Hiking in Cochamó and La Junta

Hiking around the Cochamó and La Junta Valley is the best way to explore the “Yosemite of South America.” You don’t need to be a superhero to manage most of the hikes and be rewarded by beautiful views.

A gentle river-bank walk or an energetic hike up to a neighboring farm lets you enjoy the valley’s beauty at sea level. It’s also possible to walk to the village–passing by homesteads, pastures, and fishing boats–to catch a glimpse of daily life in Cochamó.

If you’d like to take a horseback ride or do some local kayaking . . . we can put you in touch with Cochamó colleagues who offer these service.

The Trail to La Junta
Many Campo Aventura guests choose to hike through the rainforest along the Cochamó Trail — after spending a relaxing night at our base Riverside B&B Lodge. We can lodge guests to the trailhead—-which results in a moderate hike of 14 kms/8.5 miles.

Hiking in La Junta
Whichever campground you decide to stay at, you can choose from a variety of half- and full-day hikes, ranging from easy to moderate to challenging. (See descriptions.)