This trek invites to know one of the oldest araucarias of this valley, located in the back yard of Valle Corralco Hotel & Spa. This gift will dazzle any visitor with its diameter and height.

Suggestions: Comfortable clothing and footwear for trekking, windbreaker, hat, gloves, sunglasses, sunscreen, lip balm, water bottle and backpack.
Duration: 1 hour
Distance: 750 mts
PlaceHotel yard
Difficulty: Begginer


It is one of the most complete trails for the family. It borders the Colorado estuary, through centennial forests of araucarias, lengas and coihues. Besides, a great diversity of fauna can be observed, such as culpeo foxes and red-headed woodpeckers.

Suggestions: Wear trekking clothes and footwear, ideally half-boot shoes, bring a 30 litre backpack or more.
Duration: 3 hour
Distance: 5,5 kms
Place: La Estrella
Difficulty: Intermediate / 150 mts vertical ascent/descent


Pehuenco Lagoon is another hidden secret of the Malalcahuello National Reserve. Located amidst abundant vegetation, araucarias and reforested areas, this small, but beautiful lagoon unveils the eects of erosion and other underground phenomena typical of this volcanic area.

Suggestions: Wear clothes suitable for the weather conditions.
Includes: Trekking Poles
Duration: 3 hour
Distance: 4,2 kms
Place: Pehuenco Lagoon
Difficulty: Begginer / Slope 90 mts


Ascent to Cerro Colorado, along a path that travels through a forest of lenga, ñirre and araucarias. You can observe diverse birds such as aguiluchos (hawks) and woodpeckers. The trek ends at a viewpoint of basalt rocks produced by the Lonquimay volcano eruptions. 

Suggestions: Wear suitable clothing and footwear for trekking.
Includes: Trekking poles, beverage, trekking snack, and beer at the
Duration: 3,50 hour
Distance: 9 kms
Place: Sierra Colorado
Difficulty: Intermediate/ advanced 400 mts vertical/ ascent-descent


The El Coloradito trail is located within the Malalcahuello National Reserve, which in Mapudungún means “Horse Corral". Its main attraction is that it is a place that has been formed by the dierent tectonic, glacial and volcanic processes, besides having an interesting flora and fauna that stands out for its great diversity. 

Suggestions: Trekking clothes and footwear, ideally half-boot shoes, bring a 30 litre backpack or more. 
Includes: Trekking poles, trekking snack, beverage, sunscreen and beer in the hotel bar on the way back.
Duration: 4 hours
Distance: 10 kms
Place: Coloradito Path
Difficulty: Intermediate/ 600 mts vertical ascent-descent


This excursion is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful in Malalcahuello, as it allows visitors to see all the dierent geography of the area. The tour begins in the Sierra Colorado, and then crosses into the Piedra Santa valley, to finally descend to Malalcahuello through araucaria, coihues and ñirres forests. 

Suggestions: Suitable clothing and footwear for trekking and bring a backpack. 
Includes: Beverages and Lunch Box
Duration: 7 hours
Distance: 18 kms
Place: Piedra Santa Valley
Difficulty: Expert/ 400 mts vertical ascent-descent


This is a route that no one is indierent to, since you can access the interior of a large volcanic crater that had a relatively recent eruption. During the trekking you can see how the volcanic eruptions have been shaping the landscape in this area, forming large slags of black lava that cover more than a thousand hectares, including areas that once were covered by araucaria forests, giving it an appearance of another planet. 

Suggestions: Suitable clothing and footwear appropriate for the activity, ideally a long-sleeved shirt. Wear gloves, sunglasses and sunscreen. 
Includes: Beverages, trekking snack and beer in the hotel bar on the way back.
Duration: 3 hours
Distance: 4 kms
Place: Navidad volcanic crater
Difficulty: Intermediate/ 130 mts vertical ascent-descent


This beautiful excursion to the Coyuco baths will dazzle you from start to finish. You will go through araucaria forests, rivers winding through Pulul valley and waterfalls falling from the mountains, forming a great sample of the impressive geography of the area.

Suggestions: Trekking clothes and footwear, ideally half-boot shoes. Bring a 30 litre backpack or more. 
Includes: Trekking Poles, beverages and Lunch Box.
Duration: 12 hours
Place: Pulul Valley
Difficulty: Expert