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Villarrica Volcano ascension

is one of Chile’s most active volcanoes, rising above the lake and town of the same name, 750 km (470 mi) south of Santiago. It is also known as Rucapillán, a Mapuche word meaning “Pillan’s house”. It is the westernmost of three large stratovolcanoes that trend NW-SW obliquely perpendicular to the Andean chain along the Mocha-Villarrica Fault Zone, along with Quetrupillán and the Chilean portion of Lanín, are protected within Villarrica National Park. Guided ascents are popular during summer months. In his feet you can find the city of Pucon, where you can do plenty of touristic activities


  • Accident insurance
  • Transport round trip
  • Full equipment (helmet, skiing sticks, gaiters, sled, mountains boots, bag, pant, jacket)
  • 1 guide/4 persons
  • National Park Entrance


  • Comfortable and warm clothes
  • 3 layers on top (t shirt, fleece and jacket)
  • Sunglasses UV3, suncream, lip balm cap (from the sun) and cap (to keep warm)
  • Great socks and thermal gloves
  • Lunch and Water : sandwiches, energy bar and 2L of water



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