About Us

Asociación de Municipalidades Parque Cordillera [Parque Cordillera Association of Municipalities] is a nonprofit organization formed by seven municipalities with mountainous territory: Las Condes, La Reina, Peñalolén, La Florida and San José de Maipo, which aims to conserve and protect andean native resources of the metropolitan region, positioning them to the place of natural heritage.

What we do

One of our goals is to consolidate a network of pre-andean nature reserves, connected between themselves by footpaths joining the communes of Colina in the north to San José de Maipo by the South, creating “the periurban/metropolitan nature park” of Santiago, with spaces to enjoy nature in the open air, educating the visitor to carry out sports, recreational, cultural, touristic and educational activities in harmony with the environment.

Activities

Parque Cordillera offers, through its network of natural parks, various alternatives to live the nature in a sustainable manner and aware with the environment as a guidance of Environmental Education; Trekking of various kinds: nightly and contemplative flora and fauna photography, among others. Crossings; composting workshops, botanical illustration or organic garden and sports and recreational activities among other alternatives.

Parks Network

Parque Cordillera has 5 natural reserves and a sixth one in the process of opening, where annually more than 175,000 people are connected with these unique natural areas and are learning the importance of its care and preservation , and where Environmental Education takes place as a cornerstone.

The natural parks network gives the visitor spaces equipped with a high-standard bilingual signage that allows crossing it in a self-guided manner along its more than 110 km. of trails, in addition to dry eco-toilets, friendly with the environment.

We have a team of Park Rangers and environmental monitors trained in flora, fauna, ecosystem and mountainous geography, renewable energy, recycling, composting, first aid and mountain courses.

Puente Ñilhue Natural Park

In this park, in the commune of Lo Barnechea, its rocky structures speak about the formation of the Andes Mountain Range. This includes trekking Trails of Medium/High Mountain, which allow visitors to reach the Provincia Mountain (2750 meters above sea level) and the Cerro San Ramon (3250 meters above sea level) summits, ideal for more experienced Athletes.

Birdwatching in height such as condor and owls can be performed here. Recommended for children over 12 years old.

It has signaled connectivity to the West with the Natural Park San Carlos de Apoquindo through the connection located at 400 m to the South of Alto El Naranjo sector.(Portezuelo).

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Footpaths

Vallecito
  • Limit time to enter: 14:00 h.
  • Type of Path: Medium intensity. It has an extension of 5 km. approx. round trip. Crossing it takes 3 h. approx. in round trip.
  • Camping: Camping is allowed.
  • Description: Sector located at 1270 m.a.s.l with abundant presence of well-developed sclerophyll forest which offers protection and shade. There is access to drink water on the slope of the sector. The area boasts an ecological dry toilet that must be utilized according to the use instructions. Only organic waste. A total of 258 m. of climbing.

 


 Alto del Naranjo
  • Limit time to enter: 13:00 h.
  • Type of Path: medium/high intensity with steep slopes in some sections. It has an extension of 7.6 km. approx. round trip to the Administration. Crossing it takes 4 hours and 30 min. approx. in round trip. There is a point of rehydration in Water gutter sector, an hour away from the Administration approx.
  • Camping: Camping is not allowed.
  • Description: Alto del Naranjo stands out for its amazing east (mountains) and west view (Santiago) reaching 1,856 meters above the sea level and for a centenary Quillay which hosts a pair of Tucúqueres which are typical of the local fauna. Over 844 m of climbing. In this area 400 m. to the south (Portezuelo) there is a signposted connection to reach the Natural Park San Carlos de Apoquindo.

 


 

Cumbre Cerro Provincia
  • Limit time to enter: 10:00 h.
  • Type of Path: Of high intensity. 17.5 km extension. approx. round trip. Crossing it takes 9 h. approx. Path with 1 point of rehydration in water gutter (1 h. From the Administration) sector. Only in winter time you can get snow to make water.
  • Camping: Camping is allowed when having access to the summit using the Dome of clean and responsible form.
  • Description: From the top at 2,750 meters above the sea level other peaks in the sector as Cerro Tambor (2,875 meters) and Cerro San Ramon (3,250 m) can be observed, besides a spectacular view of the Andes in all its magnitude. This path requires prior experience in trekking because of its size, altitude and intensity. It is recommended to bring 3 liters of water per person. Over 1,738 m. of climbing.
Limit time to enter for other points of interest:

1- Mirador de las Vacas 16:30. (700 m. From the Administration)
2- Water gutter 14:30. (1.7 km. From the Administration)
3- Valle Suizo 11:30. (5 km. From the Administration)

Directions / Map

Address: Camino a Farellones (route G21) until km 5,3 (take the local road at the Right hand)
Commune: Lo Barnechea
Contact:  Landlines: 2-2750112 / 2-2750171 / Mobile: 5 528 43 39

Email: correo@asociacionparquecordillera.cl

Enabled days: Tuesday to Sunday. CLOSED on Mondays.
Hours: 8:00 to 18:00 h.
Ticket Value: $ 2.000 general public
$ 1.000 children under 12 and seniors (over 60 years old)
Camping Value: $ 2.000 per person per day in the park.

Groups must hire an Environmental Monitor

For Environmental Education visits: edu.ambiental@asociacionparquecordillera.cl

San Carlos de Apoquindo Natural Patk

This park – in the commune of Las Condes – offers visitors attractive mountain bike routes and a hiking trails network to the North, South and East of the Valley by which it is possible to access the summits as Alto Las Vizcachas, Morro del Guayacán, Alto del Naranjo and Cerro Provincia. This Park is fully representative of the central foothills of Chile and has a rich ecosystem with varied species of flora and fauna which highlights the state of development and conservation of the sclerophyllous forest, which provides excellent conditions for bird watching. Suitable for people who are starting in the variety of trekking trails offered.

It has signposted connectivity towards the Northeast with Puente Ñilhue Natural Park through the connection located in Portezuelo, 400 m. from Alto El Naranjo sector and connectivity to the South with the Natural park Aguas de Ramon over the connection located on the section of Morro Las Papas – Alto Las Vizcachas that connects with a path in the signaling pathways that lead to Salto Apoquindo or towards the administration of the Park.

-Address: Camino Las Flores, street number 13.000 approx. entering San Carlos de Apoquindo Stadium, Club Deportivo Universidad Catolica Sporting Club.

-Commune: Las Condes

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Footpaths

Alto las Vizcachas
  • Limit time to enter: 13:00 h.
  • Type of Path: medium/high intensity. 9 km extension. approx. round trip. Crossing it takes 5 hours. approx. in round trip. There are no points of rehydration en route, only access to water at the Administration of the Park.
  • Camping: Camping is not allowed.
  • Description: This trail goes through a small valley through the sclerophyllous forest and towards the Summit of Alto Las Vizcachas Hill offers interesting slopes. After overcoming the last and the most demanding stretch, one gains access to the summit of Las Vizcachas Hill to 1.852 meters over the sea level. where there is a sector with benches to have a rest and to observe one of the best views of Santiago and the hills Provincia, Tambor and San Ramón crowning the foothills buttress. Ideal for those who are looking for demanding slopes over short distances. Total Slope 825 m. In this path, before the last stretch to reach the summit is found the connection to reach the Aguas de Ramon Natural Park that binds with a path in signaling pathways heading to Salto de Apoquindo.

 


 

Alto del Naranjo
  • Limit time to enter: 13:00 h.
  • Type of Path: medium/high intensity with steep slopes in some sections. Extension of 12 km. approx. round trip. Crossing it takes 4 hours and 30 min. approx. in round trip. There are no points of rehydration en route, access to water only at the Administration .
  • Camping: Camping is not allowed.
  • Description: Alto del Naranjo stands out for its amazing East (mountains) and west view (Santiago) reaching 1,856 meters above the sea level and for a centenary Quillay which hosts a pair of Tucúqueres, typical of the local fauna. Total Slope 836 m. At 400 m. from Alto del Naranjo (Portezuelo) is found the connection to Puente Ñilhue Natural Park where you can continue to Cerro Provincia summit (2,750 m).

 


 

Cancha de Carrera
  • Limit time to enter: 14:30 h.
  • Type of Path: Medium intensity, with an extension of 9 km. approx. round trip. It takes 3 h. 30 min. approx. to go through it. There are not rehydration points en route, you can have access to water only at the Administration . The altitude in this sector reaches 1,601 meters above the sea level.
  • Camping: Camping is allowed only with the presence of an Environmental Monitor and in the place determined by this one.
  • Description: When you arrive, you will have access to an esplanade which is an ideal place to relax and watch the birds and the sclerophyllous forest. Total gradient 580 m.

 


 

Morro las Papas
  • Limit time to enter: 16:00 h.
  • Type of Path: Of medium intensity with an extension of 6.4 km approx. roundtrip. Crossing it takes2 h aprox. There are no points of rehydration en route, you can have access to water only at the Administration .
  • Camping: camping is not allowed
  • Description: When reaching the end of the path, at 1,370 m.a.s.l. , there is an access to a viewpoint heading to the north where you can appreciate Santiago and towards the northeast direction the San Carlos de Apoquindo Natural Park watershed, which lodges a sclerophyllous forest formation in excellent condition. Total slope 350 m.

 


 

Morro Guayacán
  • Limit time to enter: 14:00.
  • Type of Path: medium/high intensity. It has an extension of 8.6 km. approx. round trip. Crossing it takes 4 hours. approx. in round trip There are no points of rehydration en route, you can have access to water only at the Administration
  • Camping: Camping is not allowed
  • Description: This path, when touring the south-facing slope, has higher cover of sparse vegetation of tree spices. From the summit you can appreciate a beautiful view of the eastern part of Santiago and the Andes mountain range, reaching 1,620 m.a.s.l. Total Slope 600 m.

 


 

Sendero Mountain Bike
  • Limit time to enter 15:00 h.
  • Type of Path: medium/high intensity. It has an extension of 6,7 km, round trip. Crossing it takes a variable time according to capacity. There are no rehydration points en route, you can have access to water only at the Administration .
  • Camping: Camping is not allowed.
  • Description: The path which reaches 1,454 m.a.s.l. and covers from east to west the edge of Morro Guayacán, becoming an ideal alternative for fast and middle-Technical level descents. Total Slope 450 m.

 


 

Monolith
  • Limit time to enter: 16:30 h.
  • Type of Path: Medium intensity. It has an extension of 5.30 km. approx. Crossing it takes 1 h. 30 min. approx. in round trip. The are no rehydration points en route, you can have access to water only at the Administration . When arriving you will find the Monolith milestone, at 1,250 m.a.s.l. , which marks the end of the trail.
  • Camping: Camping is not allowed.
  • Description: It is ideal for people who start in the trekking due to its moderate intensity. This broad path goes in east direction by the valley and has a forest cover that provides pleasant shade during the journey, ideal for children and families. Total Slope of 230 m.

Directions / Map

Address: Camino Las Flores, street number 13.000 approx. entering San Carlos de Apoquindo Stadium, Club Deportivo Universidad Catolica Sporting Club.
Commune: Las Condes
Contact: Land Lines: 2-2750112 / 2-2750171 / Mobile: 5 528 34 11

Email: correo@asociacionparquecordillera.cl

Enabled days: Tuesday to Sunday. CLOSED on Mondays.
Hours: 8:00 to 19:00 h.

Ticket Value: $2.000 general public
$ 1.000 children under 12 and seniors

For Environmental Education visits: edu.ambiental@asociacionparquecordillera.cl

Aguas de Ramón Natural Park

Natural Park Aguas de Ramón – on the border of the communes of Las Condes and La Reina – is characterized by a high wealth of endemic species of flora and fauna. Trekking routes go through the Valley through its forests, offering wonderful views, suspension bridges, waterfalls and places that allow interaction with nature. Ideal for the whole family and trail running lovers, in the lower area there is an infrastructure suitable for people with disabilities, an environmental education center, coffee shop, snack, a barefoot path and a center of ropes in height.

It has connectivity to the north by San Carlos de Apoquindo Natural Park (which reaches an intermediate point of the Morro Las Papas – Alto las Vizcachas paths) through a path in signaling pathways that leads to Salto de Apoquindo by the northern slope.

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Footpaths

Canto del Agua
  • Limit time to enter: 17:30 h.
  • Type of Path: -Type of Path: Low intensity. It has an extension of 1 km. approx. Crossing it takes 25 min. approx.
  • Camping: Camping is not allowed.
  • Description: This trail runs along the lower sector of the park administration. Ideal for children and families. The area located along the estuary, has picnic areas equipped for family use, inserted in the forest that provides shelter and shade. It is not allowed to bathe. It’s a perfect way to share and connect with nature sounds. Maximum altitude 862 m.s.n.m. Total Slope 30 m.

 


 

Paleontological Route
  • Limit time to enter: 16:00 h.
  • Type of Path: Medium/low intensity. It has an extension of 3.7 km, circuit type. Crossing it takes 1 h. 30 min. in ound trip. There are no rehydration points en route, the access to water is only at the Administration.
  • Camping: Camping is not allowed.
  • Description: During the tour we pass through the place where the gomphothere Stegomastodon paleontological remains were found, where a replica of the excavation exists. Maximum altitude 1,030 m.a.s.l. Total Slope 200 m.

 


 

Los Peumos
  • Limit time to enter: 14:00 h.
  • Type of Path: Medium intensity. It has an extension of 6.5 km. approx. circuit type. Crossing it round trip takes 4 hours. approx. There is a point of rehydration en route when reaching the end of the trail and to access the river. (1 h. Approx. From the Administration).
  • Camping: Camping is allowed only with the presence of an Environmental Monitor and in the place determined by this one.
  • Description: In the mountainside the trail enters the valley passing through various associations of sclerophyll forest. At the end of the path at 1,100 meters above the sea level there is an access to small waterfalls and pools, inserted in a mythical forest of Peumos. It is forbidden to bathe. There is a set of dry ecological toilets which must be occupied according to the instructions of use. Only organic waste. Total Slope 270 m.

 


 

Salto de Apoquindo
  • Limit time to enter: 10:00 h.
  • Type of Path: Medium/high intensity. It has an extension of 17.5 km. approx. round trip. Crossing it in round trip takes 7 h. approx. This trail has 3 points of rehydration en route (Los Peumos at 1 h .; River Crossing at 1 hr. 30 min .; Salto de Apoquindo waterfall at 3 h.).
  • Camping: Camping is allowed only with the presence of an Environmental Monitor and in the place determined by this one.
  • Description: This route offers challenging sections (Section Los Peumos – Mirador del Encañado), formations of unique forests and lookouts with spectacular views reaching 1,646 meters where is the beautiful waterfall of 30 m. which rises from the depths of Provincia Hill. It is not allowed to bathe. In the area there is a dry ecological toilet that must be used with according to the instructions for use. Only organic waste. Total Slope 814 m.
    Through a route in signaling pathways that leads to Salto de Apoquindo by the northern slope has connectivity to the San Carlos de Apoquindo Natural Park accessing an intermediate point of the Morro Las Papas – Alto Las Vizcachas paths

 


 

Connection Aguas de Ramón Natural Park/ San Carlos de Apoquindo Natural Park
  • Limit time to enter: 12:00 h.
  • Type of Path: Medium-high intensity. It has an extension of 5.25 km. approx. One way. Crossing it in round trip takes 5 hours. approx. This path has no rehydration points en route. It is not recommended for those new in trekking because of its intensity and steep slopes.
  • Camping: Camping is not allowed.
  • Description: The tour begins by Sendero Los Peumos, north side, with a gradual climb through the sclerophyll forest to warm up. When passing the totem in the location number 30 (reference: high-voltage tower) that connects to a path in the signaling pathways leading to Salto de Apoquindo by the northern slope. At kilometer marker 4.4 there is another fork to the left which is not signposted that connects to the North, climbing about 820 m, with the San Carlos de Apoquindo Natural Park.
    From this point it is possible to gain access to the summit of Cerro Alto las Vizcachas (1.854 m.a.s.l) going up 1,1 km to the east, or going down in north direction towards Morro Las Papas, Administration and other trips of the San Carlos of Apoquindo Natural Park. Total Slope 680 m. (Up to the connection point).

Directions / Map

Address: Álvaro Casanova 2583
Commune: La Reina
Contact: Land lines: 2-2750112 / 2-2750171 / Mobile: 8 722 81 18

Email: correo@asociacionparquecordillera.cl

Enabled days: Monday to Sunday.
Schedule: 8:00 a 19:00 h.

Ticket Value: $2.000 general public
$ 1.000 children under 12 and seniors

For Environmental Education visits: edu.ambiental@asociacionparquecordillera.cl

 

Cantalao Natural Park

Cantalao Natural Park – in the commune of Peñalolén – is ideal for family and seniors since it has gentle trails. It has breathtaking views of Santiago and in it ancient military arsenals are preserved and are embedded in a forest in excellent condition, possessing an abundant biodiversity in a privileged natural landscape.

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Footpaths

El Litre Guayacán
  • Limit time to enter: 17:00 h.
  • Type of Path: Low intensity. It has an extension of 1.5 km. approx. circuit type. Crossing it round trip takes 1 h. approx.
  • Camping: Camping is allowed only with the presence of an Environmental Monitor and in the place determined by this one.
  • Description: This tour goes at the foot of Cerro La Cruz hill (2,552 meters) through the sclerophyllous forest, arriving at the Quillay square, there is a resting and meeting place. The route offers beautiful views of both Santiago and Cerro La Cruz to the East. It is a path recommended for children, families and elderly people, because of its low intensity, technical level and tree cover that provides shade throughout the circuit. At the Administration there is a set of dry composting toilets to be employed according to the instructions for use. Only organic waste. Maximum altitude 1,050 m.s.n.m. Total Slope 80 m.

 


 

Sendero Torres
  • Limit time to enter: 16:30 h.
  • Type of Path: Medium intensity. It has an extension of 3 km. approx. Crossing it in round trip takes 2 hours. approx.
  • Camping: Camping is not allowed.
  • Description: This route runs through the Northern sector of the Park through the sclerophyllous forest using the old way of the towers. The Route offers beautiful views of both Santiago and Cerro la Cruz Valley (2552 m.a.s.l.) to the East. Trail is recommended for those looking for something stronger in short distance. At the Administration sector there is a set of Ecological Dry toilets that should be used according to the instructions for use. Only organic waste. Maximum Altitude 1220 meters. Total Slope 240 M.

 


 

Alto Cantalao
  • Limit time to enter: 16:00 h.
  • Type of Path: Medium intensity. It has an extension of 2.5 km. approx. Crossing it in round trip takes 2 hours and 20 minutes approx.
  • Camping: Camping is not allowed.
  • Description: This route runs through the watershed at the foot of Cerro La Cruz (2,552 meters) through the sclerophyllous forest and beside ancient watercourses. The route offers great tree coverage and towards the end you can find beautiful views of Santiago and Cerro La Cruz in its rocky expression. It is a footpath recommended for those who look for major intensity in little distance. At the Administration sector there is a set of dry ecological baths that must be occupied in accordance with the use indications. Organic waste only. Maximum altitude 1.247 m.s.n.m. Total Slope 270 m.

Directions / Map

Address: Las Palmas 385 (Entrance by the military Country Club side).
Commune: Peñalolén
Contact: Landlines: 2-2750112 / 2-2750171

Email: correo@asociacionparquecordillera.cl

* All visits to the Cantalao Natural Park, must be coordinated and reserved previously.

Enabled days: Monday to Sunday.
Hours: 8:00 to 19:00 h.

Ticket Value : $2.000 general public
$1.000 children under 12 and seniors

For visits of environmental education: edu.ambiental@asociacionparquecordillera.cl

Quebrada de Macul Natural Park

This park – in the commune of Peñalolén – has a biodiversity that is typical of the Mediterranean climate. In this area is found a native type of sclerophyll forest, footpaths with diverse arboreal species where trekking activities are developed, mountain bike, between others. Parque Cordillera works strategically in this park, currently administered by the Municipality of Peñalolén.

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Footpaths

Estero (Ex Quincho)
  • Limit time to enter: 18:00 h.
  • Type of Path: Low intensity. It has an extension of 1.6 km. approx. Crossing it in round trip takes 30 min. approx.
  • Camping: Camping is not allowed.
  • Description: This is the first contact with Quebrada de Macul estuary at this point the sclerophyllous forest belonging to native vegetation begins. You can hear the sound of water and the chirping of birds found in the sector. It is not allowed to bathe. Maximum altitude 1,034 m.s.n.m. Total Slope 143 m.

 


 

Mirador de la U
  • Limit time to enter: 14:00 h.
  • Type of Path:  Medium intensity, suitable for all ages. It has an extension of 5 km. round trip. Crossing it takes 4 h. approx. in round trip.
  • Camping: Camping is not allowed.
  • Description: The name of this point is due to the curvature that the river makes forming a letter U and allowing to see the basin in all its magnitude, also contemplating some peaks. It is not allowed to bathe. Maximum altitude 1,134 m.s.n.m. Total Slope 240 m.

 


 

Aguas del Maqui
  • Limit time to enter: 13:00 h.
  • Type of Path:  Medium intensity. It has an extension of 12.5 km approx. Crossing it takes 5 hours approx.
  • Camping: Camping is not allowed.
  • Description: After a walk by the sclerophyllous forest and away from the noise of the city, it is possible to reach a beautiful place with view to the river where it is possible to relax and admire the landscape and native vegetation that abounds in the place, along the singing of birds and the sound of water. It is not allowed to bathe. Maximum altitude 1,839 m.s.n.m. Total Slope 948 m.

 


 

Cerro La Cruz
  • Limit time to enter: 10:00 h.
  • Type of Path: De intensidad media/alta. Extensión 17 km. ida y regreso. Recorrerlo toma 9 h. ida y regreso aprox.
  • Camping: Camping is not allowed.
  • Description: The footpath has multiple slopes and landscapes that cover both forests and Andean ecosystems. When we get to the summit at 2.552 m.a.s.l.,  there is an incredible view of Santiago and of the whole mountain chain formed by the summits of the hills Provincia, Tambor and San Ramón. Maximum altitude 2.552 m.a.s.l.. Total gradient 1,660 mts.

Directions / Map

Address: Avenida Diagonal Las Torres s/n
Commune: Peñalolén
Contact: Landlines: 2-2750112 / 2-2750171/ Mobile: 7 982 03 58

Email: correo@asociacionparquecordillera.cl

Days enabled: Monday to Sunday.

Hours: 8:30 to 18:30
Free admission

For visits of Environmental Education: edu.ambiental@asociacionparquecordillera.cl

Farellones de Santa Elena Natural Park

It is located in the pre Andean hills of the District of Colina. Ideal for environmental education thanks to its big natural attractions, panoramic view, wet streams with rich vegetation and a varied fauna due to Caletones Hill towering cliffs, on whose walls there are abundant nesting birds. It has a high archaeological interest by findings of petroglyphs and ruins of settlements of the early agro-ceramic period.

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Footpaths

Farellones de Colina Circuit

Crossing it round trip takes 2 h. There are no points of rehydration in route, the access to water is only in the administration office. At arriving we will find the viewpoint over the cliffs at 820 m.a.s.l., which marks the end of the path and the beginning of the descent.

  • Camping: Camping is not allowed.
  • Description: This tour goes at the foot of the Cerro Caletones (820 m) through a sclerophyllous forest, which reaches a large Rocky Esplanade ideal for recreational activities and to observe the towering cliffs, on whose walls exist abundant nesting of birds. Then, the route ascends to arrive over the cliffs, offering a beautiful panoramic view. The trail is recommended for children from 10 years old and families because its intensity and technical level. In the sector of administration there is a set of dry ecological toilets which are to be occupied according to the management instructions. Only organic waste. Total altitude 270 m.

 

Punta de Roca
  • Type of Path: Medium intensity. It has an extension of 16.8 km. Crossing it takes 7 hours. There is no rehydration points on   route, the access to water is only at the Administration office.
  • Camping: Camping is not allowed.
  • Description: A horseshoe-shaped path that runs all summits from Farellones to the area of ​​La Cruz. Tour suitable for trail running because its combination of size and intensity. We recommend bringing at least 2 lt. of water. The altitude in this sector reaches 950 m. Total Slope 400 m.

 

Directions / Map

Address: Santa Elena, Colina
District: Colina
Contact: Landlines: 2-2750112 / 2-2750171
Email: correo@asociacionparquecordillera.cl

* All visits to Farellones de Santa Elena Natural Park, must be coordinated and previously booked.

Enabled days: Monday to Sunday.
Hours: 8:00 to 19:00 h.

Ticket Value: $2.000 general publicç
$1.000 children up to 12 years old and senior citizens

* For Environmental education visits : edu.ambiental@asociacionparquecordillera.cl

Crossings

Cruises are another option that Parque Cordillera Natural parks network delivers, which invites experienced visitors to make trails of greater extension that begin in a park and end up in another. These routes are ranging from 1-3 days needed to complete the journey through the high peaks of the Andean buttress. This activity must be recorded in the respective administrations.

Crossing in high peaks: Cerro Provincia – Cerro Tambor – Cerro San Ramón.

You can enter by Puente Ñilhue Natural Park and San Carlos de Apoquindo Natural Park.

-Duration: The crossing has 36 km. approx. High intensity. Crossing it takes 2-3 days.

Itinerary:

Day 1: Starting from Puente Ñilhue Natural Park Administration until reaching the summit of Cerro Provincia (2,750 m.a.s.l. ), a place where you can camp in Parque Cordillera Dome , it is recommended to bring a tent in the case of being with full capacity.

Day 2: From the summit of Provincia Hill you continue by the path of high peaks in south direction through Cerro Tambor (2875 m,a,s,l) to finish the day hitting the summit of San Ramon Hill (3250 m,a,s,l) where we camp in a Dome.

Day 3: Starting from the top of San Ramón Hill we begin descending to 3 possible destinations: Cerro La Cruz leaving from Mahuida Park , through the Quebrada Macul Natural Park or through El Manzano in Cajón del Maipo.