This trail runs from the banks of the serene Truful River, whose source is the glacial meltwater at the Mocho-Choshuenco volcano. Due to the large amount of water flowing down the volcano, this specific area of the Valdivian rainforest is especially full and lush, and hosts many species of flora.
Includes: Tour Guide
Stretching along the banks of the Fuy River, this trail traverses an evergreen forest with abundant variety of flora characteristic of this region. Here you can discover and learn about almost a wide variety of species of ferns, mosses and fungi, while simultaneously getting to know the wider ecosystem.
Modality: With Guide | Without Guide
Includes: Tour Guide (Only in the “With Guide” Modality) and Snack
Adjacent to the El Puma Falls shelter begins the path that passes through tunnels of Quila bamboo. The visitor reaches a clearing from which the Puma Waterfall can be seen in close proximity. The waterfall surprises all visitors with its beauty, and the power of the waters of the Fuy River leave a lasting impression.
Located just 15 minutes walking distance from the resort lodge, in front of the cabins in the forest, is La Leona falls. The main attraction of this waterfall is that it spans the width of the Fuy River in this sector. It is a beautiful view where the force of water is the protagonist.
This self-guided tour at the Fuy Reserve (la Reserva del Fuy) allows visitors to see several specimens of the South Andean red deer in an enclosure that is 70 m2. This preserve, consisting of an elevated wooden circuit, allows visitors to cross the large enclosure in just 30 minutes. There is also a small aviary.
Not far from the deer enclosure is another wooded enclosure with a raised walkway, where several families of wild boars native to the region live.