Complejo Hidroelectrico Futaleufu, Trevelin

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Survey the stunning scenery of Patagonia from Complejo Hidroelectrico Futaleufu, a hydroelectric dam offering unbeatable views and plenty of chances for taking memorable photos. The climb to the top of the dam is steep, so wear proper shoes and proceed with caution. The area can be extremely windy, which means that you'll need a warm jacket if you plan to enjoy the view for a while. Use our Trevelin itinerary maker to add Complejo Hidroelectrico Futaleufu and other attractions to your Trevelin vacation plans.
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  • The ascent to the coronation is very easy and you get an incredible view. There are several points that can be visited from the inside of the reservoir until the water passages
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  • Very nice place to visit. If you want to explore in its entirety and visit all sectors should have a whole morning or afternoon. And if you also want to visit the waterfalls and pools to bath that abound in the area, better spend the whole day there. Every few years to decompress it, pulling the excess water by a pipe under a lot pressure. I have not had the opportunity to see it, but they say that it is a very nice show. Perhaps some are lucky and visit it just this year!
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  • By entering one of the entrances of the Park, and after some kms of asphalt, it begins a gravel road uphill (simple and in good condition), which leads to the entire complex. The bridge, chimney, very nice view, then continue along the gravel until you return to the asphalt and the exit. Very good activity for a couple of hours. The cost of entry is used for entering the Park the next day.
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