With a surface area of 36,882 hectares (81,140 acres), this reserve is the result of a combination of volcanic, glacial and fluvial phenomena. Its main riverbed is the ‘Los Cipreses’ river, which is an affluent of the Cachapoal river, but there are also small lagoons in the highest zones of the park, such as the ‘Agua de la Vida’ lagoon.

With a surface area of 36,882 hectares (81,140 acres), this reserve is the result of a combination of volcanic, glacial and fluvial phenomena. Its main riverbed is the ‘Los Cipreses’ river, which is an affluent of the Cachapoal river, but  there are also small lagoons in the highest zones of the park, such as the ‘Agua de la Vida’ lagoon.

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  • Noi Puma Lodge 

    Fundo Sierra Nevada Km 22, Rancagua, Rancagua

    Noi Puma Lodge

    Puma lodge is the first hotel dedicated to heliski in the southern cone, 1325 meters above sea level, in the Andes mountain range.…

    FromCLP $148.007

    FromUS$195

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