The highest mountain in Argentina is Aconcagua. The mountain summit has an elevation of approximately 22,834 feet. It is the highest point in the country and in the South American continent.
Argentina is situated between Chile and Uruguay in the southern region of South America. It is surrounded by the South Atlantic Ocean and it forms land borders with Brazil, Chile, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay.
Aconcagua, which lies to the northwest of Mendoza province, is the tallest peak in the Andean mountain range. Ojos del Salado, traversing both Argentina and Chile, ranks second in height. Other Andean mountains that are exclusively within Argentine territory include Pissis, Galan, Nacimiento, Laudo and Famatina.