Volcano Llaima is 3125 M and has two craters with steep slopes. Pichi Llaima, which means small Llaima in the Native Mapuche language, is next to the main crater making this mountain an ideal place for winter sports, such as snowshoing and skiing.
These mountains of volcanic origin are located in the heart of the Conguillio Park. This is a great place to combine hiking and mountaineering, depending on the season of theTour Details
Messenger’s route. This is a thousand year old route used by the Mapuche people that crosses the mountains, to unite with the new Nevados de Sollipulli Park with glaciers, rivers and hotsprings. This is a unique hiking experience that includes both adventure and leisure.
A hike to experience and do! With a trail that’s more than 100 kms long within the Villarrica National Park it includes the three volcanoes, Villarrica, Quetrupillan and Lanin, connecting through the valleys, forests and lakes. This is one of the most beautiful hikes in the country.
“The sleeping giant”. At 3747 M, this is the tallest volcano in the Araucania region, located on the border between Chile and Argentina.
Here you can enjoy the sunset from basecamp, or an incredible sunrise at the peak. A wonderful place for flora and fauna, the home of the beautiful condor and the Chilean puma.
Situated within the Villarrica National Park, surrounded by Lenga and Araucaria forests with a height of 2360 M.
This is an ideal place for hiking, snowshoing and ski touring / randoné. You can see the glacier inside the crater.
Ruka Pillan – or House of Spirits, in the native Mapudungun language, at 2847 M this volcano is one of the most active in Chile, with an open crater and it’s lake of lava rising as the guardian of the towns of Villarrica and Pucon.