The Valley of Cochamó is considered by experts as one of the best new destinations for rock climbing on the planet.
Features like “The Arch”, a rock formation that complements the thousand year old larch tree forest and the unending granite walls of “La Junta” continue to amaze outdoor lovers that come here to enjoy an environment practically unaltered by humans.
This adventure destination is found 92 kilometers east of Puerto Montt and boasts a broad range of activities that can connect you with the essence of the most authentic part of nature in the Chilean Patagonia. Cochamó not only has an infinite amount of climbing routes of all levels of difficulty, but also crystal clear rivers like Puelo and Lake Tagua Tagua, both of which are great places for catching Chinook salmon and rainbow trout.
The Cochamó Foundation has taken an active role in the preservation of the natural assets of the valley and also operates an institute that unites the forces of local communities in favor of sustainable development. The idea is to have the area maintain all of the characteristics that make it such a natural treasure.