The 2,360-meter peak of Quetrupillan is one of the iconic volcanoes that is home to the Villarrica National Park. Its slopes merge to form a perfect caldera that is glazed over with ice and snow. It is dominated by spectacular volcanic scenery and holds some of the most picturesque spots in the whole Andes range.
What's the weather like?
The region receives a mild climate, with higher altitudes receiving cooler temperatures
Best time to visit
Visit during the warmer months between November and April for quality mountain climbing conditions
Located in the region of Araucania in central Chile is the dramatic Quetrupillan volcano, between the neighboring volcanoes of Villarrica and Lanin. It is protected within the Villarrica National Park that contains many gems of the Andean Volcanic Belt. Quetrupillan rises to 2,360 meters above sea level, and its last eruption was recorded in 1872
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