3 Nights

Road transfer to and from Puerto Montt or Puerto Varas

Helicopter flight over Hornopirén Park: we take off from the Lodge heliport and fly up the Gualas Mountains to the Poicas River, continuing the ascent to Pinto Concha Lake on the slopes of Yates Volcano, then crossing to Hornopirén. We return across Cabrera Lake on the slopes of Apagado Volcano and over the west side of Yates Volcano toward Reloncavi Estuary, then finally along Puelo River back up to Barraco Lodge.

Flight to the granite walls at Cochamó: We leave from the Lodge and fly over Victoria Lake, above beautiful Barrancas Valley, and then to the Gorge of Cochamó – the massive vertical granite wall known by technical climbers as “The Monster”. Back down the Cochamó Valley, Trinity Rock is on our right, an impressive vertical granite wall 1000 meter (3000 feet) high with world class climbers holding on to their ropes. From the valley we can visit the rapids “slide” at La Junta River, hike to the base of Trinity Rock, Ampitheater Rock or Rainbow Rock. On the return flight we can spy the climbers at this mountaineering paradise, then head back to the Lodge.

Flight to Yates Volcano: We helicopter above lower Puelo River and Poicas River toward the east side of Yates Volcano, to see the immense ice crevasses and Sulphur plumes issued by the Volcano. We then fly over the Yates Glacier with a view of Hornopirén Volcano, Pinto Concha Lake and the Pacific Ocean. We land on the western side of the glacier for a short walk. We fly back over the western side of Yates and see the magnificent 45 degree slopes, ideal for heli skiing. Then we fly deeper up the Reloncavi Estuary, with a majestic view of the southern sides of Tronador, Puntiagudo, active Calbuco, and Osorno volcanos, before heading back to Barraco Lodge along the Puelo River.

Prices per person, based on one standard double room

Prices include activities mentioned above, as well as all meals and drinks (wine, beer, Barraco sours, and soft drinks)

For rates see the Barraco Lodge Welcome Kit

4 Nights

Road transfer to and from Puerto Montt or Puerto Varas

Helicopter flight over Hornopirén Park: we take off from the Lodge heliport and fly up the Gualas Mountains to the Poicas River, continuing the ascent to Pinto Concha Lake on the slopes of Yates Volcano, then crossing to Hornopirén. We return across Cabrera Lake on the slopes of Apagado Volcano and over the west side of Yates Volcano toward Reloncavi Estuary, then finally along Puelo River back up to Barraco Lodge.

Flight to the granite walls at Cochamó: We leave from the Lodge and fly over Victoria Lake, above beautiful Barrancas Valley, and then to the Gorge of Cochamó – the massive vertical granite wall known by technical climbers as “The Monster”. Back down the Cochamó Valley, Trinity Rock is on our right, an impressive vertical granite wall 1000 meter (3000 feet) high with world class climbers holding on to their ropes. From the valley we can visit the rapids “slide” at La Junta River, hike to the base of Trinity Rock, Ampitheater Rock or Rainbow Rock. On the return flight we can spy the climbers at this mountaineering paradise, then head back to the Lodge.

Flight to Yates Volcano: We helicopter above lower Puelo River and Poicas River toward the east side of Yates Volcano, to see the immense ice crevasses and Sulphur plumes issued by the Volcano. We then fly over the Yates Glacier with a view of Hornopirén Volcano, Pinto Concha Lake and the Pacific Ocean. We land on the western side of the glacier for a short walk. We fly back over the western side of Yates and see the magnificent 45 degree slopes, ideal for heli skiing. Then we fly deeper up the Reloncavi Estuary, with a majestic view of the southern sides of Tronador, Puntiagudo, active Calbuco, and Osorno volcanos, before heading back to Barraco Lodge along the Puelo River.

Flight to Vuriloche hot springs: We take off from the Lodge and fly over the Puelo River rapids toward the sea, continuing north over the Reloncavi Estuary, with Cochamó on our right, toward Calletue Lake in order to cross along the same path used by Jesuits to reach Argentina. We continue over the southern foothills of Tronador Volcano to reach Vuriloche Hot Springs and relax in the warm waters.

Prices per person, based on one standard double room

Prices include activities mentioned above, as well as all meals and drinks (wine, beer, Barraco sours, and soft drinks)

For rates see the Barraco Lodge Welcome Kit

5 Nights

Road transfer to and from Puerto Montt or Puerto Varas

Helicopter flight over Hornopirén Park: we take off from the Lodge heliport and fly up the Gualas Mountains to the Poicas River, continuing the ascent to Pinto Concha Lake on the slopes of Yates Volcano, then crossing to Hornopirén. We return across Cabrera Lake on the slopes of Apagado Volcano and over the west side of Yates Volcano toward Reloncavi Estuary, then finally along Puelo River back up to Barraco Lodge.

Flight to the granite walls at Cochamó: We leave from the Lodge and fly over Victoria Lake, above beautiful Barrancas Valley, and then to the Gorge of Cochamó – the massive vertical granite wall known by technical climbers as “The Monster”. Back down the Cochamó Valley, Trinity Rock is on our right, an impressive vertical granite wall 1000 meter (3000 feet) high with world class climbers holding on to their ropes. From the valley we can visit the rapids “slide” at La Junta River, hike to the base of Trinity Rock, Ampitheater Rock or Rainbow Rock. On the return flight we can spy the climbers at this mountaineering paradise, then head back to the Lodge.

Flight to Yates Volcano: We helicopter above lower Puelo River and Poicas River toward the east side of Yates Volcano, to see the immense ice crevasses and Sulphur plumes issued by the Volcano. We then fly over the Yates Glacier with a view of Hornopirén Volcano, Pinto Concha Lake and the Pacific Ocean. We land on the western side of the glacier for a short walk. We fly back over the western side of Yates and see the magnificent 45 degree slopes, ideal for heli skiing. Then we fly deeper up the Reloncavi Estuary, with a majestic view of the southern sides of Tronador, Puntiagudo, active Calbuco, and Osorno volcanos, before heading back to Barraco Lodge along the Puelo River.

Flight to Vuriloche hot springs: We take off from the Lodge and fly over the Puelo River rapids toward the sea, continuing north over the Reloncavi Estuary, with Cochamó on our right, toward Calletue Lake in order to cross along the same path used by Jesuits to reach Argentina. We continue over the southern foothills of Tronador Volcano to reach Vuriloche Hot Springs and relax in the warm waters.

Flight to Lake Inferior and the Argentinian border: Leaving from Barraco Lodge, we fly south along Lake Tagua Tagua with Manso River on our left, and over Llanada Grande, where we see a beautiful waterfall on the left, and Lake Totoral on the right. We continue over mysterious Lake Azul, with its one of a kind pristine deep blue waters. Then onward southeast we find Lake Las Rocas and Lake Inferior, flying over the Chilean border station to land on the easternmost beach of Lake Inferior right on the border between Chile and Argentina. Beginning the return flight we see Lake Puelo, the spring of the Puelo River.

Prices per person, based on one standard double room

Prices include activities mentioned above, as well as all meals and drinks (wine, beer, Barraco sours, and soft drinks)

For rates see the Barraco Lodge Welcome Kit