On this tour, we will explore La Campana National Park, founded in 1967 and located just 100km northwest of Santiago in the Valparaíso region of Chile. Along with the Lago Peñuelas National Reserve, it was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1984 for its importance to the environment, science, education, culture and leisure activities. The park´s name – meaning “the bell” – derives from La Campana mountain, scaled by Charles Darwin in 1834, so-called because of the shape of its peak.


La Cascada Trail

We will take the opportunity to warm up before the hike, while our tour guide relays information about the terrain of the 80km² park. Of the many paths there, we will take La Cascada (11 km approx.), where we will be able to see wildflowers and butterflies. We will stop at an awe-inspiring viewpoint to gaze out over the Chilean palmas; a tree native to Chile that can grow up to forty meters. In prehistoric times, they covered the entire length of the country, but today, are only found in a few places, such as this park. We’ll eat our box lunch with a view of the 30-meter high waterfall, surrounded by rocks, cacti, and quartz. When we get down, we’ll be able to view animals such as degus, foxes, pumas, chingues (a type of skunk), many different species of birds, and even reptiles.

















La Campana hill

An unmissable hike to the summit of this hill of the mountain range of the insert Coast National Park that bears his name, walk linked to attractive high of flora and fauna where we visit the old quartz mine present in our path reaching the esplanade, privileged place of rest and gazebo, once recovered our continue energies journey through an oak forest which we always deliver different colors depending on the time of year, we reach the foot of the granite summit, where the scientist Charles Darwin conducted research and biological sampling, here there is a plaque commemorating the visit of the scientist with one of his writings. On the route we will observe a high probability of hummingbirds, condors and native foxes,
Reaching the top, and if the weather gives us the opportunity, we will see a complete view of the Andes and the Pacific Ocean at the same time privilege that only this place gives us.













TRANSFER TIME: 120 minutes


  • Pick up and drop at your hotel

  • Bilingual guide

  • Box lunch

  • Hiking poles

  • Access to the park

  • Accident insurance





1 person:  US $ 286

2 person:  US $ 165 each

3 person:  US $ 145 each

4 person:  US $ 135 each

5 or more persons: US $ 120 each

eñadores. Es una excelente fuente para títulos, párrafos y más.

  • Facebook
  • Instagram

© The HIKE CHILE Ltd. all rights reserved.

Padre Hurtado Sur 1321, Las Condes, Santiago.

(+56) 9 9136 2679

(+56) 9 8492 4803