Tuteukalen.Cab cabins 1. X Region.

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  1. 6 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 6 beds
  4. 1 bath
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TUTEUKALEN cabins. Located 4 km from the town of Llanada Grande.
Sites have a Rio shore. 2 Km from Lago Azul and 700 mts from Lake Totoral.
Availability of a cabin for 6 people complete with wings.

The space
Tuteukalen in Mapuche means to be happy.
Tuteukalen is a place that invites us to retreat from the big cities, to enter a simple, natural experience full of the beauty of our origins.
It is a place located in a small town in Chilean Patagonia, called Llanada Grande which is 175 kms from the center of Puerto Varas by route 225 (Ensenada -Llanada Grande). Starting from Puerto Varas the path includes walking through the towns of Ensenada, Ralún, Cochamó, Rio Puelo, and Llanada Grande.
Once in the town of Llanada Grande (where the police station is located) you must advance approximately 3 km to the Mapocho River (there is a bridge with that name), 500 m later you must exit the route to the left and enter by the road to the blue lake. 300 metres away are the TUTEUKALEN cabins behind a run of Alamos.
The road is asphalt up to 10 kms. after the reloncaví estuary (Ralún). The road is suitable for all types of vehicles and you can charge gasoline in Ensenada and Rio Puelo.
It is important to consider that ON LAKE TAGUA TAGUA you must board a Ferry (try to arrive 30 minutes earlier). In the summer season 1 hour before.
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What this place offers

Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
Indoor fireplace
Long term stays allowed
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Where you’ll be

Llanada Grande, X Región, Chile

The Puelo River Valley can be traversed from the Rio Puelo communal capital in the Pacific Ocean (Reloncavi estuary to Argentina (Lago Puelo/Bolsón) or vice versa. It is a valley of glacial origin, marked by the flowing Puelo River, surrounded by mountain ranges and abundant in waterfalls, lake and lagoons.
Llanada Grande is a place that, due to its isolation, has the perfect secrets and characteristics to be a jewel of National Tourism. If you want peace of mind in a powerful nature that combines rivers, lakes, mountains and diverse forests.
Llanada Grande is full of colors and sounds and tastes that allow the visitor to be in heavy rain accompanied by a great fire for sunrises with a bright sun, surrounded by a beauty of trees.
Among the rare native species in the rest of the country, they can be found with larches, huemules, puddings, cougars and condors. It is also possible to find an exotic species from Argentina, these are wild boar, animals in which the area mixes with domestic pigs.
As for the routes to cover the different sectors of the valley, it should be noted that due to the existence of numerous trails it is easy to miss the route, so it is recommended to hire a guide from the area. Settlers who are offered as guides also have horses to rent, either for horseback riding or carrying luggage.

Walk along the valley by the west bank.

Cross Lake Tagua-tagua and climb to the mouth of the Mallín River, there is a path that reaches the Traitor River. You can order the crossing of this river by boat. The same path continues on the west side of the Puelo River to the “Santo Domingo” sector. There you can cross the Puelo by boat of the villagers, to follow a neighboring road on the same side of the river until you reach balseo in the "La Vega” sector.

Lake Tagua-Tagua- Llanada Grande by the main road.

Section that connects Lake Tagua-Tagua with Llanada Grande by a gravel road (approx.32 Km.) to cross the beautiful Lake Tagua Tagua there is a ferry or several small boats owned by private owners. This road crosses the Manso River by a bridge. It will then go up to the “Los Guindos” sector, and then continue to the "Santo Domingo” sector. Shortly afterwards you reach the bridge that crosses the Rio Negro and finally the road enters the valley of Rio Alerce to reach Llanada Grande, the main village of the sector. This new steep road will be suitable for bicycle and horseback

riding Llanada Grande- primer corral

For this section there are different alternatives. They all start with the main road that passes through the totoral lake and crosses approx. 4.5 km its tributary called Rio Mapocho (up to this stretch comes the gravel road). Alternatively, continue along the white lake and the Las Cataratas River (including the Waterfall) until you reach the walkway that crosses the Puelo (Distance Llanada grande-Primer Corral approx. 20 km).

Llanada grande - lake totoral - huemul valley

Precious walk through a depopulated valley, with the presence of an alerzal in its upper part. This hike or horseback ride can reach up to 30 km. It can be done in a single day leaving early, or in two days carrying tent. It is recommended to walk with a guide, so as not to waste much time in the search for the trail. The recommended trajectory is: Llanada Grande- Lago Totoral- Lago Azul - Valle Huemul. At the beginning of the valley there are beautiful views to the Blue Lake and also to the larch valley in the opposite direction. To reach the Alerzal where the Mañíos, Cipres de la Guaitecas and Tepas are also abundant, cross the river. On the way there are several abandoned camps where you can camp. The return journey follows the same path, with the possibility of returning to Llanada Grande through the middle of the Alerce Valley. It is preferable to walk the road without a horse.

From Lake Verde to Lake Azul

Trail of approx. 12 km. Start at Lake Verde with several beautiful views and numerous climbs and descents. Permission must be sought because it is initially a neighbourhood road. The road passes by the small "Emerald Lake". After entering the public road towards Llanada Grande, another path is heading east towards Lake Azul where you can see a peninsula and Nautilus Island.

Lago Azul-Lago Las rocas - Lago Inferior- segundo corral

This stretch passes through the three largest lakes in the area. Begin on the southern outskirts of Lake Blue and pass through the area's oldest forests with immense lichen covered logs. The vegetation is very rich in moss, ferns, lianas and chilcos. Due to the forests Lake Las Rocas is only seen in lagoons parts. Approx. At km 11 begins a descent towards the retainer from where you can see the Lower Lake that is very close to Lake Las Rocas but still level 100 meters below east.The road continues to this bank of the river. and arrives approx. At km 18 to Segundo Corral, a village with basic infrastructure and a landing field.

First Corral – Second Corral

Nice stretch on the west side of the Puelo River that goes quite high over the Puelo River, the river is seen on some occasions, nestled between the granite mountain ranges. For mainly forests, interrupted by few clearings and houses. Its path is quite clear, and there is no greater danger of getting lost. In the vicinity of Segundo Corral you must cross the Arroyo Barrancas, but it is always equipped with some logs to cross them without getting wet. The distance between the walkway in Primero Corral and Segundo Corral is approx. 12km.

Valle ventisquero

Beautiful valley, sparsely populated, stretching more than 30 km west to the east. The valley is accessible from both sides of the Rio Ventisquero. The road next to the first pen has a walkway to cross the Estero Correntoso. To penetrate the Ventisquero valley it is highly recommended to have a guide to the area, since, depending on the state of the trails, in several parts it may be necessary to cross its ford cause.
The trail on the south bank of the blizzard stream stretches for more than 25 km. From the first corral walkway to the Universe River. The top of the blizzard valley is of extraordinary beauty, you can climb even further, by small trail and guided by locals. It is an extraordinarily recommended place for multi-day horseback riding.

Second corral - Valle Barrancas – Valle Horqueta

A path without difficulty that allows you to visit for a day or longer, taking advantage of the possibility of staying in one of the typical fields of the Horquetas Valley, where hospital residents offer camping, accommodation and walks to some summits with beautiful views. It is possible to observe mixing of wild boar with local pigs. The valley forest is quite degraded due to large fires from the past. Passing through a lagoon it is possible to reach the Esperanto border crossing, which is at a height of only 684 meters above sea level (Pass not yet enabled)

Second Corral - Reten –Los Milestones –Gendarmería

Exit section from Chile through the Los Milestones Pass. It starts at the Second Corral on the south bank of the Puelo and after crossing it with a raft you follow the north side of Lake Inferior. At the checkpoint, the necessary stamps must be obtained in order to leave the country. Rocky path with numerous climbs and downs and also you must cross several estuaries. In the rocks you can see scratches that left the glacial age. Near an abandoned field (km. 13), there is the international limit and it is possible to descend towards the milestones that are on the banks of the river that connects the Puelo lakes with the Bottom. From the milestones the road, now inside the Argentine National Park “Lago Puelo” is very signposted.
From the road opens a very nice view of Lake Puelo and approx. At Km. 19 you reach the Argentine Gendarmerie. It is possible to camp and continue on a land road or cross Lake Puelo by boat. Section not recommended with horse for beginners on horseback riding.

Sailing in the village valley

Given the presence of several rapids, the complete navigation of Rió Puelo is not feasible. The sections enabled for navigation are: Lake Tagua-Tagua – Santo Domingo, between the narrow area called “El Portón” and the first corral walkway, second corral to lake puelo in Argentina, although between Lake Inferior and Lake Puelo there are rapids that can only be crossed with specialized boats. Navigation services can be found in the Blue Lakes and Las Rocas. For visitors who need to hire any of these services, it is recommended to find out in the field the different options. In many parts there is the possibility of rowing across the river with a local boat.

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During your stay

We have a trusted person, Don Sergio Díaz Pentz, who is also a well-known and respected inhabitant of the Village, who will welcome you in the town of LLanada Grande to go and drop you off at the cabins and who will give you the keys, directions, and a Radio. The mode of communication in the Area is through VHF Radio. In case you want to go fishing with a boat to Rio Puelo, rent horses, schedule walks, etc. You can contact the person beforehand to schedule an activity. It is also highly valued, as it is also used for safety. Almost all the villagers have Radio and a Name that identifies them. Don Sergio is "Movil El Salto".
We have a trusted person, Don Sergio Díaz Pentz, who is also a well-known and respected inhabitant of the Village, who will welcome you in the town of LLanada Grande to go and drop…
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