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Valle Cochamo

Cochamo, Chile
+56 9 7764 5289
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Nice place to escape

We walked to La Junta campground (13km) and stayed here 2 nights. On our second day we walked to... read more

Reviewed 9 March 2017
tracey h
Mount Maunganui, New Zealand
via mobile
well worth the hike through mud!

The hike from the Cochamo bridge up through the valley can be tough, muddy, but surely amazing! The... read more

Reviewed 6 December 2016
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Reviewed 9 March 2017 via mobile

We walked to La Junta campground (13km) and stayed here 2 nights. On our second day we walked to Arco Iris which was a mission but worth the view. The waterfalls are close by, and the river is nice for a fresh/cold dip. There are...More

Thank tracey h
Reviewed 6 December 2016

The hike from the Cochamo bridge up through the valley can be tough, muddy, but surely amazing! The views that you get when arriving at la Junta are splendid (approx. 4 - 5 hours from the start of he trail). From la Junta you can...More

1  Thank Quinian
Reviewed 5 November 2016

From incredible domes (constantly being developed for climbing) to dense jungle and acrobatic hikes, Cochamo Valle has it all. The hike in is a challenge in itself (especially if it rains), think 10k of endless tunnels of mud. Fun! And once there the hikes and...More

1  Thank FoodxFood
Reviewed 1 March 2016

I think Valle Cochamo is one of the most beautiful place I have ever been. If you like open door sports such as trekking, climbing, kayak, rafting, horse hiding or even just stay in nature contemplation, you are going to the right place.

1  Thank Marquesa2112
Reviewed 19 February 2016

A must go for experience and conscious travelers. i recommend to go a week minimum! dry clothes and good rainy day food is a must.

1  Thank IgnacioIndeR
Reviewed 10 February 2016

Travelled to the valley on horse as part of our stay at Camp Aventura - the valley is spectacular - photos just don't do it justice.

1  Thank Jason T
Reviewed 6 February 2016

Valle de Cochamo is the biggest attraction around Cochamo for good reason. The 10 km hike in is relatively easy, and then you arrive at campsites surrounded by breathtaking granite monoliths. From there, you can make camp and hike any of the numerous nearby trails...More

2  Thank Ben P
Reviewed 11 December 2015

Cochamó Valle is absolutely beautiful and wild. There are great views and the Valle seems like the Jurassic Park! We came from Puerto Varas to Cochamó and them through Est. Reloncavi. We crossed by Caleta Puelche-Arena. It was a great (and local) expereince, The way...More

1  Thank Carlos A
Reviewed 5 December 2015

If there has been a lot of rain lately, the trail becomes an ocean of mud, but this year great weather, the refugio in La Junta is closed for the season but the campsite is fine. The summit of Arco Iris is very challenging for...More

Thank Pierre W
Reviewed 20 November 2015

According to users, this is like the best place to get in touch with the nature. Only at two hours from Puerto Varas it is very simple to access to this place, you just need a car, a bike or pay for a bus ticket...More

1  Thank Felipe G
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