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... this day, but it was pretty flat and the wind did its bit for me. I could ride it all, but it knocked me around a good deal. I found myself more or less making my route up with the help of workmen along the way. Valleys here run West to East, from the Pacific to the Andes. Getting North is not easy unless one takes the motorway, which would rather defeat the point of visiting a pretty place. So instead I had to zigzag between main valley roads and smaller ones to cross ...
... Der Guide legte ein ordentliches Tempo vor und so war die erste Pause sehr willkommen. Anschließend wurde die Eisaxt rausgeholt und es ging über Schnee weiter. Es gab keinen richtigen Weg. Unser Guide präparierte die vereiste Schneedecke nur mit der Eisaxt und wir folgten dann seinen Fußstapfen. Das Tempo war leider viel zu schnell um in Ruhe zu fotografieren und wenn wir mal eine Pause machten, dann drängte der Guide sofort weiterzugehen, aber das ist ...
no views – tons of tourists wanting to do the Lagos trail but quickly thinned
out at the other end. There were a couple of detours to some impressive falls
but decided to leave them to the end, time and energy permitting. Viewpoint 2
was at about 1100m which meant snowy, slushy icy paths but a good view of lake Tinquilco.
After that the snow was much deeper and icier, so icy it ...
... if you were wondering what it is. We spent all night playing with the Chilean equivalent called emboque, which translates to "tight passage" which is exactly what it is.
we developed a sequence of tricks, one which had to be completed before you earn the "privilege" to attempt the next set of tricks. needless to say it was a heap of fun, and is now going to be a Chili Kiwi hostel tradition, so if you head there, don't miss out!
... to peddle around, we enjoyed the lakes. The weather was at times cool and misty, perfect for runs through the quiet streets, and along the shore of Lake Villarica; also perfect for enjoying the hot showers and wood burning stove warming the brisk air in the cabaña we rented. The sun shone just enough to dry our laundry on the line, and to afford magnificent views of the smoking Villarirca Volcano that holds court over Pucón, one of the country's most active ...