Embark on an adventure on the active volcano La Malinche! With an official height of 4,420 meters, this majestic mountain ranks as the seventh highest in Mexico.


Malinche is a seismically active volcano with an official height of 4,420 meters above sea level. It is classified as the 7th highest mountain in Mexico and is located between the Mexican states of Tlaxcala and Puebla. It is part of the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt.

On the slopes of Malinche, there are pine-oak forests that transition from various types of oak in the lower parts to pines and fir trees in the higher parts.

Above the forest limit, there is a grassland known as "zacatonal." The slopes predominantly have a temperate sub-humid climate typical of the valleys in the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt.

Above 3,500 meters above sea level, the climate is cold, with average annual temperatures ranging between 2 and 4 °C. This area experiences frequent frosts throughout the year, and snowfall occurs between December and March.


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