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Restoran
“Yummy pizza, tartares, artisanal beer and 1.000$CLP pisco sours before 11pm. Cozy ambiance. You have to try the Catedral desert (a brownie, topped with peanut paste, vanilla ice cream and caramel) ”
  • Yerel halktan 15 kişi öneriyor
Museum
“Gracias a nuestro Guía Certificado por el Museo, conocerás dos áreas de exposiciones abiertas a los visitantes: En la zona sur; La Pulpería, donde se expone el proceso de soberanía nacional en la Región, a través de un sistema de concesiones de empresas ovinas, según un modelo anglosajón de “Estancias”. Además se encuentra La Bodega, que cuenta con tres salas, donde se exhiben exposiciones temporales.”
  • Yerel halktan 3 kişi öneriyor
Park
“Ventisquero Colgante Queulat... es un hermoso macizo de hielo en medio del parque Nacional del mismo nombre, a solo unas 3,5 horas desde nuestra cabaña contamos con convenios de traslados y en la laguna témpanos puedes tomar el tour en lancha hasta los pies del Ventisquero Colgante”
  • Yerel halktan 4 kişi öneriyor
Restoran
“Uno de los restaurantes que imprime todo el sabor patagónico a sus platos. La merluza con pastelera o el risotto de lengua de cordero con virutas de queso de oveja son los recomendados por la Posada”
  • Yerel halktan 5 kişi öneriyor
Restoran
“ricasy buenas hamburguesas caseras, amplia variedad de cervezas regionales, grato ambiente”
  • Yerel halktan 6 kişi öneriyor
Gözlem Yeri
“Se puede llegar caminando desde nuestra casa, lindo lugar para fotografías. ”
  • Yerel halktan 4 kişi öneriyor
Park
  • Yerel halktan 3 kişi öneriyor
Point of Interest
“desde una exposición de esculturas en la entrada, a cine, teatro, muestras de música, depende de la programación y los meses del año.”
  • Yerel halktan 2 kişi öneriyor
Point of Interest
  • Yerel halktan 2 kişi öneriyor
Natural Feature
“*Short Trekking starts 20 Minutes driving from Palo Lodge // *Long Trekking starts 45 Minutes driving from Palo Lodge // The Cerro Castillo crossing, without fear of being wrong, is one of the most spectacular routes in Chilean Patagonia, and Chile in general. Although still relatively little known, it presents scenarios and features that without shame can be compared in beauty and spectacularity to the most popular circuits and crossings of Torres del Paine. The route owes its prodigiousness to the park that cradles it in general and to the magnificent Cordillera del Castillo in particular, whose maximum king is the lavish and dramatic tower of its greater summit, Cerro Castillo, which fertilely gives its name to everything surrounds, including this tour. In its most extended version, over more than 50km, this excursion goes through three Patagonian valleys through pampas, rivers, forests, rock and snow. Watching and contemplating, throughout this excursion, a myriad of diverse landscapes and colors, which enhance the wild scenes of Patagonia that are so embedded in the popular imagination. Blue and white snowdrifts, emerald lagoons, pristine rivers, coigues forests and dark green tongues, the grayish washed rock of the high moraines, the blackish and purple edges, and the stormy and fleshy skies that gird the high ridges, all smear a very rich palette of colors and contrasts. Tracing what from above or on a Cartesian plane evokes an anchor, the crossing is crossing "along" the valleys of the Turbio river, the El Bosque estuary and the Parada estuary, in that order. In each valley you reach almost the birth places of each of these water courses. This is done, in its conventional and logical mode, starting from the North, going southwest in about two thirds of the path, and then from North to South in its final part. Naturally, to pass from one valley to the other, the route has two high mountain passes, the Peñón or La Lima pass and the Castle pass, key and characteristic points that cover it with some physical difficulty and requirement absent in others. Similar crossings. As a consequence also of this morphology of the route, the crossing exhibits numerous ascents and descents. Crucially, the location of the route is such that it gradually surrounds the Castle mountain range, until it passes right at its most difficult and demanding point, under the most spectacular face of Cerro Castillo, contemplating the fabulous glacier of its east face, and its fiercest towers. In its most extended version, over more than 50km, this excursion goes through three Patagonian valleys through pampas, rivers, forests, rock and snow. Watching and contemplating, throughout this excursion, a myriad of diverse landscapes and colors, which enhance the wild scenes of Patagonia that are so embedded in the popular imagination. Blue and white snowdrifts, emerald lagoons, pristine rivers, coigues forests and dark green tongues, the grayish washed rock of the high moraines, the blackish and purple edges, and the stormy and fleshy skies that gird the high ridges, all smear a very rich palette of colors and contrasts. The sense in which this crossing is carried out has numerous variants, but the most logical and conventional is that which starts from the North in Las Horquetas and ends in the basin of the Ibáñez River through the South. This for three fundamental reasons. First, because both to the extent of its physical requirement and orientation, and its intensity and spectacular landscape, this more conventional version is increasing, going from less to more, until reaching a climax (the "crux" of the crossing) in the highest and widest point to contemplate the landscape, right on the stretch that closely surrounds the "castle" of the Castle. After this “summit”, the path returns to a lower intensity channel, descends, gently, towards the culminating plane of exit (exit) of the park, ending at the wide and flat valley of the Ibáñez river by the south. Life, development, climax, descent, death. The circle of life. In terms of net drop, this version is also softer since the start is at a higher point than the end. Doing it the other way around, in addition to “eating dessert before lunch,” implies ascending further. In its most extended version, over more than 50km, this excursion goes through three Patagonian valleys through pampas, rivers, forests, rock and snow. Watching and contemplating, throughout this excursion, a myriad of diverse landscapes and colors, which enhance the wild scenes of Patagonia that are so embedded in the popular imagination. Blue and white snowdrifts, emerald lagoons, pristine rivers, coigues forests and dark green tongues, the grayish washed rock of the high moraines, the blackish and purple edges, and the stormy and fleshy skies that gird the high ridges, all smear a very rich palette of colors and contrasts. Second, this crossing alternative conforms better with the administrative scope of the park. It is in this way that the two access controls are necessary, at the beginning, fundamental for the correct registration and monitoring of the activity in this protected area, and by extension, of the preservation of its ecosystems. The amount that the visit to this place requires is a modest base but in any case relevant for the financing of the entities in charge of taking care of this treasure. The reverse route presents, precisely because of the lack of resources, less vigilance and supervision, unfortunately opening a gap for evasion (which is the practice of many visitors, mostly foreigners). Third, and leaving aside the physical difficulty and intensity, from the boreal perspective, that is to say biased, of those who with high probability visit the place coming from the North, the variant described here is presented as the one with a better narrative and transition from what could be called the “bucolic central valley of Coyhaique” and its soft and steep hills (which evoke those of the Argentine Patagonia) towards the wild Patagonia, whose portal or bedside landmark is undoubtedly, from the North, the Castle hill. So much so, that the Carretera Austral itself reproduces, although with a lower degree of spectacle, a similar route, constituting today this section in one of the most emblematic and iconic points of this road. El Castillo is the perfect transit portal between these two areas of Chilean Patagonia. The recorded history of this tour as such is recent. Like most of the crossings in the Andes, its existence and history are due to the incursion and exploration of mountaineers, which in turn are due to the previous activities of muleteers (or cattle breeders in this case), whose history is sometimes lost in the memory. One of the best known sections of the crossing described here, this is between Villa Cerro Castillo and the New Zealander Camp, whose main antecedent is the visit of illustrious Chilean mountaineers motivated by the first ascent of the Castle. This is the expedition of Gastón Oyarzún, Osvaldo Latorre, Antonio Marcel and Raúl Aguilera, during the summer of 1966. From Villa Cerro Castillo and provided with porters (from there derives the name of one of the camps of the route), they were interned to Valle del Parada, getting the first ascent of the Castle for what is now known as its normal route, along its western slope. Ten years later, in February 1976, a British and New Zealand expedition would enter the same valley, taking advantage of baptizing some well-known points today (New Zealand camp and Duff lagoon) with Anglo-Saxon toponymy. As an anecdote, the New Zealander Duff, who did not crown the summit of the Castle as his other colleagues did, left his name inscribed in posterity in the form of the lagoon located at the end of the Parada Valley. This is due to an act of companionship or irony of his companions or due to the excessive egolatry or mordacity of Duff himself (we do not know). To the worse of the Chileans, the Oyarzún and team excursion apparently did not have the curiosity of the English and New Zealanders to venture further up the Stop, or to baptize places with their names. The long version of the route takes shape and substrate only in the mid-2000s, when various agencies of the State of Chile (Conaf, Corfo, the then National Environment Corporation, Conama, among others) devoted efforts to provide the route ( that already existed) of a minimum infrastructure and signage, much of which is still in the park. Information from ANDESHANDBOOK ”
  • Yerel halktan 2 kişi öneriyor
Museum
“Puedes conocer acerca de nuestra cultura patagonica, y disfrutar de manos pintadas en piedra que datan de hace mas de 5.000 años, fueron realizadas por tehuelches que habitaban estas zonas. ”
  • Yerel halktan 2 kişi öneriyor
Kafe
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“A bakery that offers breakfast, pizzas, sourdough bread, coffee, juices and delicious pastries all at a really good price. The establishment is run by the Anabaptist church community.”
  • Yerel halktan 4 kişi öneriyor
Bar
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Kafe
“Venden mate, cafe y chocolate caliente y pastelería de muy buena calidad. El chocolate con churros es un MUST de este lugar. Cuentan con mesitas para niños, es un lugar pequeño pero con un entorno muy familiar. ”
  • Yerel halktan 4 kişi öneriyor
İçki Dükkanı
  • Yerel halktan 3 kişi öneriyor
Restoran
“Laid back cafe with a tranquil environment and sunny terrace in the afternoon. Good coffee, pastries and wifi!”
  • Yerel halktan 4 kişi öneriyor

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Restoran
“Yummy pizza, tartares, artisanal beer and 1.000$CLP pisco sours before 11pm. Cozy ambiance. You have to try the Catedral desert (a brownie, topped with peanut paste, vanilla ice cream and caramel) ”
  • Yerel halktan 15 kişi öneriyor
Restoran
“Uno de los restaurantes que imprime todo el sabor patagónico a sus platos. La merluza con pastelera o el risotto de lengua de cordero con virutas de queso de oveja son los recomendados por la Posada”
  • Yerel halktan 5 kişi öneriyor
Restoran
“ricasy buenas hamburguesas caseras, amplia variedad de cervezas regionales, grato ambiente”
  • Yerel halktan 6 kişi öneriyor
Restoran
“Laid back cafe with a tranquil environment and sunny terrace in the afternoon. Good coffee, pastries and wifi!”
  • Yerel halktan 4 kişi öneriyor
Fast Food Restoranı
“muy bueno.... además tienen reparto a domicilio. En el refrigerador esta la carta, puedes pagar con tarjeta cuando te entregan el pedido...”
  • Yerel halktan 3 kişi öneriyor
Restoran
“Comida casera y contundente... buen pescado y las mejores empanadas de Coyhaique ! ... y barato ! ”
  • Yerel halktan 2 kişi öneriyor
Kafe
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İçki Dükkanı
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