Coming from Argentina through Paso Tromen you access to Villarica via Pucón and Curarrehue along route 3 from the border.
Both from the north or the south of Chile, you can access along the Ruta Panamericana and from Freire or Loncoche you take a secondary route to Villarrica.
Distances from Villarrica to:
Ancud 405 km
Castro 490 km
Coihaique 949 km
Cochrane 1267 km
Chaiten 509 km
Chile Chico 1321 km
Frutillar 267 km
Junín de los Andes 177 km
Osorno 202 km
Panguipulli 101 km
Punta Arenas 2379 km
Puerto Aysen 908 km
Puerto Ibañez 1031 km
Puerto Natales 657 km
Puerto Montt 315 km
Puerto Octay 253 km
Puerto Porvenir 504 km
Puerto Varas 288 km
Quellon 556 km
San Martin de los Andes 217 km
Santiago de Chile 764 km
Temuco 87 km
Valdivia 120 km
Paso Mamuil Malal or Tromen
It goes to the city of Junín de los Andes in Argentina through a debris road across beautiful araucaria forests in Chile, and after pasing customs you access to the arid part of Patagonia in Argentina.
You must remember that you cannot pass any kind of fresh fruit or food.
|Buses Cóndor-Bus||Pedro de Valdivia 629 241-3436|
|Buses Igi-Llaima||Pedro de Valdivia 621 241-2733|
|Buses Inter-Sur||Anfión Muñoz 657 241-1534|
|Buses jac||Francisco Bilbao 610 241-1447|
|Buses Lit||Anfión Muñoz 640 241-1555|
|Buses Nar-Bus||Pedro de Valdivia 621 241-2733|
|Buses Power||Pedro de Valdivia 621 241-1121|
|Buses Regional Villarrica||Vicente Reyes 319 241-1871|
|Buses Rurales||Vicente Reyes / M. Matta|
|Buses San Martín||Anfión Muñoz 604 241-1584|
|Buses Tur-Bus||Anfión Muñoz 657 241-1534|
The beauty of the lakes located in the Patagonian area or the large sea bathing its Atlantic coast offer the ideal frame for the practice of nautical sports.
Surfing is a very complete sport, which forces sportsmen to train. It is intriguing, exciting, exhausting and it breaks with the activities you can perform on solid ground.
Cold blood and steel nerves are required in order to practice kayaking.
Hiking or walking is an activity practiced in all kinds of terrains and is not restricted to age, gender or physical fitness.
As in every task, there are various levels of difficulty, which can be surpassed gradually as experience is gained. The routes are divided into four types of difficulty: relaxed, medium, steady and difficult.