Cerro Tronador is an inactive volcano, it is located in the southern zone of the Andes Mountain Range, it is located on the border between Argentina and Chile near the city of Bariloche.
The Tronador separates two national parks: the Vicente Pérez Rosales in Chile, and the Nahuel Huapi in Argentina.
The name of the hill is due to the noise that is produced by the frequent ice landslides in the glaciers, similar to the thunder. Its height of 3554 meters above sea level and stands out among the mountain ranges of Nahuel Huapi National Park. The Tronador has a total of seven glaciers which are currently in remission due to global warming.