Chaiten is a Chilean town, in the Patagonia region. The town is located north of the mouth of Yelcho River and is adjacent to the Gulf of Corcovado, which separates it from Chiloe Island. The town was evacuated in May 2008 when the Chaiten volcano erupted for the first time in more than 9,000 years. Nearby attractions include the Futaleufu Valley, Corcovado National Park, which includes Corcovado volcano, Pumalín Park, which includes Michinmahuida volcano, Yelcho Lake and Carretera Austral.
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