Llaima volcano, white flower field, Araucanía Region, Chile, South America.
In early January in the Andes mountain range, the snows of Llaima volcano rise above a field of white flowers near Temuco, in the Araucanía Region, Chile, South America. Volcan Llaima (3125 meters or 10,253 feet elevation) is one of the largest and most active volcanoes in Chile. The ski center Las Araucarias lies on the volcano's western slopes. What international tourist literature calls the "Chilean Lake District" usually refers to the Andean foothills between Temuco and Puerto Montt including three Regions (XIV Los Ríos, IX La Araucanía, and X Los Lagos) in what Chile calls the Zona Sur (Southern Zone).Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download