The Cerro Champaquí is the highest point in the Cumbres de Achala group, in the Sierras de Córdoba range of central Argentina. The summit is also the highest point in Córdoba province and the highest mountain in Argentina outside the Andes.
You can access the Cerro Champaqui from the W in one long day from Los Molles or Los Hornillos in the Traslasierra valley or from the E in 2 days by crossing the Pampa de Achala plateau (approx. 2000m above sea level) from La Cumbrecita or Villa Alpina (some 40km away in the valley of Calamuchita).
Trails are not well marked and can be hard to find (especially on the W side) and it is easy to get lost in the Pampa de Achala in the fog.
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