Best parks in Bío Bío, Chile

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Explore the most popular parks in Bío Bío with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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Best parks (7)
#1 - Ralco National Reserve
Bío Bío, Chile
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The Ralco National Reserve is part of the Andes mountain range, and therefore has a typical mountain landscape including large forests of araucarias and lengas. Its most famous mountains is the Callaqui volcano. It is an ideal place for hiking in the summer and skiing / snowshoeing in the winter. Access fees detailed on the park's website.Show more
#2 - El Santuario de la Naturaleza de la Península de Hualpén
Bío Bío, Chile
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Covering 2,662 ha. of the Hualpén Peninsula, this nature sanctuary is a beautiful coastal landscape. The peninsula juts out between the bay of San Vicente and the mouth of the Biobío River. Bird watchers will find hundreds of various migrating birds here. The cliffs and rocks of the sanctuary area ideal habitats for the birds, as well as a variety of mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and fish.Show more
#3 - Ñuble National Reserve
Bío Bío, Chile
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The Ñuble National Reserve is located in the low Andes mountains and is made up of forests of lenga, ñirre, lleuque, oak and cypress forests as well as a very varied vegetation. Among the animals that live there are the huemul, an endangered Andean deer, the puma, as well as many species of birds. Access fees detailed on the reservation website.Show more
#4 - Nonguén National Reserve
Bío Bío, Chile
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The Nonguén National Reserve was established to protect the deciduous forests of Concepción typical of the Cordillera de la Costa that are in its territory, since many of these forests were cut and replaced by agricultural crops and forest plantations of pine and eucalyptus. It has a quite varied fauna and flora such as the monkey of the mount, the culpeo fox and the pudú. Access fees detailed on the reservation websiteShow more
#5 - Los Queules National Reserve
Bío Bío, Chile
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The Los Queules National Reserve was established to protect its Maule forests from Queule and Hualhual, an endangered vegetation and where a variety of animals live including the chingue, quique, fox, pudú, as well as many birds. Free accessShow more
#6 - Altos de Pemehue National Reserve
Bío Bío, Chile
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The Altos de Pemehue National Reserve is characterized by an Andean landscape with numerous deciduous forests and a couple of lagoons where there is a very varied fauna and flora including the cougar, fox, black woodpecker and condor. Free accessShow more
#7 - Mocha Island National Reserve
Bío Bío, Chile
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The Isla Mocha National Reserve is located, as its name suggests, on Isla Mocha, off the coast of the province of Arauco. It occupies about 45% of the island. The landscape of the reserve is characterized by mountain ranges, forests, as well as a coastal area. It has an impressive variety of fauna and flora. Free accessShow more