Reserva Nacional Río de los Cipreses
Río de los Cipreses National Reserve
Located 50 km east of Rancagua, this reserve has an area of 36,882 hectares and constitutes the largest protected area in the VI Region. It was declared a national reserve in Protected content , standing out as a space for the preservation of wildlife species such as the guanaco, the Tricahue parrot and the puma, together with allowing the protection of a vigorous sclerophyllous forest, as well as small relict cypress forests from the mountain range located in the upper area of the Los Cipreses river valley.
It is a discovery activity, a trekking that we have not done before. It requires good mood and willingness.
A minimum of 6 people is needed for 2 cars or 10 people for 3 cars.
Chilean adult 3,000, foreign adult 5,000, the camp is reached by car and from there you can make the Puente La Leona trail.
This trail of 6 kilometers from the campsite, is the perfect to develop a walk throughout the day, starting after a powerful breakfast, it is possible to find drinking water from slopes along the way, in addition to seeing the forest and sclerophyllous scrub in its entirety with predominant species such as quillay, peumo, liter, etc.
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It is paid in advance.
If you go by vehicle, your payment is returned.
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