Parque Aguas de Ramón, Santiago

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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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  • Really nice to experience nature this close to Santiago. I did the 4-hour walk (around 4 km each way) and worked out well as it was nicely covered by trees (as opposed to the long walk which is all ex...  more »
  • We ended up doing the 6.5km hike rather than the 17.5km as you need to arrive before 10am to do the big hike to the waterfall in order to be back in time for the parks closing time. The hike allowed u...  more »
  • Highly recommend this hike. It is easily accessible from anywhere in Santiago. Beautiful views of both Andes and Santiago with a nice waterfall at the end. Took us about 5 hours round trip at a modera...  more »
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  • Great place for a good hike - Santiago panorama is not that good, compared to Cerro Manquehue, but the nature views are much more picturesque. There are several routes of different difficulty - starting from route 1, which leads to a small mountain river (popular amongst locals for "swimming"/sunbathing), ending with route 3(Salta de Apoquindo), which is popular for it's mid-sized waterfall; it takes around 18km / 6-7 hours roundtrip (including gazing/taking photos / resting). Involves little to no climbing, but the route is rather stenous - be sure to wear hiking boots(you would suffer in sneakers) and have plenty of water & sunscreen with you. There's also an access to Cumbre Cerro de Ramón/ other peaks, which takes several days of hiking to get to. Park admission - 2000 CLP; be sure to enter before 10 AM , if you plan for Salta de Apoquindo - park staff won't let you in go there if you arrive later.
  • Amazing view of a waterfall at the end of the road, totally recomended!
  • Beautiful waterfall at the end of the trail, well-marked trail
  • Beautiful landscape
  • Within reach, yet beyond belief!