultras of Mexico, Picacho del Diablo, List of mountain peaks of Mexico, Cerro de la Silla, Cerro Potosí, Mount Tlaloc, Ajusco, Cerro Mohinora, Pico del Águila, Sierra Negra, Cerro de las Mitras, Cerro del Topo Chico, Cerro El Huehuentón flashcards Mountains of Mexico
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  • Parícutin
    Parícutin (or Volcán de Parícutin, also accented Paricutín) is a scoria-cone volcano located in the Mexican state of Michoacán, near the city of Uruapan and about 322 km west of Mexico City.
  • El Jorullo
    El Jorullo is a cinder cone volcano in Michoacán, central Mexico, on the southwest slope of the central plateau, 33 miles (53 kilometers) southeast of Uruapan in an area known as the Michoacán-Guanajuato volcanic field.
  • Popocatépetl
    Popocatépetl (Spanish pronunciation: [popokaˈtepetɬ] ; Nahuatl: Popōcatepētl [popoːkaˈtepeːt͡ɬ]) is an active volcano, located in the states of Puebla, Mexico, and Morelos, in Central Mexico, and lies in the eastern half of the Trans-Mexican volcanic belt.
  • Volcán Tacaná
    The Tacaná Volcano is the second highest peak in Central America at 4,060 metres (13,320 ft), located in the Sierra Madre de Chiapas of northern Guatemala and southern Mexico.
  • Pico de Orizaba
    The Pico de Orizaba sometimes known as Citlaltépetl (from Nahuatl citlal(in) = star, and tepētl = mountain), is a stratovolcano, the highest mountain in Mexico and the third highest in North America, after Denali (formerly known as Mount McKinley) of the United States and Mount Logan of Canada.
  • Peña de Bernal
    Peña de Bernal (in English: Bernal's Boulder or Bernal Peak) is a 433 m (1,421 ft) tall monolith, one of the tallest in the world.
  • Cofre de Perote
    Cofre de Perote, originally Naupa-Tecutépetl (from Nāuhpa-Tēuctēpetl in the Nahuatl language), is known also as Nauhcampatépetl.
  • Aguajito
    El Aguajito (also called Santa Ana caldera) is a caldera volcano located on the Gulf of California in Mexico.
  • Malinche (volcano)
    La Malinche mountain, also known as Matlalcueye or Malintzin, is an inactive volcano (dormant for the last 3,100 years) located in Tlaxcala and Puebla states, in Mexico.
  • Nevado de Toluca
    Nevado de Toluca (Spanish: ) is a large stratovolcano in central Mexico, located about 80 kilometres (50 mi) west of Mexico City near the city of Toluca.
  • Volcán de Colima
    The Volcán de Colima, also known as Volcán de Fuego, is part of the Colima Volcanic Complex (CVC) consisting of Volcán de Colima, Nevado de Colima (Spanish pronunciation: [neˈβaðo ðe koˈlima] ) and the eroded El Cantaro (listed as extinct).
  • Iztaccihuatl
    Iztaccíhuatl (alternative spellings include Ixtaccíhuatl, or either variant spelled without the accent) (Spanish pronunciation: [istakˈsiwatɬ] 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.
  • El Centinela (Baja California, Mexico)
    El Centinela is a hill 20 km (12 mi) northwest of Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico, on Mexican Federal Highway 2.
  • List of Ultras of Mexico
    The following sortable table comprises the 26 ultra-prominent summits of México.
  • Picacho del Diablo
    Picacho del Diablo is the highest peak on the Baja California peninsula, measuring 3,096 metres (10,157 ft).
  • List of mountain peaks of Mexico
    This article comprises three sortable tables of major mountain peaks of México.
  • Cerro de la Silla
    The Cerro de la Silla is a mountain and natural monument located within the metropolitan area of the city of Monterrey, Nuevo León, in northeastern Mexico.
  • Cerro Potosí
    Cerro El Potosí is the highest mountain in the Sierra Madre Oriental mountain range of northeast Mexico.
  • Mount Tlaloc
    Mount Tlaloc (Spanish: Cerro Tláloc or El Mirador, Nahuatl: Tlalocatepetl) is a mountain in central Mexico, located immediately due east of Mexico City.
  • Ajusco
    Ajusco is a 3,930 m (12,894 ft) lava dome volcano located just south of Mexico City, Mexico, in the Tlalpan borough of the city.
  • Cerro Mohinora
    Cerro Mohinora is an extinct volcano that is part of the Sierra Madre Occidental mountain range in the Mexican state of Chihuahua located in the municipality of Guadalupe y Calvo.
  • Pico del Águila
    Pico del Águila is a peak of the mountain range called Ajusco, located in Cumbres del Ajusco National Park at the southern outskirts of Mexico City, in the borough of Tlalpan.
  • Sierra Negra
    Sierra Negra (also, and perhaps more properly, Cerro La Negra) is an extinct volcano located in the Mexican state of Puebla, close to the border with Veracruz.
  • Cerro de las Mitras
    Cerro de las Mitras (literally 'Hill of the Mitres'), named for its distinctive mitre-shaped structures at the very top viewed from the northern side, is a symbol of the landscape of the state of Nuevo León, Mexico.
  • Cerro del Topo Chico
    Cerro del Topo Chico (literal English: Small Mole Hill) is a mountain located in the western portion of the city of San Nicolás de los Garza and within the northern limits of the Monterrey metropolitan area (both cities are in the Mexican state of Nuevo León).
  • Cerro El Huehuentón
    The Cerro El Huehuentón (Nahuatl: Huēhuēntōn "little old man") is the highest peak of the Sierra de Quila; it stands at 8,298 ft above sea level.