Cerro Castillo dominates the view from the heights; with its glaciers and snowdrifts and 2,675 meters of height, it has become a popular spot for those who love outdoor activities.
The melting of glaciers, which landed on this territory thousands of years ago, gives life to the trails and valleys that today make up this reserve. Its untamed nature reflects the natural, geological and volcanological changes that this region has experienced for centuries.
Year of Establishment: Established on the 19th of June 1970 as a National Reserve and from the 2nd of October 2017 a decree was signed changing its category to a National Park.
Total Area: 138,164 hectares.
Location: It is located to the south of the Aysén region, at 64 kilometres from the city of Coyhaique, Chile.
Nearby Towns: Coyhaique, Puerto Ibáñez, Villa Cerro Castillo
Distance and Estimated Time from Coyhaique: 64 kilometres, 1 hour.