Alerce Andino National Park
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Near touristic attractions
|Llanquihue National Reserve||0,9 mi|
|Puelo - Futaleufu Austral Route||1,8 mi|
|Calbuco Volcano||7 mi|
|Vicente Perez Rosales National Park||12 mi|
|Puerto Montt||12 mi|
|Puerto Montt and Angelmo||12 mi|
|Llanquihue and Todos los Santos Lakes||14 mi|
Destinations by Areas of Chile
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The park has 39.225 hectares that cover from Reloncavi inlet to Chapo Lake.
Its vegetation has araucarias, mañios, tineos, ivy and canelos, and the animal population includes pudues, eagles, chingues and grey foxes, among others.
Another place to visit in the area are the Sargazo Lagoon and the Lenca River Valley.
Flora and fauna.
Trekking, horseback ridings, birds watching, flora and fauna contemplation, photography.
Tenth region. Located 46 east of Puerto Montt.
How to get there?
Airway to El tepual Airport.
Land route, by Route V-65 and Route 7
When to go?
All year long.
Rainy, moderate weather. This weather features rain all year long; in the interior, the temperature oscillates between day and night time.
Information center, forest ranger.
Caicaen, Calbuco, Angelmó, Carelmapu, Chinquique, Maullin, Cochamo, Tengo island, Chapo Lake, Pargua, Alerce Andino National Park, Sotomo Springs, Pangal Beach, Quenuir, Quillaipe, Llanquihue National Reserve, Puelo River, Puerto Montt.
Entrance is $100 Chilean pesos for national and foreing adults. Kids don´t pay.
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