See Aconcagua!Mendoza Province, Argentina
Aconcagua is one of the Seven Summits of the seven continents. It’s the highest mountain in the Southern Hemisphere with a summit elevation of 6,961 meters (22,838 ft). It rises above the cities of Mendoza and San Juan Province. The mountain and its surroundings are part of the Aconcagua Provincial Park. The mountain has a number of glaciers. The largest glacier is the Ventisquero Horcones Inferior, which descends from the south face.
While not technical, Aconcagua is a highly underestimated climb. Traveling with a trained guide will greatly increase your chances of safely summiting the mountain. The lower reaches of the mountain are notoriously dry and dusty while the top thousand meters or so are frequently covered in ice and snow. Crampons and ice axes are sometimes needed depending on the weather and route. If you are planning to climb Aconcagua, do not let the high altitude and low success rates deter you. Preparation is the key!