Treat yourself to a spectacular overview by taking a short 40-minute walk to the top of San Cristóbal hill.
The spectacular scenery of Todos Los Santos Lake is a major draw, with the active volcanic peak of Volcan Osorno amid.
The climb to the top of 6,000-foot Cerro La Campana is really an all-day affair.
The Petrohué River rises in Todos Los Santos Lake and soon creates the spectacular Saltos de Petrohué, or Petrohué Falls.
Only 15 minutes from Punta Arenas, this large reserve has some 35 miles of trails among its unusual rocks, and moss-covered native trees.
Just 45 minutes from Puerto Montt, Lanquihue National Reserve takes you straight into the hiking trails of Patagonia.
This vast park of forest and lakes is home to some of the oldest tree species on earth.
For many serious hikers, Punta Arenas is the start of the famous W hike around Torres Del Paine.
Valparaiso’s Pacific coast is lined with beach resorts, particularly to the north with the popular suburb of Viña del Mar.