Next stop, Pucon!
and visited these beautiful waterfalls.
It was an awesome ride. I am seriously considering trading in driving a car for a bike when I get home 🙂
Day 2 was time to get the boots dirty again. We hit up Huerquehue National Park. The showers turned on but we enjoyed trudging along in the mud
Now day 3 was what we came to Pucon for.. To climb one of Chile’s most active volcano, Villarrica. For this you need to go with a guide and assistants, in proper gear including real boots, wind and rain protective gear and a backpack filled with things I have never seen or heard of. Think crampons, gaiters and plastic toboggans.
Gear on and ready to go! Note the weather at the bottom of the mountain.
Wish we could have taken videos of us coming down. But no need for an explanation on why this was not possible :p What took 5 hours to climb up, took only 45 mins to come down. This is a pic of a group who came down after us…
After an amazing sleep, the following day called for relaxation and time to enjoy the town before bussing off to Santiago.
Adios amigos xxxx
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