Sector Quetrupill├ín-Puesco: January 1-February 28 ($14 Chileans, $24 foreigners); March 1-December 31 ($10 Chileans, $16 foreigners).Camping within Parque Nacional Villarrica is principally for those wanting to enjoy the many treks there. In the Chinay area of Sector Quetrupill├ín, six kilometers (3.6 miles) from the ranger station, are 20 established sites. In the Puesco sector are five campsites next to the guardhouse. Other established campsites exist on the long trekking routes at Laguna Azul and at Laguna Avutardas. Overnight back-country camping is allowed on the longer trekking routes.
Some rules to observe are:
In populated areas, use previously use campsites to prevent environmental damage.
Use a camp stove. Do not build a campfire unless absolutely necessary. Be aware of the current forest fire risk (posted at the Conaf office in Puc├│n and at ranger stations).
Pack out all trash. Bury human waste and keep waste water away from streams and other potential sources for drinking water.
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