Mount Citlaltepetl Climb

Mount Citlaltepetl Climb

Mount Citlaltepetl is a mountain in Mexico, located in the state of Jalisco. The elevation of Mount Citlaltepetl is 5,636 m (18,491 ft)).Mount Citlaltepetl was named after the Aztec god of fire and lightning. It is one of the tallest peaks in Mexico and one of the most popular hiking destinations for tourists. The mountain has a number of different trails that lead up to its peak. The summit of Citlaltepetl is the third highest point in Mexico. It is also one of the most important archaeological sites in the country. The site was inhabited for thousands of years, and it was occupied by several cultures before.

It was discovered by the Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés in 1519,

and it has been climbed by many explorers since then. In 2010, a group of climbers decided to attempt a climb up the mountain’s peak, which is at an elevation of over 5,000 meters (16,400 feet). The trip would take them over fifteen days and involve climbing several thousand meters up steep slopes covered in loose rock.

On May 12th of that year, they reached the top of Mt Citlaltepetl and spent two nights there before descending back down again on May 14th. They returned home safely with no injuries or deaths during this dangerous expedition.

If you’re interested in climbing Mount Citlaltepetl, we recommend that you check the weather before setting out. The best time to climb Mount Citlaltepetl is from May to September. During other months, there is a high chance of rain, which may make the climb more difficult. If you are planning to climb during this time, we recommend wearing proper footwear and clothing.SummitClimb offers Ama Dablam, Manaslu, Everest, Aconcagua, Mera Peak, Cho Oyu, K2 expedition every year.

The average temperature for Mount Citlaltepetl is 10 degrees Celsius. The lowest recorded temperature at Mount Citlaltepetl was 0 degrees Celsius and the highest recorded temperature was 36 degrees Celsius. The average humidity is 83%.