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

      1st hike in Patagonia Reserva nacional Coyhaique

      A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Nov 07, 2014

      20 photos

      ... Her house is just like a Grandma house with a comfy double bed covered in big thick blankets, a really old gas heater in the corner and imitation porcelain figurines around the bed. I tiptoe around the room so carefully for fear of breaking one of them as they are everywhere even on the head board and bed side tables. I almost knocked one off this morning learning over for my watch in the dark.

      We had a little break from the ...

      Change in caramels

      A travel blog entry by travelingtiara on Feb 06, 2014

      4 photos

      ... a mess and covered in mud, I was content in my adventure.

      The last organized activity was a visit to naturally hot springs. Here, the water bubbles out of the earth at a remarkable 84°C and is mixed with cool river water, resulting in a wonderfully steaming natural hot tub in the woods. In pleasant contrast to other hot springs I've visited in the past, this one did not smell of sulfur.

      Though I did get along ok with most of the kids on the trip, ...

      The power of water

      A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily on Jan 01, 2014

      ... operations in the north that consume one half (!) of Chile's energy.  The towers require a clear-cut through the lush Patagonian forests equivalent to the distance from Vancouver to Los Angeles. Behind these Chilean projects are large foreign consortiums eager to cash in on the export of natural resources.  The parallels with western Canada's own struggles with tar sands, oil pipelines, LNG plants and power lines, are striking.  Here in Patagonia, the fierce opposition of the ...

      The road after the end of the road

      A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily on Dec 30, 2013

      ... called Cerro Castilo, the paved highway ends abruptly and becomes a gravel road.  Our average speed drops off dramatically.   Most of the road, about 12 feet wide, is loose gravel, with a single vehicle track formed down the middle.  But the track is all washboard.  Still, it's better than loose gravel. This will be one long bumpy ride.  The car shakes and rattles, the noise so dominant, we have to raise our voices to hear each other. The car doors shake violently, we fear ...

      Coyhaique - Stranded (almost)

      A travel blog entry by florby on May 16, 2013

      7 photos

      ... with autumn trees and ranches littered on both sides of the road. A splatter of sunset brought all seven colours to the skies. It's the type of beauty which photos do little justice to. Took us little less than an hour to reach the town (6.10pm). By then, the sun has set and the skies turned dark. We alighted at the Patagonia Hostel, which I planned to stay for the night (mailed them in March but they replied saying reservations are not necessary in May as its the low ...