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Encyclopedia > Antillanca

Antillanca is a ski resort in the Puyehue National Park in southern Chile. It is on the slope of the Casablanca Volcano. The nearest city is Osorno, 98 km away. Missing image Image:Osorno01. ...


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  • http://www.skiantillanca.com

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Antillanca Ski Center - Osorno, Chile (198 words)
Antillanca ski center is located 80 kilometers (49,7 miles) from Osorno, between Rupanco and Puyehue lakes.
Antillanca counts with very good tracks and excellent ski during the winter season (June to October).
Antillanca counts with a very good infraestructure in fields, also has a group of instructors for those who would love to start practicing this winter sport.
Cordillera Travel (238 words)
The Antillanca Hotel, located on one of the trails and opposite the winter resort lifts, has 73 cozy and comfortable rooms and everything necessary to enjoy an unforgettable stay.
From the Antillanca summit, incredible panoramic views of Mount Tronador, the Puntiagudo and Osorno Volcanoes and Lake Puyehue may be observed, and visitors can ski in the very crater of the volcano.
Antillanca, the best alternative to enjoy the snow with the family from June through October.
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