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    Cross Lake Todos Los Santos, view Mt Osorno !!

    by WStat Written Feb 11, 2007

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    The most smashing and impressive views of Mount Osorno, its lower slopes, covered with Bamboo, Birch Trees and Chilco Plants can be found from the boat of "Lagos Andinos", crossing Lake Todos Los Santos.

    Mt Osorno from Lake Todos Los Santos
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    Visit Petrohue Falls

    by WStat Updated Feb 11, 2007

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    It could be a characteristic European mountain scenery, but the azur skies, the very southern climate and the group of volcanoes make feel you different. Mount Osorno, Chiles Mount Fuji, dominates all views. In the valley the river winds in a picturesque way along green and rocky canyons, gorges and the cascades of Petrohue Falls.

    Petrohue Falls Flag of Puerto Montt
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    Puerto Montt - center of "Chilean Switzerland"

    by WStat Updated Feb 11, 2007

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    Leaving Puerto Montt, drive north to Lake Llanquihue, Chile's largest lake located in a beautiful setting with snow-covered volcanoes reflecting in the clear waters. On the way you will have a magnificent view of Lake Llanquihue, as well as a great view of German-style villages and check out handicraft markets. Stop at one of the inviting farms, where you may treat yourself with empanadas and wine. and frequently also with Chilean traditional cuisine.
    Check out the farm, its horses, Lamas and Guanacos and admire the incredibly beautiful scenery- resmbling very much of mounrainous Switzerland. Therefore that part of Chile is also called "Chilean Switzerland"

    Fundo Olguita by Lake Llanquihue
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    Angelmo

    by perfectly_zen Updated Jun 14, 2005

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    This part of the city is very interesting..located amongst the piers, it has a great market of seafood (huuuuuuge "monster" oisters!!!! centollas...) and all sorts of things...it has, as well, a market of craftwork called Feria Artesanal. They are open everyday. All you have to do is to walk along the avenue that contours the bay or take a cab...it´s a very known place. There are some restaurants as well. When you arrive in Puerto Montt, ask someone about the time the market closes....At night it´s not a good idea to get there on foot since the avenue near algelmo gets completely empty and very dark.

    Angelmo at night
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    Puerto Montt

    by perfectly_zen Updated Mar 7, 2004

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    Puerto Montt is the capital of the lake District, and the biggest city around. It´s located by the Golf of Reloncavi, in the pacific, and twenty minutes away from Llanquihue lake and Puerto Varas. The road called Carretera Austral starts from P. Montt, travel through a part of the Andes and finishes in a village called O´Higgins....i´ve heard from a chilean friend that the most amazing landscapes of chile are located along this road....who knows one day i´ll get to see the carretera...=)
    We were told that in the begging of the last century there was an intense earthquake, followed by a tsunami that covered part of the city, and for that reason the residents moved to higher points...that´s why the residential area is located over the hills.....

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    Osorno

    by perfectly_zen Updated Feb 18, 2004

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    Osorno is 2800 meters high....it´s not much compared to others around the world, but the amazing thing about this vulcano is its shape...there hasn´t been an eruption for more than 5000 years, and that´s why he keeps this perfect form.
    Osorno can be seen from far away if the weather is good, from every point of Llanquihue lake...cities like Puerto Varas, Frutillar, that stands beside this lake have view to the volcano. Osorno is located between two lakes: Llanquihue and Lagoa todos los Santos, in the national park of Vicente Perez Rosalez. In fact, studies in the area have shown that actually those two lakes where a single, huge lake, but with the birth of Osorno, the lake was divided in two.
    It´s possible to trek over the vulcano Osorno till some point. Actually, most part of this park is composed by a distinct environment, created by earlier eruptions of the Osorno....

    Osorno seen from Lagoa Todos los Santos
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    Lake Llanquihue

    by perfectly_zen Written Feb 1, 2004

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    This lake has also view to the Osorno, and the water is very clean. You can see it all the way from P. varas to Vicente Perez Rosalez Park. The route is very beatiful, and there are many farms along the way.

    No, it��s not M.Fuji! Osorno and Llanquihue lake =D
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    Lagoa todos los Santos

    by perfectly_zen Written Feb 1, 2004

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    This lake has a view to a whole chain of volcanoes, and as you go along the lake the water gets even darker, deep blue. From one way, you´ll a chain of mountains around, and on the other side, the Osorno, very close.

    Lagoa Todos Los Santos
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    The harbour and fishing boats

    by al2401 Written Jan 7, 2012

    The port area of Angelmó is a busy place on water as well as land. Fishing boats and other craft come and go providing many a photo opportunity - or just enjoy a leisurely stroll.

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    Angelmó Craft Market

    by al2401 Written Jan 7, 2012

    As you drive down towards the Angelmó Fish Markets you pass many stalls selling Chilean arts and crafts - mainly leather and wood. Bargaining is alive and well in these markets.

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    PM a/to PN X - P Eden Iglesia / Church

    by elpariente Written Apr 11, 2007

    Cerca de la iglesia de Puerto Edén tienen sus capillas de la Virgen y de San Pedro
    Near the Puerto Eden church they have smalls chapels of the Virgin and saint Peter

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    The vegetal market

    by jghpmontt Written May 22, 2006

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    Many people that live in the near islands come to sale vegetal products them. They lives in the near islands and the sale are realize in weekend

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    Angelmo sea fruits market

    by jghpmontt Written May 22, 2006

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    In the same site that fish market is posible buy or dinning sea fruits.
    Sea fruits names: Erizos, almejas, cholgas, choritos ostras y navajuelas

    Erizos Cholgas Preparing products for sale
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    The port of Puerto Montt

    by jghpmontt Updated May 22, 2006

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    This is a general view of the port of Puerto Montt. Port of fishers and sale of products them.
    In this por go out a ships at south; Coyhaique and San Rafael lake; Punta Arenas and Paine towers.

    A ship to Punta Arenas Tenglo Island Fishing ships
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  • Walk the park near shorline of city

    by flifish Written Oct 24, 2004

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    The city has done a wonderful job giving people a place to stroll the shoreline. The street bordering the shoreline offers many little shops offering souvenirs.

    dried or smoked? oysters and claims

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