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Parque Nacional Queulat, Puyuhuapi
Categories: Outdoor Activities
Dominated by the Patagonian Andes, the pristine Parque Nacional Queulat is a vast national park largely unspoiled by human influence and known for its remarkable variety of natural attractions. The 150,000 hectare (339,000 acre) park features tall, snowcapped mountains, lakes, lagoons, and fjords. Arguably the park's biggest feature is the Hanging Glacier, which creates two rushing waterfalls that drop into a milky white lagoon. Explore the park's evergreen forests and fjords, where you can encounter a large variety of colorful birds, Chilean dolphins, the world's smallest deer species, and on the rare occasion, pumas. Add Parque Nacional Queulat to your Puyuhuapi travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Puyuhuapi holiday planner.
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Abbiamo visitato il parco ad Aprile 2016. Alloggiavamo a Puyuhuapi (Residencial “Doña Gladys")e ci spostavamo tramite trasporto pubblico. Il Bosque Encantado puo' essere raggiunto prendendo il primo b... read more »We visited the Park to April 2016. Staid at Puyuhuapi (Residencial "Doña Gladys") and we moved via public transportation. The Bosque Encantado can be reached by taking the first morning bus to Coyhaique (5:00), but it is best to stop auto-because the bus arrives before the opening of the Park. It costs 3,000 Chilean pesos (€ 4) and routes of trekking is about 2 km. The Ventisquero Colgante is located a few kilometres away and entrance costs 5,000 Chilean pesos (€ 6.50). is required to register at the entrance (with passport number). The hiking trails are 4; You can camp inside the Park (the prices are pretty high) and rent kayaks and canoes.show original
Maravilloso Parque Nacional, hermosos bosques, ríos y el Ventisquero imponente! Pasamos todo el día recorriendo los diferentes senderos. Para llegar al lugar es de dificil acceso si no andas en auto p... read more »Wonderful National Park, beautiful forests, rivers and the impressive glacier! We spent all day walking different paths. To get to the place it is difficult to access if you're not in their own car, there are two options to get from Puyuhuapi: first take a bus to 6.00 in the morning bound for Coyhaique, get off at the entrance of the Park (about 40 minutes) and walk towards the inside. The other option; boys who administered the park camping offer to take of back and forth in a Van leaving at 8.00 hrs and returning to 19 hrs (10). Within the trails the most impressive is the road to the lookout (about 4 to 5 km roundtrip) going up and down stairs, around 3 to 4 hours. They also offer a boat ride where you can see more about the glacier (7mil p/p). The venstisquero pendant, a place that you must visit in life!show original
Hermoso parque, después de una caminata en subida y bajada de unas dos horas, llegamos al glaciar, es imponente y hermoso, vale la pena el esfuerzoBeautiful park, after a hike in ascent and descent of about two hours, arrived at the glacier, it is impressive and beautiful, worth the effortshow original
Increíble lugar, es obligatorio visitar la Laguna Témpanos y ver el Ventisquero Colgante.
Acristiani56Amazing Park to explore, not to leave up to the hanging glacier, no clouds, is an incredible view.show original
Pablo Vial ValdésAnother of those majestic parks national of Chile. There are adequate facilities and properly marked trails. There are different routes and panoramic of the snowdrift. Follow the instructions of the Rangers and, as always, leave no trace.show original
Camila MarnichVery good signposted, is worth the penalty every km tour!show original
Richard CofreA very nice experience in the pit this is the settlement of the montanozo of the Ventistiquero landscape. 4 of 7 difficulty level should have a couple of time to visit him.show original
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