Sledding Down Fiery Volcano With Active Lava Lake

Adventurers have captured the stunning scenes at the fiery summit of a volcano - before sledding down the spectacular snow-covered landscape. Cedric and Audrey Pinoncely hiked for four hours up the almost 10,000ft high Villarrica Volcano in Chile - one of the few in the world to have an active lava lake within its crater. After checking out the incredible lava display, the couple - from Marseille, France - got set on their sleds before winding down the volcano surrounded by breathtaking views. Cedric, 29, and Audrey, 27, record their adventures on their YouTube page Clichés 2Voyageurs and have been travelling around South America since November.
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Location: Villarrica, Chile
  • Date Acquired02-08-2018
  • Date Filmed12-05-2017
  • OrientationHorizontal
  • Footage TypeGoPro
  • Rights TV & Digital, Commercial, Publishing

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