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The Piltriquitron is considered a reservoir of positive energy.

According to the stories told by descendants of "natural land" and to this day, the Piltriquitron, is considered a "reservoir of positive energy , " curator.  Generally, their modern visitors report that, after a walk down its slopes, and even more if they reach the summit, experience a "renovator desire to live" and feel they have "rested the spirit".

The Piltriquitron, in native tongue: "Hung clouds".

The scenery is bush in every corner, on the surrounding slopes there are forests of cypress and cohiues with black thorns forming a thick mass of trees tinged with different shades of green that in autumn turn into a wide range of ochres and oranges.
The Cerro has an exceptional panoramic point over 1200 meters. From here you can perfectly see the valley of El Bolson and the Cordillera (where you can see the Andes with its most important peaks such as Mount Tronador, the three Peaks, and the beautiful valley of the Rio Azul, and the degree of visibility that allows the atmosphere, the Osorno volcano in Chilean territory). You can travel by car along a road that is winding the side of this imposing and mysterious mass of rock.

To get here, you take the RN 258 south and then rises through a narrow mountain road; Street continues to find the platform Piltriquitrón, once there, walking through a natural forest.

Along the way are the main complex of cottages, craft workshops, nurseries, teahouses and who organize a parade. At 1,200 meters. this platform start paragliding. At the end of the walk you reach the refuge of the Andean Club Piltriquitrón.
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