TOLHUACA NATIONAL PARK
Know Tolhuaca National Park
Tolhuaca National Park was created in 1935, and today it includes Curacautin and Collipulli towns, in 6474 hectares. Malleco river is born inside this park, surrounded by native vegetation that includes araucarias, coigües and oak forests. From here you can see the Tolhuaca Volcano (over 2000 meters high) and the Saltos del Malleco, Chilpas and Verde Lagoon paths, among others.
Attractions: Flora and fauna. Tolhuaca Volcano and paths.
Activities: Trekking, picnic, flora and fauna contemplation, photography.
How to get there: Land route, from Route 5 to Malleco, Curacautin and Lautaro.
When to go: All year long.
Weather: Rainy, moderate weather. This weather features rain all year long; in the interior, the temperature oscillates between day and night time. In the high lands there´s a cold weather.
Services: Information center, forest ranger.
Surroundings: Los Arenales Winter Center, Volcán Lonquimay Winter Center, Mesacura Hill, Colico Lake, Conguillío Lake, Arcoiris Lagoon, Galletue Lagoon, Malalcahuello, Conguillío National Park, Tolhuaca National Park, Alto Bío Bío National Reserve, Dillo River, Indio Waterfalls, Manzanar Springs, Llaima Volcano, Tolhuaca Volcano.