See also Volcaneering for trekking possibilities. 

The Andes have an enormous, yet unknown potential for trekking routes. In the last years national parks and other organisations greatly improved trails and information. Moreover, the ambitious project of the Sendero de Chile, a 7800 km long trail between both ends of Chile, is under development and will be completed in a couple of years. Especially in the south, this trail will run through several of the most beautiful regions and give access to now still unreachable areas. Parts of the trail will be viable also for mountain bike. For more information see
Río Hurtado Río Hurtado Alto del Carmen Alto del Carmen Lasana, Sendero de Chile Lasana, Sendero de Chile San Pedro, Laguna Miscanti San Pedro, Laguna Miscanti Torres del Paine Torres del Paine Cerro Torre - Chaltén Cerro Torre - Chaltén Dientes de Navarino, Cabo de Horno Dientes de Navarino, Cabo de Horno Río Palena Río Palena Cochamó, Río Puelo Cochamó, Río Puelo Chiloe Costal trail Chiloe Costal trail Lago Todos Los Santos, Volcán Puntiagudo Lago Todos Los Santos, Volcán Puntiagudo Conguillo Park, Volcán Llaima Conguillo Park, Volcán Llaima Laguna Laja, Volcán Antuco Laguna Laja, Volcán Antuco Volcán Dezcabezado Volcán Dezcabezado
North of Santiago

Cordillera Central (Santiago until Chillán)

Región de Los Lagos (Temuco - Puerto Montt) South of Puerto Montt, Patagonia

Check out also for trekking routes in Central Chile.


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