Cerro Pochoco is an Andean foothill hill in the Andes, located in the El Arrayán sector, in the commune of Lo Barnechea, near the Ñilhue bridge and the Mapocho river. It is one of the most visited in the city of Santiago. It has an altitude of 1804 meters above sea level and in it the Cerro Pochoco observatory is located.
His mountain is one of the favorites trekking spots for Chilean citizens. It’s pure nature, and there you can have awesome views. This makes the hike an amazing experience.
There is one trail, moderate difficulty, that takes around two hours to reach the summit and the return will take around one and a half hour.
TRANSFER TIME: 30 - 40 minutes.
THE TOUR INCLUDES:
Pick up and drop at your hotel
access to trail
ACTIVITY DURATION: 4 - 5 h.
SEASON: all year long.
PRICES FOR A PRIVATE HIKE: