Some of our treks are led at a leisurely pace, while others are more demanding. All allow you to immerse yourself in unspoiled wilderness of our temperate rain forest. The Huilo-Huilo Reserve has multiple trails of varying difficulties, allowing you to discover the Patagonian Forest, crystal rivers and lakes, flora and fauna, and volcanic formations at your own pace.
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: Without Guide
This spectacular adventure will allow you to walk on a millenniums-old glacier, located on the slopes of the Mocho-Choshuenco Volcano. Over time, the wind has formed whimsical figures on the ice, creating an amazing landscape that calls for contemplation. It is, without a doubt, a can’t-miss-it stop while visiting Huilo-Huilo.
Includes: Transfer and Food
At nightfall, you will visit three viewpoints of Salto Huilo-Huilo on a fascinating journey into a mysterious nocturnal world. The falls will appear even more astounding as you arrive after dark at their base, as the life of the forest and its inhabitants change dramatically from day to night.
Includes: Tour Guide
This trail runs along the banks of the serene Truful River, which originates from the melting glacier on the Mocho-Choshuenco volcano. Due to the large amount of water flowing down the volcano, the Valdivian Rainforest is shown in all its fullness and lush beauty, and it is possible to see a variety of species of flora.
Modality: With Guide | Without Guide
Includes: Tour Guide (Only in the “With Guide” Modality)
This trail begins at the sector of Los Planchados, an area that was at the edge of an ancient lake that existed in the Pilmaiquén Pampa. As we climb higher, we can appreciate beautiful views of Lake Pirehueico, the Mocho-Choshuenco Volcano, the Pilmaiquén Pampa and the town of Neltume, before finishing in the area called Laguna de Los Patos (Lagoon of the Ducks), where we can see several species of waterfowl.
Includes: Tour Guide and Guide