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... since there apparently wasnt enough snow. We saw a couple other groups haphazardly sledding and were slightly jealous, but also glad our guides resorted to safety vs peer pressure. We didn't get to sled all the way down due to a lack of snow but the part we did was super fun and 100% better than walking down. The remaining portion was brutal. It was rocky and caused a lot of slippage and potential broken ankles, so I walked very slowly and carefully even though ...
... the highway. We are busy squatting at the moment alongside this lake although we are not too clear about whether we are allowed to be here. To get here we trekked, backpacks and all, down a freezing river in the rain. The only casualty we had was Luke's phone which fell in the water, but we quickly solved the problem by burying it in our stockpile of rice to dry out. We found a patch of flat ground sheltered by trees and settled in. Despite the rain we had a swim and whilst half naked made ...
After my arrival in Puerto Montt I travel directly with the bus to Pucon.
Pucon lies in the lake district of Chile, which is beautiful. Pucon itself I cannot recommend, Frutillar, Niblar, Corral, Valdivia und Puerto Varas on the contrary are beautiful.
... snow-capped volcanoes, many of them active, pine forests and some of Chiles best hot springs. We spent a cool afternoon at the Huerquehue National Park located within the Valdivian temperate rainforest where we hiked through the forests of Araucaria (monkey puzzle tree) which provided a lovely backdrop for the emerald green lakes. In the Villarica National Park, climbing the active Villarica volcano ...
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