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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