Trekking in Orizaba

Servimont is a climber-owned outfit passed down through the Reyes family since the 1930s. As the longest-running operation in the area, it also acts as a Red Cross rescue facility. It’s based in the small town of Tlachichuca (2600m), which is a common starting point for expeditions.

Shorter and less-demanding ascents on offer are those of Iztaccihuatl, Malinche and Nevado de Toluca volcanoes.