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What should you do first? Steps to visiting Cochamó Valley

  1. Cochamó Valley may NOT be for you. Read the details about this area, its logistics, descriptions, climate, norms, the trail difficulty and the dangers of getting to and being in this isolated place. There are no medical nor first-aid facilities once you leave the trailhead. You are responsible for your safety.
  2. Make a reservation in the camping or lodging. It’s highly recommended to first make a reservation in the Cochamó Valley with plenty of anticipation. It’s necessary to have a confirmed reservation to visit the valley. During the high season, the camping reaches its max capacity. 
  3. Reserve your horse and guide (optional). If you wish to reserve a horse for riding or packing in your supplies, it’s also necessary to confirm your horses with plenty of anticipation. Please, have your camping reserved before reserving a horse. If you need a guide for trekking or climbing, you will need to do this also with anticipation. 

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