Chile travel

Malalcahuello National Reserve

A mountain settlement that will capture the heart of its visitors with the natural surroundings of the Andean foothills. Its rustic charm and millennial history invite you to discover every part of its 12,789 hectares.

Taking a trip through the Malalcahuello National Reserve is going deep into lush native forests and discovering trails that will allow you to enjoy some of the most beautiful panoramic sights of the area, as well as living the thrill of the first mountain bike trail through volcanoes and craters.

Its gorges, estuaries, rivers and lagoons invite you to enjoy several activities like trekking, skiing, mountaineering, sport fishing and horseback riding. Remarkable flowers during the spring, green trails in the summer, fall postcards and snow-capped forests in winter welcome you to this reserve that you can visit all-year-round.

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