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Salto Huilo Huilo

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Este sendero se da a lo largo de un acantilado que da al río Huilo Huilo sobre un cañadón de lava petrificada en medio del bosque, ocupa el lugar de un antiguo canal por donde se desplazo la lava producto de una erupción volcánica. En este sendero se puede apreciar una gran vista panorámica del salto y sus alrededores, también contiene un recorrido informado respecto a las especies más atractivas del sendero que es el coigue, olivillo y mañío. Para llegar al Salto del Puma el sendero se interna más en el bosque donde se pueden apreciar en mayor abundancia las especies arbóreas.

fuente: http://www.huilohuilo.com/actividades/sendero-salto-de-huilo-huilo

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