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Pumalin Park

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Palena, Chile
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Volcan Chaiten trail and Ventisquero Amarilllo campground

Parque Pumalin is great if the weather is nice. The top is the new trail to Volcan Chaiten which... read more

Reviewed 26 March 2017
Pierre W
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Brussels, Belgium
amazing pure nature

Having traveled almost 3 months in Chilean and Argentinian Patagonia, I can say this national park... read more

Reviewed 21 February 2017
EnginKaban
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Izmir, Turkey
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“wet weather” (2 reviews)
“easy trail” (2 reviews)
“el volcan” (2 reviews)
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Reviewed 26 March 2017

Parque Pumalin is great if the weather is nice. The top is the new trail to Volcan Chaiten which erupted in 2008. The pleasant Camping el Volcan is 7 km away. Then at El Amarillo, the camping Ventisquero is one of the best in Chile,...More

Thank Pierre W
Reviewed 21 February 2017

Having traveled almost 3 months in Chilean and Argentinian Patagonia, I can say this national park is now one of my favorites. Pure and amazing nature. If you are backpacking, be ready to hitchhike as there is almost no public transport. If not you better...More

Thank EnginKaban
Reviewed 12 January 2017 via mobile

Parque Pumalin is one of the most beautiful parks we visited in Chile. The sendero's are beautiful and are well signed, but still feel wild. The camping sites are luxurious: well maintained, beautifully designed and, because we where there before high summer season, they where...More

1  Thank leito_rr
Reviewed 18 November 2016 via mobile

Rare beauty with several trails and tucked away campsites. Would have liked to walk more of the trails but the steep staircases were tricky in wet weather. The sendero Los alerces is a highlight...to see trees over 3000 years old simply incredible. An outdoor paradise

Thank JillTDevon
Reviewed 16 May 2016

We spent in Pumalin 5 days in total, three days stayed in the North part and two in the South, it was our first park on the Carretera Austral and it was a really good start for the trip. The park is free for everbody,...More

3  Thank AliaTraveler
Reviewed 20 March 2016

Well marked along the road from Calete Gonzalo to Chaiten, with a small parking. The short and easy trail is well maintained with walkways, platforms, bridge, steps and some explanations. The various trees with thick moss and the centuries old Alerce trees are a very...More

Thank huys25
Reviewed 26 January 2016

Pumalín Park is a 3,250 km² private nature reserve in the Palena Province of Chile, created by the US environmental foundation The Conservation Land Trust, which was endowed and led by the American founder of North Face, Douglas Tompkins, who died in a tragic kayaking...More

Thank EdSimone
Reviewed 20 January 2016

The park is not famous because it is difficult to access to it. I did Sendero Cacadas route. It took me 3 hours. The route is medium: not easy but not too much difficult to walk. The camping site is in a good condition. I...More

1  Thank Tomer V
Reviewed 11 January 2016

I booked a trip for our family of five, all adults, to Pumalin online through Alsur Expeditions, based in Puerto Varas. Gerardo and his team were first rate, and very accommodating to our needs. We booked well in advance, since we were combining this with...More

1  Thank NadoClan
Reviewed 28 December 2014

We booked a night in the expensive cabañas in this park and they are certainly worth the money for beauty and proximity to the park, the food in the cafe was excellent too. The problem was with the hikes in the park. After our night...More

2  Thank MaryTennant
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