Chile travel

Cable riding

Release your adventurous spirit and feel the freedom of floating through the air. Take a deep breath and slide along the cable that hangs from the trees to take a look at Chile from above. The wide variety of landscapes make each trip an unforgettable and unique experience.

Have fun and enjoy these rides at heights of more than 25 meters, hanging in your harness. In the central area, the rides from tree to tree will amaze you with cable rides for kids and steep river crossings. Its widespread popularity at destinations like Cajón del Maipo makes it possible to do this all-year round and also offers different levels of difficulty.

If you’re into adrenaline, you’ll find a challenge at the “El Condor” ride in Pucón. This is the longest ride in South America, at more than 3,500 meters in length and with six stations, crossing the Villarrica, Quetrupillán and Lanín Volcanoes.

Dream about being a bird in the south of the country to enjoy the clear sight of ancient forests! Soar through the air in the Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve and visit the end of the world, riding the cables above the beautiful sights of the General Carrera Lake.

 



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