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Coyhaique National Reserve, Coyhaique

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.6/5 based on 120 reviews on the web
Trek through numerous well-paved hiking trails, and spot a variety of plant and animal life at Coyhaique National Reserve. You can admire lagoons, mountains, and plains during your excursion. Climb up to one of the elevated platforms for panoramic views over the park and the city of Coyhaique; bring your camera along to capture the scenery. Fishing for sport is legal and popular in the park. Expect to see wild cats, pumas, quiques, and foxes on your trek. Plan to visit Coyhaique National Reserve during your Coyhaique vacation using our convenient Coyhaique family vacation planner.
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  • The reserve is very close to Coyhaique, allowing you to reach your input both a foot (one hour, people with good physical condition) by bicycle (half an hour, people with good physical condition)) or by car (10 minutes). It is a place to enjoy tooodo day, as it has many alternative in its large area, which includes circuits of trekking, at least three lakes and a hill (Cinchao), very interesting climb, a path perfectly marked and demarcated, and safe. You can also camp in delimited areas and with good infrastructure. Depending on what activity is intended to perform in it, as well as the time of year you want to visit, it is clothing and appropriate footwear must be lead. I think that it should never miss a camera, to capture the beautiful landscapes which you can tour. The negative: the extremely restrictive of the timetable of visit, if what you want is to enter the reserve vehicle, since Conaf newly opens at 8.30 hours and allows you to enter only to 15.30 hours, demanding that the audience leaves at 17.30 hours, what is a real nonsense to those who wish to enjoy this place of public use , especially in summer when the daylight lasts until nearly 22 hours.
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  • A place very cute, are several kilometers to go, there are many climbs. I came to the first section where is the Green lagoon, a wonderful place. There are shelters. I don't know if you can camp, but I can imagine how wonderful that would be wake up overlooking the lagoon. There are several viewpoints where you can see the city of Coyhaique. This place is very close to the city. Is it beautiful from Coyhaique to minutes have places natural spectacular.
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  • Today we went around 10:40, took a taxi in front of the super unimarc, for 3,000 pesos led us to the entrance of the reserve where there is fee differential for national or foreign tourists (Chilean leaves 2,000), there were a path quite well-defined walking through various environments, the most beautiful are the lagoons and the native trees that are in reforestation plan from the fire in 1950 approx. , and that still does not end (are replacing pines with native fauna) now are forbidden to make fire, but this ideal weather for a hike that lasts between 4:30 to 5:00 with several slopes that are also the most strenuous trail for bicycles and cars, really recommended although there are bathrooms along the way, another thing is extremely clean If you take your rubbish with you and if you find garbage collect it. Take your own water because there is no drinking water.
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