Welcome to Parque Nacional Puyehue
Volcán Puyehue, 2240m tall, blew its top the day after the earthquake in 1960, turning a large chunk of dense, humid evergreen forest into a stark landscape of sand dunes and lava rivers. Parque Nacional Puyehue protects 1070 sq km of this contrasting environment, and it is one of the more 'developed' of the country's national parks, with a ski resort and several hot-spring resorts within its boundaries.
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