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Toboganes de la Junta, Cochamo

(4.8/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • We went with my daughter and spouse delay... as 6 hours to climb... checked in the booth where you put your data and who call in case of emergency... There is no cellular signal... my husband had an accident on the water slides... us help one paramedica foreign and the seals took us camping... the accident was like at 3 in the afternoon... rogue so that we come down on horse and horsemen refused saying they had commitments the next day and that they are men of words... My husband bloodied and needing care medical urgent... We hope until the 6 p.m. someone us socorriera and was not so... the responsible of the campsite speak with booth registration via radio saying he had hurt someone but didn't do anything... nor called to the phone that we leave written emergency... went down to 6 o'clock the single three... my 11 year old daughter my husband with serious injury and I... arriving at 3 in the morning to register... which was closed and nobody was waiting for us... it was horrible... my daughter asustadisima... not be looked nothing... it was police and took us to the post of cochamo where Mademoiselle paramedica gave first aid to my husband... .pesima but dreadful experience... I only recommend having some kind of procedure in the event of accidents... people has died and nobody does anything.
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  • It's a tremendous place, a trek of 13 km up to the campsite, but really worth at this place. 5 minutes from the Board camping or camping beautiful view.
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  • We stayed at La Junta (close by campground) so the waterfalls were a short 5min walk (if that). You need to cross a river, which was fresh in March, but the view was worth it! Clear blue water. A must...  more »
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  • You have a really difficult path, worthy of a survivalist television program. But the beauty of the landscape paid you all the suffering. Recommended. Wear shoes for walking, change of socks, swimsuit, energy bars or chocolate. During the trip there is water from springs (the best water I've ever taken so far)
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  • Has me excited to know this place but I want to know bike and my big question is can access that place in cycling?, if anyone knows to appreciate it a lot, thanks!
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  • These natural waterslides are probably the most accessible attraction from the areas of campsites in La Junta (approx. 10 mins). Access along the perimeter of the campsite La Junta, until you reach the river. After it crosses and take the path of the left hand (the one on the right leads to the arches). It might be a good idea to visit them if it is your first day in the area (after trekking from Cochamó to the Board). It is a well popular attraction for campers. It is a rock formation of several metres tall, with a slope which flows water from upper waterfall into a natural pool. To slide down the slide one can take the left access (across the river) or the right (along a nearby trail, to the right of the main entrance). Each offers different experiences (the left most conservative and the most risky right). The experience is not of greatest danger if one is released sat and with caution. As other users have pointed out, the water below is very cold. The most terrible thing is the first dip. Regardless of if you decide to go down the slide, I suggest to also climb to the top (to the right). From the top (near the waterfall) Gets a beautiful view of the natural swimming pool and landscape in the background.
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  • Very nice, is a bit difficult, climbing usually take between 4 and 8 hours walking
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  • The area of the Valley of cochamo (the Board) recommended 100% wonderful place, trekking, climbing, adventure, friends is to stay for a while. There are 3 camping and a refuge, there is no light
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