Patagonia National Park
- 164 km / 101,9 mi
We leave the lodge and cross sectors with a marked cattle ranching culture before flanking the famous Baker River, known for its turquoise waters and its powerful flow. We will hike to the Baker-Neff confluence, the point where the two rivers meet, before heading to the south bank of Lake Chelenco to enjoy the panoramic views and learn about the geological formation of this area and much of Patagonia.
In this area we can travel to the deepest part of history, coming across some of the most important paleontological discoveries in Chile and Latin America.
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