Quetrupillán with Lanín in the background
|Elevation||2,360 m (7,740 ft)|
|Volcanic arc/belt||South Volcanic Zone|
|Last eruption||June 1872|
|Easiest route||Palguín - Laguna Azul|
Quetrupillán Volcano is a stratovolcano located in the La Araucanía Region of Chile. It is situated between Villarrica and Lanín volcanoes, within Villarrica National Park. Geologically, Quetrupillán is located in a tectonic basement block between the main traces of Liquiñe-Ofqui Fault (to the west) and Reigolil-Pirihueico Fault (to the east).
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