– Lat/Long: 32.97° S 69.38° W

ArCerro Stepanek – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering information


Cerro Stepanek mountain guide

Cima nevada, Cerro Stepanek photo

Cerro Stepanek

Photo credit: Bruno cacciavillani

Pico Stepaneck, Cerro Stepanek photo

Cerro Stepanek

Photo credit: Tomás Palacios

Cerro Stepanek y Cerro Adolfo Calle photo

Cerro Stepanek

Photo credit: Gastón César García

Vista desde Veguitas Superior, Cerro Stepanek photo

Cerro Stepanek

Photo credit: Peter

  • Elevation: 4179 m
  • Difficulty: Scramble
  • Best months to climb: January, February, April, May, June, October, November, December
  • Convenient center: Mendoza

Cerro Stepanek Climbing Notes

Marcos Vidret from ARGENTINA writes:

You should use the current altitudes of the camps (editor replies: thank you, we have change the weather forecasts to these altitudes as you have suggested).

Veguitas is at 3200m. Veguitas Superior is at 3400. From Veguitas Superior you are just in front of Mount Stepanek (4180m)and Mount Calle (4270m). The entire path is marked.

Also, you can get by car up to 3000m, and you can choose between many shelters, at 2800, 29000 and 3000m.


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