Activities & Adventures

Activities & Adventures

The nature of Aysén is unique and sublime. There are forests , steppes , fjords , glaciers, mountains , valleys, lakes and rivers. Everything is huge and beautiful! It is a playground of tremendous proportions , where there are opportunities to practice all sports and make endless expeditions and excursions.

Walk the shores of the Simpson River, surrounded by history and nature

The Simpson River, renowned primarily for its great fly-fishing, is gaining popularity with walkers thanks to a fairly new trail that borders the river, offering a beautiful hike for the whole family amongst exuberant nature just 30 km from the city of Coyhaique.

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Get to know mañihualina style hospitality; it?s a real lifesaver!

Take some time to share the relaxing pace of Villa Mañihuales, famous for its fly-fishing and gaucho style hospitality. When we say that mañihualina style hospitality is a real lifesaver we are not exaggerating; the community spirit and celebrations of Villa Mañihuales have literally saved the lives of hundreds of local families.

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In search of the contrasting landscapes of the Mañihuales sector

Without a doubt, the development and settlement of Patagonia have left traces on its landscapes and culture; contrasts of the delicate balance between livelihood, economic opportunity and healthy natural ecosystems. This half-day circuit takes you off the beaten path to see and consider a variety of these traces for yourself.

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Kayak the Puyuhuapi Channel

This photogenic channel provides a liquid corridor between mountains, forests and rocky islands filled with marine birds and animals. We suggest a half-day kayak tour of these waters before finishing with a well-deserved rest in local hot springs.

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Explore Queulat National Park hiking its many trails

The Queulat National Park can be explored through various hikes that will allow you to experience the forests, rivers, lakes, fjords, waterfalls and hanging glaciers that makes this place unique.

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The trout of your dreams is waiting for you in Las Torres Lake

If you are a fishing fanatic, the Las Torres Lake National Reserve is the place to visit. With a unique beauty, the Reserve offers a combination of comfortable amenities and beautiful environment; critical factors to inspire your search for the perfect trout. The rest is up to you!

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Clear your memory card for the drive through Paso de las Llaves

General Carrera Lake, known as "Chelenko" by the Tehuelches, is the star of this scenic drive between Chile Chico and Puerto Guadal. It's a dizzying journey filled with steep cliffs and tight 90° turns, but you"ll be amply rewarded for your bravery with unbelievable panoramic views of the lake around every corner. Ready to explore?

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Hike to Capri Lagoon, Poincenot Camping and the Blanco River

If you are hoping to get up close to the famed peaks of Mt.. Fitz Roy, we suggest this 6-8 hour, 20 Km hike. You can break the hike into two segments, camping at the Capri Lagoon or Poincenot Campgrounds, along the trail (free).

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Adventure & traditional gaucho cultures converge in Cochrane

To understand Cochrane and its people, you need to sift through its history and discover the events that have marked its evolution. Though the lifestyle of people in Cochrane has changed, it proudly maintains close links to its ranching heritage and gaucho customs.

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Hiking to the Mosco River Glacier

This great one or two day trekking route climbs Cerro Santiago on trails which follow the banks of the Mosco River, passing through lush native forest and a series of lookout points, to the foot of the Mosco Glacier. This is a great hike to do on your own or with one of the local guides in Villa O'Higgins, who can teach you about local flora and fauna you will observe along the trail.

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Join the elite few who have cycled the Carretera Austral

Chile's Carretera Austral is an international icon for distance cycling. Biking the entire route takes months of training, precise planning, and expensive gear; however, we've got a plan that allows everyone to sample a bit of the experience.

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Cruise through the waters of Patagonia?s Giants

O'Higgins is the fourth largest of all Patagonia's Glaciers and one of the most beautiful, thanks to the purity of its ice and the contrasting colors of another turquoise giant: O'Higgins Lake. This visit to the frontal wall, which descends from the Southern Patagonia Ice Fields, provides a full day of navigation through some of the most stunning scenery of Aysén.

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