Patagonia National Park (Chile) is one of the newer national parks in Chilean Patagonia. It was established in 2018, and makes up what used to be sheep ranches. It makes up the Chilean side of Patagonia National Park.
Flora and fauna
The climate is semi-arid in the east, which becomes humid in the forested area, with rainfall mostly concentrated in winter.
Annual rainfall totals about 1000 mm in the forest zone and less than 600 mm in the steppe zone. Temperatures are cool in the summer and very cold in the winter.
The park is only open between October to April, and access is only by car.
Fees and permits
- Jeinimeni Lake.
- Aviles Valley Trail.