Mamuil Malal Pass

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Mamuil Malal
Elevation 1,253 m (4,111 ft)[1]
Location ArgentinaChile border
Range Andes
Coordinates 39°34′43.11″S 71°29′16.43″W / 39.5786417°S 71.4878972°W / -39.5786417; -71.4878972Coordinates: 39°34′43.11″S 71°29′16.43″W / 39.5786417°S 71.4878972°W / -39.5786417; -71.4878972
Mamuil Malal Pass

Mamuil Malal Pass (Mapudungun for corral of wooden sticks) is an international mountain pass in the Andes between Chile and Argentina. The pass connects Pucón and Curarrehue in Chile with Junín de los Andes in Argentina. The road is paved on the Argentinian side and passes just north of Lanín Volcano (3,747 metres (12,293 ft)). During winter the pass may close due to heavy snowfalls. From the Chilean side the pass is accessed through Route 199-CH, branch line which begins at the Panamerican Highway near Freire.


  1. ^ Dangerous Roads, accessed on 25 October 2016.
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