Tupungato


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Tupungato

a mountain on the border between Argentina and Chile, in the Andes. Height: 6550 m (21 484 ft.)

Tupungato

 

an extinct volcano in the Tupungato Massif in the Andes, situated on the Chile-Argentine border to the east of Santiago. The mountain rises to an elevation of 6,800 m. The height of the snow line is 4,500–5,500 m, with glaciers as low as 3,400 m. The total area of glaciation is 157 sq km. There is an active volcano, Tupungatito (5,640 m), on the southeastern spur of the mountain mass.

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