Sierra Nevada de Lagunas Bravas

Sierra Nevada de Lagunas Bravas is a group of extinct volcanoes in Chile and Argentina with an area of 225 km ². The Sierra Nevada group consists of at least twelve volcanic craters. Two of them are composite volcanoes. The highest point is the Cumbre del Laudo with a height of 6127 m.

Part of the volcanic group dates from the Holocene. Volcanism from the Pleistocene is also proved. The older rocks located to the east, in Argentina. Studies are difficult, because the group is located in one of the most remote regions of the Andes. The time of the last onset is unknown.