The magnificent Corcovado Volcano stands 7,546 feet above sea level, welcoming visitors to this difficult-to-access, pristine ecosystem of evergreen forests, fjords, bays, rivers, deep valleys, and dozens of hidden lakes.
The park was created thanks to Tompkins Conservation’s generous donation of more than 207,570 acres and to the incorporation of national parklands. It features vast expanses of untouched, unexplored land, including hidden corners of the Corcovado Golf and Tic Toc Bay, in Chaitén.
- Open: Not currently open to the public
- Area: 988,450 acres
- Climate: Rainy and mild
- Rainfall: 110 inches annually
- Ecosystem: Temperate Rainforest and Deciduous High-Mountain Shrubland
- Founded: January 7, 2005
Suggested Places of Interest and / or Activities
- Corcovado Volcano (7,546 feet above sea level), which can be viewed from Chaitén.
- Sail or row in Tic Toc Bay and visit the river of the same name.
- Fish in Corcovado River.
- Nevado Volcano (6700 feet above sea level), also known as Yantenes or Yanteles Volcano.
- Lake Trébol.
- Visit to the Yelcho Snowdrift (in November, maintenance activities will begin, which will not cause visitors inconvenience).