– Lat/Long: 14.71° N 91.48° W

GtVolcán Santo Tomás – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering information


Volcán Santo Tomás mountain guide

  • Elevation: 3505 m
  • Difficulty: Walk up
  • Best months to climb: January, February, November, December
  • Convenient center: Zunil, Quetzaltenango

Santo Tomas is a very old and eroded remnant of a volcano. The climb takes at least four hours, through dense sub tropical rainforest, and then through beautiful pine forests. Trais starts at the famous "Fuentes Geroginas," a beautiful hot water spring, ideal for a dip after the climb. View from the summit is very good, especially view of lake Atitlan and the Quetzaltenango highlands. Email me for more info.

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10 other mountain peaks closest to Volcán Santo Tomás:

1. Volcán Santo Tomás (3542 m) 0.0 km
2. Zunil or Volcan De Tzanjuyub (3542 m) 6.9 km
3. Santa María (volcano) (3772 m) 9.4 km
4. Almolonga (3197 m) 12.2 km
5. Volcán Siete Orejas (3370 m) 19.0 km
6. Santa Clara (2402 m) 21.1 km
7. Cerro de Coxóm (3045 m) 21.5 km
8. Volcán San Pedro (3018 m) 23.6 km
9. Toliman (3158 m) 33.0 km
10. Atitlan (3537 m) 34.6 km