FEATURED Outdoor Activities photos & videos posts trekking October 16, 2018November 13, 2018 admin hiking Cochamo, trekking Patagonia Treking Photos Select A selection of Cochamó’s best hiking/trekking photos alerce trees Alerce trees are some of the oldest on the planet, living as long as 3,000 years. Cerro Gorila trail Trinidad. This trail / scramble offers some of the best views of the Cochamó Valley. Arco Iris trail Some serious exposure awaits those who hike the Arco Iris trail. the old Refugio Cochamó trailhead - La Junta trail Crossing the Río Piedra. Thanks to Senderos de Chile, there is now a cable bridge. Paloma trail Through the Paloma Valley, a slabby, scrambly approach leads to the peak of Cerro La Junta. trailhead to Valle Cochamó © Morsa. Arco Iris Volcan Osorno as seen from the 2nd view point of the Arco Iris trail. IMG_1460_alan - Copy Paloma trail trailhead - La Junta trail Cerro Tronador As seen from the Gorila peak, Cerro Tronador parks the Argentine-Chilenean border. Paloma © Daniel Seeliger Arco Iris trail As late as December, snow can still be slowly melting on the Arco Iris trail. © Daniel Seeliger.