4 Mountains 10 days

In these ten days we will go up to the 4 highest mountains in Mexico: Malinche, Nevado de Toluca, Iztaccihuatl and Pico de Orizaba, the top of Mexico.

This trip is designed to have a good acclimatization and so that while we enjoy the wonderful mountains that Mexico has to offer we also get to know the most important tourist sites.

The first days we will go up to Malinche and Nevado de Toluca which are the 5th and 4th highest Mountains in the Country.

To climb these two mountains are day hikes of moderate difficulty that a person accustomed to exercising can endure without problems, all the ascents are different but with really impressive views.

The last days is where the challenge becomes really interesting since we will go up to Iztaccihuatl and Pico de Orizaba which are the 3rd and 1st highest Mountains in Mexico (El Popocatepetl which is the 2nd highest mountain cannot be climbed due to its volcanic activity ).

Iztaccihuatl is a beautiful mountain with two glaciers, one located on the belly and the other on the chest, and although it is not a very technical mountain, it requires excellent physical condition, due to the height and time it will take us to reach the top, The most impressive thing in this ascent will be the sunrise that we will enjoy going up towards the knees with an incredible view of the valley with Malinche and the Pico de Orizaba in front of us.

The Pico de Orizaba being the top of Mexico is one of the most complete mountains that our country has since it begins with a sandy area, then we will have a rocky part called the labyrinth and at the end the magnificent Jamapa glacier that will take us to the top , In this glacier is where we will enjoy the sunrise that will show us beautiful views and our goal is the top of Mexico.

To reach the top of the Pico de Orizaba you also need an excellent physical condition and to have more knowledge of the use of crampons and ice axes, for this we will do some practices when going up to the iztaccihuatl and a day before in the refuge for those who do not have experience with these tools.

Between each of the mountains to rest and not leave without having known the most important historical sites in the country we will have guided tours of these places, the sites we will visit will be: Teotihuacán, the Historic Center of Mexico City, Huamantla and Cholula.


* Meals Included B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, PL = Packed Lunch, D = Dinner

Day 1: Arrival Day Guided visit to the historic center of Mexico City and we will transport ourselves to the Nevado de Toluca refuge. The Historic Center is a site cataloged by (UNESCO) we will know the Cathedral, the Templo Mayor and the National Palace. * D

Day 2: Summit Nevado de Toluca (4,700m) - we will go up to the Nevado and then return to D.F.Nevado de Toluca-The fourth highest mountain in Mexico. * B, PL, L

Day 3: Teotihuacán We will visit the famous Teotihuacán pyramids and we will move to some cabins in MalincheTeotihuacán-The most important Archaeological site in Mexico (UNESCO). * B, D

Day 4: Summit Malinche (4400m) We will go up to Malinche and we will stay in its cabins-Malinche-The fifth highest mountain in Mexico * B, PL, L, D

Day 5: We will visit Huamantla and move to the Iztaccihuatl refuge.Huamantla It is listed as a magical town due to its tourist interest * B, D

Day 6: Iztaccihuatl Summit (5220m) We will go up to Iztaccihuatl and stay another night in the refugeIztaccihuatl-the third highest mountain in Mexico * B, PL, L, D

Day 7: We will visit Cholula and we will transfer to a hotel in TlachichucaCholula- historical town with a beautiful church and pyramid. * B, D

Día 8: Day 8: We will go to the Piedra Grande Refuge (4,240) for Acclimatization *B, L, D

Day 9: Summit Pico Orizaba (5,636) We will go up to the Orizaba peak and transfer to the hotel in Mexico CityPico de Orizaba-The highest mountain in Mexico * B, PL, L

Day 10:Return Transfer to the Airport*B 

If you have questions, want a different package or require more information, do not hesitate to contact us.

What is included?

  • Accident insurance
  • Qualified guides
  • Safety equipment
  • Helmet
  • Crampons
  • Ice axe
  • Meals (those that are indicated in the itinerary)
  • Lodging in shelters, cabins, hotels and tents.
  • Airport-Hotel-Airport Transportation
  • Transportation between excursions.
  • Fees to different places and mountains

What to Bring

  • Towel
  • Sleeping bag
  • Clothes to sleep in
  • Wash kit
  • Thermal underwear
  • Fleece or fibre pile mid layer
  • Gore-Tex or similar outer layer to protect from the wind and rain
  • Sunglasses with ultraviolet protection with a close fit to the face or side protection
  • Sun cream of at least factor 30
  • Water proof jacket
  • Rucksack (25-30l)
  • Trekking poles
  • Rigid or semi-rigid mountain boots, previously used and waterproof
  • High mountain gloves
  • Insulating mat for the floor
  • Clothes for every day


This is not recommended for pregnant women, people with neck or back problems, people with haemophilia, asthma or epilepsy or for people with heart problems.