Located at a distance of 84 kilometers from the town lakes, rivers, and an exotic array of wildlife like wild boars, pumas, foxes, and condors.
These domes are designed like a base camp, but with all of the comforts of a hotel. The idea is that every traveler, after a long rest, be ready for the biggest challenge of his or her stay: the ascent of Sollipulli Volcano, a peak that reaches 2,282 meters above sea level, but that rewards the intrepid with a giant snow covered crater and a 360 degree view of all the area’s volcanoes: Llaima, Lonquimay, Villarrica, and Lanín on the Argentinean side of the border.
This adventure is surprising and like no other. It can last all day, but there’s always the possibility of sleeping on a camp site halfway up the mountain during a couple of nights and crossing the glacier that goes along the length of the crater at over 4 kilometers in diameter.
Some of the routes that ascend the summit require the use of crampons in order to negotiate the extensive ice floes, increasing the frenzy of the adventure and the sensation of being a professional mountain climber. Once back at the domes, a hot tub is the best therapy for relaxing and continuing to admire the beauty of Sollipulli.