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Points of interest include a viewpoint overlooking the Clarillo valley and stands of native cacti, soap bark trees, peumo trees and Lithraea caustica trees.It is also possible to view culpeos and South American gray foxes.
Points of interest include native peumo tree forests, views of the waterfall and the 3,253 meter Cerro de Ramón mountain, and the opportunity to view condors, eagles, chimango caracaras and occasionally foxes and viscachas.The Sendero de Chile currently has one trail in this zone, the Morro de Bahía Inglesa.This trail, which translates as Bahía Inglesa Headland, is a collection of one long 20 km walk and three shorter walks on various parts of the headland.Thisis calls the area a “typical rural ‘’huaso’’ zone.” The Rio Olivares (Olivares River) trail runs through the Parque Río Olivares, located in the Andes due east of Santiago, and extends 27 km from the Bocatoma Río Olivares to the 200 m high Salto Grande waterfall and back again.Mahuida municipal park is located on the southeastern edge of Santiago, where the commune of La Reina meets the foothills of the Andes.The second part runs south east and takes in the Las Tinajas pre-Columbian archeological site.
The Orolonco trail is found near the towns of San Felipe, Chile and Los Andes and close to Chile Route 60, which leads to the Paso Internacional Los Libertadores border crossing between Chile and Argentina.
The foundation "Sendero de Chile" focuses now on environmental education.
Iquique is an important port city in the far north of Chile and is the capital of the country’s Tarapacá Region.
There are two main hikes in the Parque Aguas de Ramón: the 6.2 km circuitous Los Peumos hike and the 17.2 km circuitous Salto de Apoquindo hike.
The Los Peumos trail runs from the park entrance around the edge of the Quebrada de Ramón (Ramoón Canyon) and back to the park entrance.
The entrance to the park is marked by a Sendero de Chile sign and the trail runs in a 5 km circuitous track.