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When Ellie and Fabrizio got to know this land they fell in love with it so much that they decided to leave Switzerland to start a project here that would unite the best of Chile with their experience in Europe.

A path through the forest invites you to walk to three waterfalls, among native trees and copihues, listening to the gentle murmur of the Quinchol River, among sounds of nature and scents of ancestral lands.  


The Park, which is located in Huapil, in Pucón, offers visitors of all ages an experience to renew their energies and inner peace.

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  • Native forest

  • Trail network

  • Navigable lagoon

  • 3 medium / easy jumps

  • Easy flat hike

  • Cafeteria and Restaurant

  • Children's play area

  • Rest area with hammocks

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High season: November to March

Monday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Low season: April to October

Wednesday to Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.



$ 3,000 per adult.

Children up to 3 years old do not pay

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How to get?

Route s-911, Pucón Chile (see map)

Külatrayken means  "three waterfalls" in Mapudungún

Get carried away by the sounds of the forest

Click on the audio and close your eyes

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