Cinco Rios Lodge

Address: Km 5 Camino a Balmaceda, Coyhaique, Chile | Inn
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This inn is located on Km 5 Camino a Balmaceda, Coyhaique.
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    Travel Blogs from Coyhaique

    Another thumb bites the dust

    A travel blog entry by steveandange on Mar 05, 2015

    19 photos

    ... planned to ride this stretch. The downhill switch backs were superb and the views of Cerro Castillo and the other surrounding mountains were breathtaking. Our only shred of comfort was that it was very windy, so the cycling would not have been easy. Two hours after leaving Coyhaique we were off the bus and knocking on the door of our rundown shack of a hostal in Villa Cerro Castillo. The lock on the front door was held on with a shoe lace, so we didn't have high ...

    Blog 7 - Chiloe – Argentina, Perito Moreno

    A travel blog entry by jayalanawilson on Feb 23, 2015

    54 photos

    ... who have been overlanding for just under year around South America, Amy and John, we talked to them for a while and picked up some useful tips about some areas further south. We then went out to explore and hike in Parque Nacional Hornopiren. It is a rather obscure park as you have to hike 7km to the entrance. The hike was very different to any we had done before in Chile, as it was necessary to tramps through lots of mud and undergrowth just to get to the park ...

    Cycling the Carretera Austral: Part 1

    A travel blog entry by vickiponce on Feb 14, 2015

    25 photos

    ... erupted a few years ago, killing and petrifying all the vegetation, including huge oak trees. The almost bare, empty and grey setting was weird, nothing like I've ever seen before and the total silence was almost eery. We tried to follow a path up to the top of the volcano but it led to nowhere and we got lost for a scary hour, clambering over ashy tree trunks while horseflies buzzed persistently in our ears. (I haven't mentioned the horseflies yet - they are the absolute ...

    Cochrane to Coyhaique

    A travel blog entry by zal1981 on Feb 03, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... though, so it ended up being 140k and over 12 hours on a very hot day. I was shattered. For the last 35k, I was joined by a little dog. I do not know why it wanted to travel with me, but it did. At first I thought it was chasing me, but then noticed it keeping a distance. It stopped when I did. It waited for me at the top of the hills I had to push. It sprinted to catch me after downhills. It asked for nothing but stuck with me. I called it Vicki, as ...

    Trekking deeper into Patagonia...

    A travel blog entry by hannahandtim on Jan 26, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... was short at just a few hours but the border crossing typically irritating- going into Chile they really make a fuss about not taking in any flora or fauna and do sometimes search all your stuff- If only they actually had the staff and resources to make this process effective...

    The town of Futaleufu is pretty and nicely set in a gently hilly valley with the famous river set to one side. People only come here for one reason- the reason we were there- so we stayed ...