Cochamó Valley

The Cochamó Valley is in the Lakes Region of Chile. The valley is known as the Yosemite of Chile, a comparison and term first made in 1996, in an article in the Chile News Review, and later amplified by Seattle Times reporter Bill Dietrich, who wrote about his horseback trek and visit in 1997.

Avenida Aerodromo s/n Cochamó, Cochamo
+56 9 9316 5635

Avenida el Bosque s/n - (frente al Aeródromo), Cochamo
+56 9 6135 2163

Valle Concha S/N, Cochamo, Cochamo
+56 9 9289 4318

Also in the Area

Destinations nearby to Cochamó Valley: Valle Concha, Cerro Ballena, Monte Villar and Factoría.
Landmarks in the area: Bahía Cochamó, Cochamó Airport and Puerto el Canutillar.

Southern Chile: Popular Destinations

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