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On April, 2013, seven friends, sitting around a table and drinking beer, talked about something that was usually the topic of their talks: racing down the mountain or what today is known as trail running. They were sea- soned runners of these wild ultramarathons – which consider different surfaces and altitudes – and they were celebrating their performance in a test carried out in San Martín de Los Andes, Argentina, Here they were when those strange bursts of lucidity that

In the foothills of Casablanca volcano, located in Puyehue National Park and only 98 km away from the city of Osorno, the winter resort of Antillanca - 1.015 meters above sea level - is a beautiful and cosy place to practice winter sports in the South of Chile. Opened in 1951 by the Club Andino Osorno, Antillanca (“jewel of the Sun” in mapudungun) is inserted into an area where the winds from the Pacific Ocean accumulate in the mountains and reach

Chile is perceived by ornithologists as an excellent destination to see birds due to the large number of species that inhabit or that regularly roam the country and reaching around 500 varieties. For this reason, increasingly more fans of the bird watching - English name that referred this activity - arrive to Chile to incorporate some species to their list of watched birds. Los Lagos, specifically, is one of the best suited regions to develop this passion, thanks to a number

Los Lagos District, has unique natural characteristics, mainly by offering landscape diversity, and which includes a significant amount of mountains, national parks, lakes, rivers, glaciers, ancient forests and volcanoes, as well as an archipelago of singular attraction consisting of a large island and a group of small islands. It is a scene of particular natural beauty and whose cultural background has rich ethnographic and historical elements mainly derived from manifestations of huilliche people (mapuche from south), the Spanish heritage, contributions

Puerto Montt is the starting point to begin the adventure of traveling the Carretera Austral. With a population that exceeds 250 thousand, the capital of the Lakes Region composes the main link to Patagonia. The international airport and El Tepual air base, the second largest in the country, combined with its seaports where one of the largest fleet of vessels in Chile operates, receiving several international cruises annually, as well as its different bus terminals and dry ports, make Puerto

Places to see Futaleufú is characterized by its outdoor activities and extreme sports. It is no coincidence that, in the year 2000, the world rafting championship was held in the Futaleufú river; it is one of the 3 best in the world for this activity. It is also ideal for recreational fishing; in the Pozón de Los Reyes you can catch (and release) rainbow trout, brown trout and huge salmon. The first settlers set their home around the Espejo Lagoon, surrounded

Next to the border crossing “El Límite” separating Chile from Argentina, and near the old Argentinean settlements of Esquel and Trevelin, is the commune of Futaleufú or “Río Grande”, in the language of its oldest inhabitants, the Tehuelche. Its capital, founded in 1929 and bearing the same name, is only 10 kilometres away from the border. The Futaleufú River, huge and rushing, coming from the snowmelt in the mountains, crosses the commune on its way to the ocean. A history

Places to see Three hills rise around the town: Cerro La Cruz, Cerro La Virgen and Cerro La Bandera. Several walks can be done in them and their surroundings. The Palena River is the main river of the commune, which is surrounded by its basin. On its banks you can find many sandy beaches and white stones. Floating, kayaking or fly fishing are some ways to enjoy it. The area of El Azul, under forests of radales, coihues and arrayanes invites

They say that it was the Jesuit Nicolás Mascardi, who gave the name of Palena to this area located in the Andean Patagonia. It is recognized for its ideal conditions for fly fishing, the Palena National Park and for its peaceful rural life. History Palena, is a commune crossed by rivers which separate or unite, depending on who you ask. It was recognized, in 1929, as Palena District, giving its name to the Province. Although there is the town of Alto Palena,

Places to see A must-see in Chaitén is the Desertores Islands, here lives an important part of the indigenous people of the commune. You can go for the day or stay in one of its six islands, sharing with its inhabitants.  In Chana, the wetlands offer bird sightings, including black-necked swans and flamingos. From here, through the Coastal sector; Casa Pesca, Pumalín Bay, Loyola and Chumeldén, you reach the Corrales de Piedra, original passive fishing systems built by the ancient inhabitants.  In the Comau Peninsula: the bays of Buil, Ayacara and Poyo, are connected by boat with Caleta Gonzalo, the North entrance of the Pumalín Park.