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HIKING PUERTO VARAS AREA – OSORNO VOLCANO

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Ecotours Chile Hiking Tours on the Puerto Varas and Puerto Montt Area takes you to enjoy amazing hikes on National Parks like Alerce Andino National Park, Llanquihue National Park and Vicente Perez Rosales National Park. You can book some of the tours mentioned below on daily departures or book the 3 day Hiking tour with fixed departures dates. We advise to take this tour after doing the 6 day Hiking Tour in Pucon area or after spedning some time in Pucon and taking a bus from Pucon to Puerto Varas. We can help booking hotel in Puerto Varas and flight to Punta Arenas or back to Santiago. Contact us for private departures - info@ecotours.cl

ALERCE ANDINO NATIONAL PARK HIKING TOUR We depart at 8:30 am from Puerto Varas, we go through Puerto Montt and take the Carretera Austral. After 40 km we will be at the entrance of the park. Here start a walk through the forest for about 2 hours. We arrive to the cascade of Río Chaicas and we will see a 2.000 years old Alerce tree. After that is the possibility of continuing the hike to the lagoons. The first is Laguna Chaiquenes at 1 hour walking from the waterfalls, and the second Laguna Triangulo after another hour walking. Transfer back to Puerto Varas.

Duration: Full day excursion Location: P.N. Alerce Andino, Region de Los Lagos, South of Chile. Difficulty level: Medium Duration: 8-9 hours in total Meals: Box lunch with local flavors, fruits and water. Transportation: Private vehicle Personal equipment: Trekking shoes, rain jacket, sun protection (sunglasses, hat) and bottle of water Guide: Professional bilingual guide with WFR first aid certification and expert in native flora and fauna. Safety: First aid kit and emergency equipment

CALBUCO VOLCANO HIKING TOUR, LLANQUIHUE NP Full day excursion to this especial volcano, into the ancient forest with 3.000 years old trees, the Alerce (fitzroya cupressoides). After picking you up at your lodging in Puerto Varas, we go through Puerto Montt and take the road southwards. After 1 hour transfer, our path begins at 300 meters over the sea level at the shore of Río Blanco. We start to ascend Volcán Calbuco going through pools and deep into the millenary woods. After an hour and a half, we begin to see old larches. At the level of the refuge, at 1.000 meters above sea level, we rest and enjoy the amazing view from Puerto Montt and the Pacific Ocean. Transfer back to Puerto Varas. Distance: 12 kilometers, four hours in the way up, and 2 ½ go back.

Duration: Full day excursion Location: Volcán Calbuco, Región de Los Lagos, South of Chile. Difficulty level: Medium-high. Duration: 8-9 hours in total Meals: Box lunch with local flavors, fruits and water. Transportation: Private vehicle Personal equipment: Trekking shoes, rain jacket, sun protection (sunglasses, hat) and bottle of water Guide: Professional bilingual guide with WFR first aid certification and expert in native flora and fauna. Safety: First aid kit and emergency equipment.

OSORNO VOLCANO HIKING TOUR, VICENTE PEREZ ROSALES NP The Desolacion path takes a total of six hours trekking in total, surrounding the cone of the volcano up to Lago Todos Los Santos. We depart at 8:30 AM from Puerto Varas and take route 225, going along the southern edge of Lago Llanquihue. We will go through Ensenada and Saltos de Petrohue, a beautiful place where we stop and see the rivers and the waterfalls. When we reach Petrohue, we start the trekking, going up for 3 hours, and enjoy one of the most amazing views of the Andes Mountains. At our feet we will see 3 volcanoes and one of the most beautiful Chilean lakes. After this, 3 hours down until we reach the shore of Lago Todos Los Santos. Transfer back to your hotel Puerto Varas.

Duration: Full day excursion Location: Volcán Osorno, Región de Los Lagos, South of Chile. Difficulty level: Medium Duration: 8-9 hours in total Meals: Box lunch with local flavors, fruits and water. Transportation: Private vehicle Personal equipment: Trekking shoes, rain jacket, sun protection (sunglasses, hat) and bottle of water Guide: Professional bilingual guide with WFR first aid certification and expert in native flora and fauna. Safety: First aid kit and emergency equipment.

 

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