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Aguas de Ramón Natural Park, hiking and trekking. Spectacular tour to the Estero de Ramón river’s water fall. It’s a family and hiker’s tour, where have privileged views to the Andes Mountains and to Santiago City. It’s a great place for...more
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Alvaro Casanova 2583. | La Reina, Santiago 7860535, Chile
This park located in La Reina, Santiago, Chile; is a big natural place with three different paths and two waterfalls, In this place you can spend your morning or even your day if you choose to do the longest one, also you have a picnic...More
It was an amazing day! Very hot bit no problem for me. I did the largest route, and i needed obly 2,5 houres to reach the waterfall of apoquindo! And i enjoyed the waterfall and sun for to houres and than i went back!
This has been the best trekking in the metropolitan area. Easy access, in fact we got there in uber. Be sure ti take the right trekking shoes otherwise they wont let you in. The trekking has everything, gorgeous views of snowy mountains, a beautiful river...More
Date of experience: July 2018
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Thank you for your comments. We hope you visit us again soon.
I was surprised that at 2pm they didn't let me in anymore. The only open trail at this hour was a 500m long circuit. the entrance fee is 3000 CLP.
So I find a better option the nearby Parque Mahuida (500CLP) or Quebrada de Macul...More
We went for half a day hiking, so we did the shorter trail which is about 6km in 3hs30 at a very relaxing place because we were with an 11 year old.
It is important to take food, water and first aid pack. The trail...More
I've done the longest trail 3 times, two with family and one with friends and it gets better every time. It is a great trekking for everyone, the longest trail is about 8 hours (4 hours each way). The views of the mountains and the...More
This park is perfect to enjoy a day of trekking, picnic and relax surrounded by nature. I recommend it for all types of people since it is not of great difficulty so beginners can go without much experience in trekking. At the end of the...More
Aguas de Ramon park is a hidden gem to foreigners located outside downtown Santiago. There are 3 trails and very safe for foreigners as park rangers patrol the areas. The easiest trek only takes 25 minutes round trip.
Paso Los Peumos is also a very...More