Parque Patagonia

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StevenSue
New York City, NY161 kontribusi
Feb 2020
We spent several days hiking around Patagonia National Park. Absolutely spectacular! Not crowded, and with hiking trails that you can reasonably access (this was, for us, on our recent 3 weeks in Chilean Patagonia, somewhat unique. We found national parks in Chile where trails were difficult to access--Patagonia National Park trails were easy to access. And we found easy to access trails that were mobbed, like the Hanging Glacier near Puyuhuapi. Patagonia National Park trails were easy to access but not crowded in the least).

We did several hikes:
1) The Piedra Clavada trail on the back-side of Patagonia National Park was one of our favorite hikes. If you have 4 wheel drive you can drive to the base of the hike. If not, you need to walk an extra 1.5 kilometers from the ranger station. The hike features some unique rock formations ("lunar landscape" they call it) and two caves with ancient hand paintings. Its a beautiful and not extreme hike with views and interesting things to see along its entire length. The words "totally worth it" come to mind.

This trail is accessed through Chili Chico, not through the main entrance to Patagonia National Park. The road from Chili Chico to the trail head is a very good gravel road. A ranger station near the road marks the trail head. If coming from Balmaceda consider taking the ferry to Chili Chico. If driving from Cochrane just be aware that the last 60 kilometers to Chili Chico on highway 265 is a less good gravel road with some sharp mountain turns.

2) The Aviles Loop Trail, about half an hour from the main entrance's ranger station, was a long loop trail to a scary bridge over the river (scary atleast to those of us with a bit of a fear of heights. The suspension bridge is not long but is at a high height over a gorge). Great views looking down a couple of valleys. Starts off flat and then climbs some solid elevation. About 16 kilometers long.

We did not do the Lago Chico Loop trail. The gravel road up to the trail was narrow and we were not sure about the ground clearance of our 4 wheel drive SUV. In hindsight, I think we could have easily made it to the trail head given it was a dry day. But we elected not to push it and quickly turned around and walked some other small trails in the park.

We also did a small hike off of Lago Cochrane that required a boat ride to get to. That was a nice little (1 hour round trip) hike and a nice short boat ride. The summit of the hike had a great view over Lago Cochrane. Our hotel--Ultimo Paraiso--arranged the boat for us.
Ditulis pada 26 Februari 2020
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Coldings
Copenhagen, Denmark459 kontribusi
Jan 2020 • Pasangan
As almost all over the Carretera Austral you are headed for yet another type of landscape if you make a detour from the CA between Bertrand and Cochrane and head east towards Argentina. Already a the turnoff you will begin to see grazing guanacos (of which you will find hundreds along the road) and after a 20 mins drive you will arrive at the visitors center of Parque Patagonia. This place, which is today run by the Chilean authorities, was built by the Tompkins couple and is quite simply 100% quality all way through. The informative visitors' center is, as everything else in the Park, built of solid and stylish materials (e.g. wood carved panels) and apart from a model of the Park in the hallway exhibits 4 sections: 1. overpopulation and man's impact on the Earth 2) flora and fauna of the area 3) original people and culture and 4) why this park and nature conservation? The last section offers a 16 min extraordinary multi-media video show of mankind's toll on the environment and arrogance as well as Douglas Tompkins thoughts about how mankind can still regain a balance with Earth if we act now. Top class restaurant and high end souvenir shop to be admired also. Close to the visitors center you can visit Doug Tompkins grave if you are so inclined.
Ditulis pada 18 Januari 2020
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Anni
2 kontribusi
Des 2019 • Pasangan
Patagonia park is nothing particularly special in comparison to the rest of the amazing Patagonia , it is just regenerating farmland and alot of burnt area. The major downside and what I found disappointing was the extreme price to enter the park, for sure I don't mind contributing, but it is $8,000 Chilean everyday and no discount for following days, it adds up, especially for those of us on a budget. Also i could not see where money was being put, proberly into the lodge? No replanting, tracks are just a very simple track just. Felt like we were walking money bags.
Town is quite nice so.
I hope the bring the entrance fee down and perhaps more people may visit?
Ditulis pada 7 Desember 2019
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Matthew A
Dumfries, UK161 kontribusi
Feb 2019 • Teman
Lovely walks around the park but be prepared for it to be hot and dry! The museum alone makes the visit worthwhile. Give plenty of time for that and children will find it interesting too? Good restaurant as well. And entry to the park and museum is free.
Ditulis pada 17 Februari 2019
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3waytieforlast
Portland, OR291 kontribusi
Feb 2019 • Pasangan
abundant wildlife, grasslands, forests, mountains, lakes, rivers; increasing number of memorable hiking and biking trails....
Ditulis pada 5 Februari 2019
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3waytieforlast
Portland, OR291 kontribusi
Feb 2019 • Pasangan
steep ascent to belvedere trail: broad valley views and countless surrounding mountains, multiple small lakes....
Ditulis pada 5 Februari 2019
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Jet161572
3 kontribusi
Nov 2018
We just returned from 5 weeks traveling down Patagonia from P. Montt to P. Arenas, Chile and one of the main highlights was visiting Parque Patagonia about 1/2 way down the C. Austral highway or Rt. 7. We stayed 4 nights at the various camping facilities, had 2 fabulous meals at the lodge and did a majority of the hikes that have been developed; all fantastic. I highly recommend this park, Patagonia in general and the C. Austral for a great road trip!
Ditulis pada 28 Desember 2018
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Bezi
London, UK610 kontribusi
Des 2018 • Pasangan
First the little annoying bits. The visitor centre wasn't going to open till 15th Dec so we were unable to get trail maps. I should have printed them off their website before going to Patagonia but I didn't so it was a bit annoying. There are no trail maps even at the start of the trails so nothing you could take a photo of and no WiFi in the park to download the maps.
The Lago Chico trail start is poorly signposted. By the way do not attempt to get to this trail without a 4x4 with decent clearance as it really is off road. If you have the right vehicle follow the signs till you reach the second car park and look for a small sign indicating the start of the trail. If you continue driving there is a third car park and that is the end of the road (there is a barrier across the road here so you will definitely know it is the end). From this last car park you can do a very short walk to Mirador Douglas Thompkins where there are great views. If you are doing the Lago Chico walk this is where you should walk down the track back to your vehicle. There are no signs or maps at the mirador, just a big picnic area hut. We missed the start of this walk and ended up doing some of it backwards but it looked really pretty with lots of trees.
Now the good bits. The park is fantastic and it is amazing what they have done in the sense of joining 3 parks together. Seeing guanacos is guaranteed and we also saw condors. The camp grounds look good although we didn't stay there.
We did the Avales trail, it was a very hot day (30°C!) and there is very little shade on this walk. The first 2 km are dead flat then it climbs up to just past 3 km, that is the steepest bit over. The scenery was quite arid but really pretty. The trail continues undulating till you reach the bridge. There is water on the trail and the best spot is just before the 7km sign but there are quite a few other places.
The bridge is new and looks like an Indiana Jones bridge, only one person allowed on the bridge at a time, if you have a phobia about bouncy bridges maybe this could put you off. Once over the bridge you start the return. What is not mentioned in the trail literature is that you will have to wade across a big stream (the Estero Pintura) so you will get your feet wet. I suspect the stream get higher as the season goes on. If I had known this I probably would have bought some wet shoes for this bit. Once you have got to the 10 km marker the uphill from the bridge is basically over and the walk flattens out.
It's a great walk and I recommend it.
Lots of the trails are quite a long way from the lodge so that needs to be built into your timing. The lodge has no shop for food so you will need to bring your own. I had read that you could buy a packed lunch but this is for the hotel guests only and not for visitors.
Ditulis pada 16 Desember 2018
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Rosa S
43 kontribusi
Jul 2017 • Teman
We were lucky enough to stay at the Hotel at this Parque by a fluke with our travel, affected by weather. 6 ladies on a biking tour of the Carretera Austral, shared rooms that were the size of a small house each and the dinner and wine were amazing. so were the hot showers. Our guides stayed in the camping ground and said it was great as well. We went for a short walk before dinner and it is truly amazing landscape, on the way to one of only 3 border crossing in the whole of Chile. An experience never to be forgotten and the staff were amazing
we were there in February 2017
Ditulis pada 25 Juni 2018
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Robert H
Cambridge, MA12 kontribusi
Jan 2018 • Pasangan
Park Patagonia is the centerpiece of the trust that is protecting land in Patagonia. It is an unusual east west valley and will be turned into a national park which connect with 2 adjacent national parks and will rival Torres del Pines. We did the Avilés Loop Trail which is a 16 km loop across an amazing gorge.
Ditulis pada 24 Januari 2018
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