|Elevation||6,621 m (21,722 ft)|
|Prominence||1,518 m (4,980 ft)|
|Location||Catamarca, Argentina -
|Type||stratovolcanoes and caldera|
|First ascent||1913 by Walther Penck|
Incahuasi or Nevado de Incahuasi is a volcanic mountain in the Andes of South America. It lies on the border of the Argentine province of Catamarca, and the Atacama Region of Chile. Incahuasi has a summit elevation of 6,621 metres (21,722 ft) above sea level.
The volcano consists of a 3.5-kilometre-wide (2.2 mi) caldera and two stratovolcanoes. Four pyroclastic cones are located 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) to the north-east and produced basalt-andesite lava flows that cover an area of 10 square kilometres (4 sq mi).
- List of volcanoes in Chile
- List of volcanoes in Argentina
- List of Ultras of South America
- Ojos del Salado
- Nevado Tres Cruces
- Cerro El Muerto
- "Incahuasi". SummitPost.org. http://www.summitpost.org/page/154000.
- Incahuasi (Spanish)
- "Cerro de Incahuasi, Argentina/Chile" on Peakbagger
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