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Volcan Calbuco

Reserva Nacional Llanquihue | Ruta 225, km. 36, Puerto Varas, Chile
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US$161.00*
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Peulla Day Trip with Lunch
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US$230.00*
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Puerto Varas to Bariloche Andean Lakes Crossing with Optional Return
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Reserva Nacional Llanquihue | Ruta 225, km. 36, Puerto Varas, Chile
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Reviewed 1 week ago

we did not get that close to the volcano, but you can see it from everywhere. I am not sure how close you could get hiking. It is an active volcano after all

Thank Cruiser_D_R
Reviewed 13 December 2017

Majestic and surreal. We cycled up to a mid-point on Volcan Calbuco. There is a lot of ash so made it a little more challenging, but that was 1/2 the fun of it. Stopped in Ensenada on our way home and picked up a few...More

Thank Alexander N
Reviewed 25 May 2017

This place is unbelievable, Once you have made it through the winding roads to the top, you are greeted with great views for miles. Well worth walking up to where the snow starts if you have the legs and attitude for it.

Thank HomerJSimpson01
Reviewed 14 February 2017

Very interesting view of the volcano but a little rough to visit it. Honestly I prefer volcano Osorno where you can go by car till the base and after you have different possibilities to climb

Thank Croco_77
Reviewed 9 February 2017 via mobile

We had a private driver takes us up to the ski hut Nice to see especially when the sun is out. Ice cap melting so perhaps one day no ice cap to see.

Thank Yvonne W
Reviewed 28 December 2016

It is well worth climbing the volcano Osorno .. The climb can be made by car to a reasonable height, and with a very beautiful view ... On the one hand, the view from the top of the volcano, with lots of snow .. on...More

Thank JustAT0urist
Reviewed 13 October 2016

I know it was snowing, but I was surprise with the wind and cold up there. Almost all days the're a fog up there, so we didn't try the seat cables until the top. But the view until there is amazing =D

Thank Clarice B
Reviewed 18 June 2016

My husband and I arranged to climb this volcano with a local guide. While the guide was fantastic - I can't understate how difficult the climb was. We have "climbed" several (hiking / scrambling) mountains around the world and have also completed many multi-day treks,...More

2  Thank bronnie43
Reviewed 24 May 2016

Situated on the other side of the Llanquihue lake (that means you are by the Osorno volcano on the kake itself or by the shore) and looking north you will have the chance to contemplate the Calbuco volcano. It is quite a big one and...More

Thank Michel20958
Reviewed 25 April 2016

This volcano no longer has a glacial top because it blew in the summer of 2015. Like toddlers, they look so peaceful when they're sleeping! Google Calbuco 2015 eruption for the the REAL character of these magnificient volcanoes.

Thank Frances W
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