Located in the Sierras de Cordoba, Cerro Champaquí is the highest peak in Cordoba Province, topping out at a height of 2,790 meters (9,154 ft). Overlooking the beautiful Calamuchita Valley, the journey up the mountain's summit is strewn with waterfalls and scenic vistas that culminate in a small mountaintop lake and a breathtaking panorama of central Argentina. The trails ascending Cerro Champaqui are open year round, and a variety of hiking options (group & independent) are available, departing from the quaint village of La Cumbrecita. Should you choose to hike with a group, expect to spend between 500-800 pesos ($117 - $186) for this incredible 2-3 day hike, which is well worth every penny.
Location:100 km (62 miles) SW of Cordoba, Sierras de Cordoba, Cordoba Province, Argentina