Pines Lake Resort Cabanas

Address: KM4.5 Camino Villarrica-Pucon, Casilla #330, Villarrica, Lake District, Chile | Resort
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This resort is located on KM4.5 Camino Villarrica-Pucon, Casilla #330, Villarrica.
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        Travel Blogs from Villarrica

        Time out in in Chile - Region de la Araucania (9)

        A travel blog entry by goldsack on Mar 21, 2015

        30 photos

        ... On getting out of the car to start walking we were surprised to find a light coating of eruption debris everywhere. Walking across the grass fields made a crouching noise. The day was perfectly clear and so after leaving the forest section we had spectacular views for 360 degrees.

        Next day we looked after ourselves by riding to Parque National Huerquehue some 60 km away. After securing our bike and riding gear in park headquarters we were ...

        'Resting' in Pucón

        A travel blog entry by jonreilly85 on Jan 09, 2015

        9 photos

        ... we had all carried up! My garmin has my top speed at 24 mph, not bad for sliding on your bum! Time for lunch and beers with the hiking group, then more beers and food with a Canadian mountaineer from my hostel before it was time to pack up ready to hit the road again. I was itching to get going, with many miles and miles of dodgy roads to cover! ...

        Lakes and volcanoes

        A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Dec 07, 2014

        4 comments, 59 photos

        ... snow, so took off the crampons and prepared to do some sliding. Our chief guide, Claudio, gave us strict instructions about using our ice axe and feet as brakes and off we went. To start with, the biggest challenge was in fact to keep sliding. We kept getting stuck on little speedbumps. We got better at the technique and when we got too slow we were able to use a plastic disc contraption to speed ...

        Hanging off the side of a volcano-mountain

        A travel blog entry by shazbattical on Oct 23, 2014

        2 comments, 6 photos

        ... fact there are no paths at all. You are walking in snow steps carved by other people (most of whom are taller than me, things like this count and make a difference) and you are pretty much hanging off the side of a mountain. Im not great at heights but neither am i really bad at them. Just somewhat bad at them. This was a bit advanced for me though as i would only be relying on myself and my command of the ice-axe to stop myself from falling. I tell you i had a deathgrip on ...

        Canyoning and Kendama

        A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on May 25, 2014

        Someone did a **** in the shower last during last nights shena****ns so the morning was playing cluedo to try and find out who the culprit was. There were a few suspects that slowly got weaseled down to a few. I think I know who did it, I'm not gonna name names. Anyway it was hilarious. At some point in the evening someone also dragged blood through the hostel because they cut themselves.

        Martin was hungover but we tried to get ...