Yerba Loca Natural Sanctuary

Located in the foothills of the Andes, in the commune of Lo Barnechea, the Yerba Loca Natural Sanctuary invites you to enjoy nature in its 39,000 hectares of pure scenic beauty just 50 kilometers from Santiago.

With a dozen of attractions. It fascinates hundreds of tourists who seek to enrich the spirit with unique landscapes, where stand out estuaries, interactive trails and the glaciers El Rincón and La Paloma.

Surprise yourself with its archaeological significance, with places such as the Piedra Carvajal house and El Plomo mountain, where the Inca mummy “The boy of El Plomo mountain” was discovered. You can also visit the park with the same name, which has an area of 11,000 hectares and is accessed by curve 15 of route G-21 or on the road to Farellones, and perform activities such as trekking, horseback riding, camping areas and native flora and fauna of the foothills of Santiago that will captivate you with more than 40 kms. of trails that vary between difficulty, low, medium and high mountain.

Camping
Zona de Picnic
Aves
Senderos
Baños
Ríos
Cascadas
Minas
mountain
Patrimonio de la humanidad
mirador
Glaciar
Refugio
flota y fauna

Camino a Farellones curva 15, Lo Barnechea

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SCHEDULE:

Monday to Friday
Entrance from 08:30 to 15:00 hrs.
Exit until 18:00 hrs.

Information:

You must complete the entry registration per person online and present the Carabineros
in control of La Ermita and the Park Rangers at the entrance.
Must comply with Covid -19 protocol