Marmolejo: The Marmolejo mountain stands 20,039 feet tall and is smack dab in the middle of Chile and Argentina.
Tupungato: Tupungato is yet another volcanic mountain in Chile. It is revered as one of the highest mountains in the Americas coming in at 21,555 feet tall.
Aucanquilcha: The Aucanquilcha mountain continues the pattern of volcanic mountains on the list and is located in Northern Chile.
Cerro El Muerto: The Cerro El Muerto mountain’s name translates to The Dead One Hill.
Parinacota: The Parinacota mountain happens to be one of those that doubles as a volcano.
Ojos del Salado: The Ojos Del Salado has a pretty obvious translation to Salty Eyes in English.
Pomerape: The Pomerape mountain is a neighbor of the Parinacota mountain making it another volcanic addition to the list.
Llullaillaco: The Llullaillaco might be a mouthful to pronounce and the mountain itself is overwhelming as it stands an incredible 22,110 feet tall.