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Lago Quillen, Alumine

(3.3/5 based on 15 reviews on the web)
Lago Quillen is located in Alumine. Add Lago Quillen to your Alumine travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Alumine trip builder.
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  • The place is beautiful, the Lake of water blue and the view to the peak of the volcano Lanín are unique. The vegetation of the environment is summer is very green, with many flowers. It is within the Lanin National Park and is super quiet. It is not so easy to reach because it must travel almost 50 km of gravel road in bad condition and once you get the services infrastructure is practically non-existent. There is only a campsite with a store that sells some basic things. So all we have a picnic overlooking the Lake with goat cheese and homemade bread very memorable. It was a very nice experience.
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  • We did 50 km from Aluminé, a road in not very good condition and the place was closed due to conflict with the Mapuche communities. The worst of the situation is that not we reported previously in the direction of tourism.
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  • With the exception of the Paradisical qualities of the place, both visiting and fishing experience is regrettable, observe foreign peoples, Europeans, hanging around the place apparently owners with an attitude of no friend, mistrust and rejection of visitors and tourists. Regrettable, they take over of land with your dirty money and have no respect for anyone if they could shoot us think they would. National Park Management leaves a lot to be desired. The area is all wired as a field of war full of posters aggressive asserting their exclusive owners rights. Not to waste time on visits this bitter day.
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