National Geographic : 1929 Feb
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE axiuial vi vogilpuii oucltcy i utocnrome DyJacoD Jayer A WAY STATION ON THE SOUTHERN OVERLAND ROUTE TO ARGENTINA Those who have time for leisurely travel and wish to avoid the rigors of the high altitude on the Transandine Railway journey from Santiago to Buenos Aires, frequently go by way of Peulla. This tiny village is a day's journey east and south of the railroad at Puerto Varas. From here the trip across the mountains into Argentina is made by motor and horseback. This route is par ticularly favored in summer because of its scenic attractions.