4 km from Balmaceda airport in Aysen, Patagonia livestock farm, quiet, traditional Attractions such as camping, trekking, Condors, Cerro Castillo, Lago General Carrera. Road to 50 meters, internet signal wireless modem, signal all phones and 40 km from Coyhaique, I hope!!
The name originates from tehuelche Coyhaique koi "pond" and Aiken "camp". The city is the center selected by the adventure lovers, as nearly unexplored territories there by man. Coyhaique is surrounded by a ring of mountains that remain covered with snow most of the year, often called "city of eternal snow."
From the city, walking just a few blocks down the street Simpson can visit the Piedra del Indio, a rock formation that recalls the figure of an Indian. The best place to watch is on the bridge across the river. Do not forget to visit the craft market where local artists and artisans display their woolen goods, leather, ceramics, stone and wood.
At only 160 miles along the Southern Road to the Baths of Puyuhuapi is Queluat National Park, located north of Lake Risopatrón. This protected area extends along the coast of the Glacier and comprises 154,093 hectares preserving an exuberant flora and fauna as well as glaciers and rivers.
From Coyhaique, you can visit the most important lakes in Chile, some shared with Argentina: Lake San Martin and O'Higgins, General Carrera or Lake Buenos Aires and Lake Cochrane or Pueyrredón. The main rivers (Aisen, Simpson and Baker) are short but plentiful. Among the protected natural areas, the two most interesting are the Laguna San Rafael National Park, which owns the glaciers of San Rafael and San Quentin, and the Simpson River National Reserve.