Explore Lof Trankura in Chile’s Araucanian region by doing a day trail up to Cerro Penewe (Penewe Hill). Take in a magnificent view of the Trankura Valley.
Have you heard of Cerro Penewe (Penewe Hill) in Chile? This hill, 1477 meters above sea level, is officially known as Cerro Lepe, which means “viewpoint”. Located next to the Pünowemañke and separated by a ravine through which flows the Pichitrankura estuary, this hill also fulfills a ritual function by being connected to the rituals performed in Lof Trankura. Join us on a day trip to Cerro Penewe and be enchanted by the wide variety of flora and fauna available.
This local trail, crossing the 3 ancestral forests of Coigües, Lengas and Araucarias, will allow you to view the magnificent Trankura Valley at 1200 meters above sea level at the end.
Located inside Lof Trankura, Cerro Penewe’s summit is made up of a forest of Araucarian trees, making it characteristic compared to the other hills present in the area. The Trankura community also regulates visits to this area, and manages the care and protection of the rich diversity of the flora and fauna present. On this tour, a guide will also let you understand the local history and geographical context of the territory, as well as introduce you the varieties of flora and fauna present.
Duration: 7 hours
Start/End location: Trancura, Chile
Miscellaneous: The difficulty level of this tour is set at “Medium High”. A minimum of 5 people is required to book transportation for this tour. If your group has less than 5 people and need transportation, please write to us at email@example.com and we will try to find a group for you.
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