Casa Prisma is no easy feat. A flight from Santiago to the southern Chilean city of Temuco is followed by an hour-and-a-half car ride through small towns of rustic wooden buildings. The road then narrows to a single track that winds through the charred brown lava fields of the Conguillío National Park, known for its fishable lagoons, swimmable lakes, lush old-growth forests, and the active, snow-capped Llaima volcano.

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