This striking mountain is located in the foothills of the Andes southeast of the city of Santiago. It is one of the summits that forms part of the Sierra de Ramón mountain range, which divides Santiago Valley from Cajón del Maipo, part of the Andes range. It is one of the most visited mountains in the central zone due to its proximity to downtown. After hiking up its steep slopes for 4-5 hours, we will arrive at a 360 degree view of the central zone. Here we will get to see an incredible view of the city of Santiago, the central Andes mountain range, and a large part of the coastal range. This peak is not for the faint of heart!