The Tronador is an extinct volcano, situated along the border between Argentina and Chile near the Argentine city of San Carlo de Bariloche. Tronador is situated inside the Nationalparks of Nahuel Huapi (Argentina) and Vicente Pérez Rosales (Chile). The Tronador is the highest mountain of the region and marks the border between Argentina and Chile.
First ascent: 29th January 1934 by Hermann Claussen (Swiss).
Argentina 1975, Tronador Volcano in the background.
Portrait of Francisco Pascasio Moreno.
The stamp was issued in the series "Pioneers of Antarctica".
Argentina 1977, Tronador Volcano in the far background.
View from the Lake Fonck.
The stamp was issued in the series " Views – Central Argentina".
Argentina 2004, Tronador.
Argentina/Romania 2002, Joint Issue.
A view across Lago Nahuel Huapi towards Tronador volcano (3'491 m).
The mountain ridge in the foreground left is Cerro Lopez 2'076 m and at the right the Cerro Capilla 1'958 m.
(The illustration of a Romania sheet of the Joint issue series depicts the Tronador volcano as well)