La Torre Suiza

Address: Francisco Bilbao 969, Villarrica, Lake District, Chile | Hostel
 
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This hostel is located on Francisco Bilbao 969, Villarrica.
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Travel Blogs from Villarrica

THE Live Volcano

A travel blog entry by ashhigh on Feb 10, 2014

11 photos

... hours of walking isn't the best idea for someone with a broken collarbone... We ended the day with a nice omelette, more pisco and then drinks in an overhyped bar where it was happy hour all day every day (2 for 1 but drinks were double the price of other places...) On our final day in Pucon we had our night bus to Santiago to catch at 9pm so we spent the day exploring the town and chilling at the hostel before going back to our favourite pizza place - couldn't resist a round ...

Pucon, Chile

A travel blog entry by rubyandwolsey on Dec 05, 2013

51 photos

... out a bit and nearer the top, when it became very steep and icy, I became noticeably quieter and would only look at my feet. However, once at the summit, the views were breathtaking and made the near 4 hour climb more than worth it. However, another 'breathtaking' aspect of the volcano is the cloud of toxic gas billowing from the crater. We'd maybe been on the summit for ten minutes before the wind began to kick up increasing the danger of death by asphyxiation (and ...

Fantastic day exploring the Lakes

A travel blog entry by waynesharfro on Jul 20, 2013

3 comments, 34 photos

... a narrow petrified lava canyon. The base of the falls was churning so much as the water came crashing down that it looked thick, almost like milk, with periodic explosions of mist shooting up and creating a rainbow. As the water flows down river it is a turquoise and emerald color that looks like a very thick piece of broken glass or resin. I tried to capture it with photos and video, but its really something that has to be seen.

We began losing ...

"its pretty chilly here..."

A travel blog entry by langohr101 on Apr 11, 2013

... were smart enough to make the climb on there own without a guide or experience, They were never to return or be found. As we made it close to the top it got real steep... and so for a solid hour before making it to the crater you were on edge! the most minor mistake or misfooting would have brought you down for sure.

We were the first of any group to make it to the top and it seemed we were very lucky indeed as 60% of people on the volcano ...