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Piedra Del Aguila Parque Nahuelbuta
Chile

En la piedra del aguila, impresionante mirador del parque nacional Nahuelbuta,  es posible apreciar la totalidad del territorio chileno transversalmente: la Cordilera de los Andes con su serie de volcanes (es posible ver el volcán Llaima y sus fumarolas por su reciente erupción), el valle central, la Cordillera de la Costa (con varias áreas deforestadas) y el Oceáno Pacífico (hasta la Isla Mocha). Se accede por un hermoso sendero repleto de especies nativas y milenarias araucarias.

Copyright: Marco Antonio
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Uploaded: 27/03/2012
Updated: 14/08/2014
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Tags: national park; chile; nature; outdoors; rock; scenic viewpoint
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