Iztaccihuatl Volcano

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Mountain, Nature

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The Iztacchuatl Volcano is the third-highest mountain in Mexico City. Named for its similarity to a sleeping lady, Iztacc-huatl translates into a white woman from the Nahuatl language. The permanently snow-capped summit provides breathtaking views of Popocatepetl and the Mexico Valley below. At 12,000 feet, hiking trails lead from La Joya to the summit (3,700 meters)

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-3.53 °C

0.25 meter/sec, 324°

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0.04 meter/sec, 52°

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2.35 meter/sec, 185°

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1.49 °C

2.87 meter/sec, 183°

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