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5-Day Trekking Expedition: Cóndor Circuit

5-Day Trekking Expedition: Cóndor Circuit - Molina, Chile

Duration: 5 days
Location: Molina, Chile

From USD
$1100.00

Five days trekking circuit among amazing geological formations where central and southern Chilean forests converge, passing by  lakes, hot springs and a great diversity of Andean landscapes.
Different Andean landscapes present in these latitudes show us their charms hidden. Countless rivers and streams will satiate our thirst at the right times, as well as the opportunity to relax the body thanks to thermal springs that bloom on the banks of the “Quebrada el Volcán” and the “Blanquillo” sector.
Venturing to live a unique experience in the Andes range involves an opening way to a direct feeling of admiration of the resources and attractions that expose the same landscapes ... More info ›

Five days trekking circuit among amazing geological formations where central and southern Chilean forests converge, passing by  lakes, hot springs and a great diversity of Andean landscapes.
Different Andean landscapes present in these latitudes show us their charms hidden. Countless rivers and streams will satiate our thirst at the right times, as well as the opportunity to relax the body thanks to thermal springs that bloom on the banks of the “Quebrada el Volcán” and the “Blanquillo” sector.
Venturing to live a unique experience in the Andes range involves an opening way to a direct feeling of admiration of the resources and attractions that expose the same landscapes. The Condor Circuit essentially forms a space for the redefinition by the visitor that become protagonist of the space that recreates, leaving the mountain to reveal its majesty and matchless beauty.

DAY 1: RADAL 7 TAZAS NATIONAL RESERVE - ÁNIMAS LAGOON
At 4:00am in the morning we will pick you up at your hotel in Santiago to then head south to Radal 7 Tazas National Reserve (5 hours car ride). This protected area is located in the Maule Region. Its main attraction is Claro River, with waterfalls and peculiar natural pools. At the administracion we will be received by porters and their horses from where we distribute the equipment and start the journey by a fairly friendly path through the Claro Valley. Here the group can enjoy the landscape with the "Devil´s Fang mount" as a postcard of the place. There are 6 miles to this point and about 3 more miles along a demanding slope with an average height of 1,640ft to finish the day at the Ánimas Lagoon, from where we will be received with tents set up on the shore.
DAY 2: ÁNIMAS LAGOON - EL VOLCAN RAVINE
On this day hikers should pack their towels and swimsuits for the hot springs of “El Volcán”. The first section consist to hike on a steep slope of 1,7 miles before get to the “Las Cruces” hill pass (8.202f of altitude). After a short break we continue by a path of pumice rock along a hillside before entering into the Volcán Ravine and arrive to the hot springs. On that place we will take a bath, relax the muscles and recharge energies before hike the last section of the day.
DAY 3: EL VOLCÁN HILL PATH - EL BLANQUILLO
This day is almost only downhill. The first stage consists of a hike through a corridor called “La Calle”. A beautiful natural corredor highlighting the Manantial Pelado mount. After a steady decline and having hiked about 8 miles we will arrive to the camp site near the hot springs of “El Blanquillo”.
DAY 4: EL BLANQUILLO - THE BEACH
On this day we will take south direction following the course of the Blanquillo River, which will lead us to “Altos de Lircay National Reserve”. Having left behind the Blanquillo valley and after passing the last important downhill, we will enter to an old nothofagus forest. After walking 8,8 miles final we will arrive to “La Playa” camp site, a nice spot on the banks of a river course (suitable for swiming).
DAY 5: THE BEACH - ENTRANCE ALTOS DE LIRCAY NATIONAL RESERVE
On the morning we will make the toughest section of the five days. It consist of hike uphill of about 1.800 feets to reach the lookout of “El Venado”. There are about 2.5 hours with significant slope before reach this place. From here we will continue hiking on a more friendly trail to the entrance of the reserve. As we descend, we will be delving deeper into a forest that converges sclerophyllous species and nothofagus trees represented by Coigüe and Lenga. On the administration the driver will be waiting for us with a “surprise lunch” and afterwards the returning to Santiago at 20:00 approx.

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National Park Radal 7 Tazas

National Park Radal 7 Tazas - Molina, Chile

Duration: 23 to 24 hours
Location: Molina, Chile

From USD
$960.00

Day 1 will start at 6.00am and end at 10.00pm.
Day 2 will start at 9.00am with breakfast and we will complete the day by around 4.30pm by leaving for santiago and arriving into santiago at 9.00pm
- see activity details for full breakdowns of day 1 and 2.

Day 1 :
• 6:00 am : Departure from hotels or address
• 9:00 am : Arrival in Molina village before ascending to the precordillerano area, in this village we will supply products to be used in the National Park there will be an optional breakfast
• 11:20 am : Visit of the Cascada Velo de la Novia.
• 12:30 am : Visit of the Parque Nacional Radal Siete Tazas we will then travel to the interior of the park where many different attractions will be. We will end the trail we will arrive to the Salto de la Leona.
• 16:40 pm : Visit the English park
• 17:30 pm : Return to the cabin
• 20:00 pm : An Outdoor barbecue
• 22:00 pm : End of the day
Day 2 :
• 9:00 am : Breakfast
• 11:00 am : Trek ribera sur del Rio Claro
• 14:30 pm : Return to Santiago detention in Velo de la Novia
• 15:00 pm : Lunch in cabin
• 16:30 pm : Return to Santiago
• 21:00 pm : Arrive into Santiago
The Radal Siete Tazas National Park is one of many protected areas in the national forestry corporation, located in the pre-mountain range of the seventh region in the municipality of Molina ... More info ›

Day 1 will start at 6.00am and end at 10.00pm.
Day 2 will start at 9.00am with breakfast and we will complete the day by around 4.30pm by leaving for santiago and arriving into santiago at 9.00pm
- see activity details for full breakdowns of day 1 and 2.

Day 1 :
• 6:00 am : Departure from hotels or address
• 9:00 am : Arrival in Molina village before ascending to the precordillerano area, in this village we will supply products to be used in the National Park there will be an optional breakfast
• 11:20 am : Visit of the Cascada Velo de la Novia.
• 12:30 am : Visit of the Parque Nacional Radal Siete Tazas we will then travel to the interior of the park where many different attractions will be. We will end the trail we will arrive to the Salto de la Leona.
• 16:40 pm : Visit the English park
• 17:30 pm : Return to the cabin
• 20:00 pm : An Outdoor barbecue
• 22:00 pm : End of the day
Day 2 :
• 9:00 am : Breakfast
• 11:00 am : Trek ribera sur del Rio Claro
• 14:30 pm : Return to Santiago detention in Velo de la Novia
• 15:00 pm : Lunch in cabin
• 16:30 pm : Return to Santiago
• 21:00 pm : Arrive into Santiago
The Radal Siete Tazas National Park is one of many protected areas in the national forestry corporation, located in the pre-mountain range of the seventh region in the municipality of Molina. The area is famous for its waterfalls and evergreen landscapes. A course of roads have formed after millenary eruptions of the headless volcano.
In this experience you will be able to explore a beautiful nationally renowned park, by enjoying a truly unique environment. Here you will be able disconnect from the real world and nature will start to prevail and show its beauty. This experience will be only 2 days long but will forever live in your heart.

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Seven Cups Radal National Park

Seven Cups Radal National Park - Molina, Chile

Duration: 1 day
Location: Molina, Chile

From USD
$100.00

the unit stands out for the protection of wildlife species such as pudu, chingue and Chilean partridge. In what has flora is concerned, highlight olivillo, raulí, oak, coigüe and laurel ... More info ›

the unit stands out for the protection of wildlife species such as pudu, chingue and Chilean partridge. In what has flora is concerned, highlight olivillo, raulí, oak, coigüe and laurel. The predominant ecosystems correspond to the coironales (high Andean steppe of the Maule) and the deciduous forest, formed by species like oak, raulí, ñirre and hualo, covering between both, great part of the surface of the park.
 Salto La Leona: 1,200 meters. Duration on foot: 2 hours. This trail shows the spectacularity of the Seven Cups and then reaches one of the great waterfalls;

the unit stands out for the protection of wildlife species such as pudu, chingue and Chilean partridge. In what has flora is concerned, highlight olivillo, raulí, oak, coigüe and laurel. The predominant ecosystems correspond to the coironales (high Andean steppe of the Maule) and the deciduous forest, formed by species like oak, raulí, ñirre and hualo, covering between both, great part of the surface of the park.
 Salto La Leona: 1,200 meters. Duration on foot: 2 hours. This trail shows the spectacularity of the Seven Cups and then reaches one of the great waterfalls;
- Retreat from hotels in communes of Recoleta, Santiago, Providencia and Las Condes, people in other communes meeting point Metro Tobalaba, Metro los Heroes
- Technical stop in Copec San Francisco de Mostazal service.
- Transfer to San Pedro wine store.
- Take the road back to Molina
- Visit Salto Velo de la Novia
- Arrival National Park Radal seven Cups
- Lunch (Roast beef with vegetables and a glass of wine)
- tour of the reserve and time to shoot photographs.
- 17 Hours return to Santiago

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