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Puyehue National Park

Puyehue National Park is located in the Andes, in Los Rios and Los Lagos Region of Chile. It covers . The Route 215 passes through the park. It connects with the Argentine Route 231 via Cardenal Antonio Samore Pass.

The park is dominated by Puyehue volcano, Cordon Caulle and Antillanca Group.

Its flora and fauna in the lower parts is that one of Valdivian temperate rain forest and is similar to that of its southern neighbor, the Vicente Perez Rosales National Park.

Another attraction is Antillanca ski resort.

The rivers Gol-Gol and Chanleufu flow through the park, whereas the major lakes within it are Gris and Constancia. The park features numerous waterfalls. Among them is 'Salto del Indio.

See also

Puyehue Lake

Rupanco Lake

External links

Landscape Scenes and Plants

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