Seven Lakes (Chile)

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The Seven Lakes area

The Seven Lakes (Spanish: Siete Lagos) is a group of lakes which belong to the same drainage basin that starts in the Lácar Lake and ends in Corral Bay.[1]

All the seven lakes are located at least partly within the Panguipulli commune that promotes tourism in the area. The area is surrounded by four volcanoes; Villarrica,[1] Quetrupillán, Lanín and Mocho-Choshuenco.[1] Due to geothermal activity there are several hot springs in the zone, including Liquiñe.

The seven lakes are:

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Insight Guides: Chile & Easter Island. Apa Publications. 2016.