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Araucarias de Pemehue

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Trip at a Glance

  • Company

    El Ruko

  • Locations

    Lonquimay, Chile

  • Activities

    Adventure, Bird Watching, Hiking Trekking, Nature

  • Price
    0 CLP per hour
  • Duration

    3 days

  • Avg Distance

    60 km

  • Starting Location

    Pemehue, VIII region, Chile

  • Price Includes

    Food Transport


  • Landscape Will Leave You Speechless
  • Kindness of Ancient Culture
  • Observation of Endemic Flora and Fauna


Trip Info

The trekking route is located in the Reserva Nacional Altos de Pemehue, in the town of Quilaco, Bio Bio region, and is about 700 meters over the sea level.

This trip goes through the Andes for 3 days, depending on if you go by horse or walking.

Here it is possible to observe millenary trees, like araucarias, endemic nothofagus, wild nature, flora and fauna like condor, caiquenes and mammals like puma and foxes.

The landscape will leave you speechless and the culture of arrieros (muleteer) is one of the kindest things you will ever see.

Your adventure awaits!

El Ruko

I am an adventure tour guide specializing in showcasing the country's national parks and reserves. I offer activities like birdwatching, trekking, rappel and tree climbing. My passion for mountains and nature has been developed through the years because of the admiration I have for Arrieros and the people that lives in the Andes. I was attonished by the magic of nature ten years ago, when I started to practising outdoor activities by hobbby, exploring and studing topics to make my activities secure. Being a guide allows me to contribute to teaching about places that could disappear by global warming

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