Patagonia National Park
- 13,8 km / 8,6 mi
We will leave by van and take our bikes with us. We reach the outskirts of the town of Cochrane, our starting point, after a 40-minute ride. The bike ride will begin in a sector of fields with crops and livestock, the main economic activities in the area. We will approach from the North, flanking the Cochrane River to appreciate its transparent waters and the trees introduced in the days of the pioneers. As we continue our way, we will come across rolling hills that we will tour with calm so we can take advantage of the views the landscape offers. We end at the bridge over the El Salto River, whose waters come from the very ice of Calluqueo.
An area marked by heterogeneity, uniqueness, environmental quality, and the social and territorial importance of the water systems that constitute the Baker River.