Parque Aguas de Ramón, Santiago

(4.7/5 based on 200 reviews on the web)
Trek around a protected area full of scenic nature and wildlife at Parque Aguas de Ramón. The park offers an atmosphere of adventure and seclusion, while being conveniently located close to Santiago. Follow one of the many hiking routes absorb all the varied and biologically rich area has to offer, with rushing streams, dense forests, and scrubland housing many species of animal. These include a variety of birds, as well as degu, a rodent endemic to Chile. The visitor center offers plenty of information and services, including maps, educational exhibits, and helpful staff. Arrange to visit Parque Aguas de Ramón and other attractions in Santiago using our Santiago trip generator.
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  • Close to Santiago, is located between the boundaries of the communes of La Reina and Las Condes, where one can appreciate the estero San Ramon, typical forest of the central zone (sclerophyll). How to arrive by car: the address is Alvaro Casanova 2583, commune of the Queen. Take the avenida Francisco Bilbao, until the Avenue father Hurtado and then Valenzuela Puelma that then change of name to Alvaro Casanova. The entry is hand left. It has parking. In public transportation: go to the station Prince of Wales of line 4 of the metro. Out by the access East where is the Service Center. Against this you place at the stop of the micro N * 412 or N * D-18. You must get off at the stop Prince of Wales corner Valenzuela Llanos (opposite a supermarket leader). Always walk by Valenzuela Llanos to the left until you reach the parish San Jose. You must raise by Onofre Jarpa is 1.5 km walk 15-20 minutes on foot. Or take a taxi that will leave just at the entrance of the Park (approximately 2,000). Monday to Sunday opening 8:00 am closing 18: 30 says the page, but the guardian Park told me I had to be at the entrance to report me to 18: 00. What does internet is that access to make trekking to waterfall Salto de Apoquindo is just before 10:00 a.m. by which I could not upload, that frustrated me slightly. But well I was there so I traveled the routes that allowed me the time to enter. Just as a comment should include that information in the web page. Trails edge of water stretch no more than half an hour with spaces to be able to eat and picnicking. Route paleontological difficulty medium low, 3, 7 km. It can be in an hour and a half walk approx. The Peumos 4 hours walk with an extension of 6, 5 km. Apoquindo jump 7 hours to do the full path, a medium-high level with an extension of 17, 5km. I'll be back to do the full circuit is time.
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  • He last Sunday 5-02-2017, did visit to the Park waters San Ramon, with the intention of performing travel until the jump of Apoquindo. I was informed that you could only be the halfway point and that he should pay the entrance integrates as if it went through full travel, my dissatisfaction I had to pay the entrance fee integrates. I give notice my displeasure and disgust at the lack of information that the Park waters San Ramon must inform Apoquindo jump by the temporary closure of visit.
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  • I was a day of the week in the morning and there were almost no people. Did the route of the Peumo and exceeded my expectations. The beautiful landscapes, and have difficulty making it better still. Reach the River was amazing because I could refresh me and fill the water bottle because it is drinking water. Highly recommended to disconnect awhile of santiago.
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  • Very close to the city but feels that you are completely outside
  • Gran diversidad y buenos senderos
  • Because it is a nice place to visit from single up to kids boys. Because the three circuits that are clearly demarcated and timetables to make each circuit, defined. Because it is a beautiful gorge walking and very well located. It has a value by approachable and is well maintained. Because it has a delicious Café at the entrance. Me gusta mucho!
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  • Wonderful landscape, with some difficulty very well signposted route. Clean place, apparently people that they will have ecological culture. The Rangers are very friendly. Recommended anyway. The best thing is that there are several crossings of the river so one can stay in that place or continue to jump. 😊
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  • The Park has 3 paths to explore, with difficulty lower, middle and upper-middle. It has a varied flora and fauna, there is a stream that is observed in all their paths and arriving at the end of Apoquindo waterfalls route you can find a wonderful waterfall. The input value is $2,000 general public, for elders and children the price is lowered. Hours are from 8.00 to 17.00 hrs in winter, and up to 18 hrs in summer. Cannot upload with bicycles or pets.
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