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Aconcagua Valley, Chile
The Andes Ranger, with Mount Aconcagua in Middle of it. Highest Peak in America.
Vista al Valle Central, Cerro Roble, Chile
On the left Mount Aconcagua.
Mirador Nordenskjöld, Cordillera del Paine,
Laguna y Volcán Miscanti
Valle de la Muerte, Volcán Licancabur
Huerquehue National Park (Spanish pronunciation: [werˈkewe]) is located in the foothills of the Andes, in the Valdivian temperate rainforest of the La Araucanía region in southern Chile. The park encompasses 125 square kilometres (12,500 Ha) of mountainous terrain east of Caburgua Lake, and has an elevation range of 720 to 2,000 m. One of the most noteworthy features of Huerquehue National Park are its ancient Araucaria (Araucaria araucana) forests, the tree commonly known as “monkey puzzle”. These are the backdrop for the clear lakes and lagoons that dot the park, including Tinquilco Lake, which lies in the lower portion of this protected area.