Class 3 Rivers in Chile

Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Niblinto de Malleco
This class 2-3 tributary of the Malleco is best run after massive rainfall or in the high water winter months
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Renaico
This Winter/Spring run flows of the northwestern flanks of Volcan Tolhuaca 2806 meters and forms the border between Chile´s 8
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Cholguan
This Winter/Spring run flows of the peaks of Cordon Infiernillo (1972 meters) , Blanquillo (1780 meters) and Cordon Cholguan (2148
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Huepíl
  Meaning rainbow in local language the Huepíl is nailbiting run through an overlooked part of Chile´s 8th region… The
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Bullileo
The rivers name is taken from Mapundungun language and means river of scales which sounds strange until you realize that
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Lolco
An isolated tributary of the Upper Bio Bio watershed flowing of the Northside of both Volcan Longquimay and Volcan Tolhuaca.
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Blanco Del Sur
The Rio Blanco Del Sur near Curacautin has a fantastic 10 meter drop that has a very long season, can
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Pichapinga or Llaima
Known as the Rio Pichapinga in it´s upper section and Rio Llaima in the lowers stretch this is a winter/springtime
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Mañio
This river also called the Rio Nalcalhue (and in its lower sections the Zahuil or Huanehue) is only boatable after
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Reca
A class 3-4 winter creek run in Chile’s 14th Region de Los Rios..During the winter months when everything else is
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Huichahue
When the winter rains hit Chile there are a ton of rivers to kayak that are dry in the summer
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Noroeste
Short steep tributary creek of the Rio Espolon just outside of the town of Futalueufu. Flowing out of Lago Rosas
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Hielo
Crystal clear water in a very impressive canyon.. This class 4 stretch of water lies just over the Argentinian border
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Blanco de Calbuco
A low volume gem flowing of southwestern flank of volcan Calbuco (Mapuche word meaning blue water¨) Located in Chile´s 10th
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Llancahue (Lower)
Jared Seiler dropping the “Suavemente” aka “Purty Thirty” at the start of the Lower section. The Rio Llancahue located on
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Blanco del Enco
Flowing off the Western flank of Volcan El Mocho (2422 meters) in Chile´s 14th Region de Los Lagos is a
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Rucue
A fun class 3+ run in Chile´s South Central Andes. Flowing off the North Western Flank of the imposing Sierra
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Curacalco
A Native Mapuche word perhaps meaning ¨rock magic¨ Cura-rock, Calcu-witchcraft Located in the comuna de Cunco, Region de la Araucania,
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Ñiblinto
The Ñiblinto is a newly found classic flowing of the NorthWest flank of the Chillan Volcano in Chile´s Central Andes.
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Cato
The Rio Cato is mellow, class 3, low elevation drainage in Chile´s south central Andes located immediately to the south
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Chillan
The crystal clear water flowing of the Western Flank of the Nevados de Chillan Volcano (3212 Meters above sea level)are
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Ñirementum
The Rio Ñirementum is a journey deep into Chile´s traditional Mapuche culture. The river is within the boundaries of the
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Quillaleo
One of many overlooked tributaries of the Bio Bio in Chile´s 8th Region. The Quillaleo (pronounce Ki-yah-leh-yo) is an upper
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Codihue
A fun creek run flowing off the Cordillera Huerere into the Northwestern corner of Lago Colico in Chile´s 9th Region
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Claro (Pucon)
The Rio Claro is a small creek in downtown Pucon..It is more of a novelty run for locals in the
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Mayer
This is a gem that is well worth to drive south for. About half an hour before you get to
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Mosco
The Rio Mosco flows from the Mosco glaciar just outside of Villa O´higgins, and is a nice little run if
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Perez
Following the road from Villa O´higgins to Lago Christie close to the Argentine border, you will have to do a
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Frey
Hundreds of people visit the Futaleufu River in Chile´s XI region every year for its pristine whitewater and unforgettable scenery
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Corcovado
The headwaters of Chile´s Rio Palena are found in the Chubut region of Argentina where the river is called the
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Bonito
The Rio Bonito is a new classic in Chilean creek boating. Although short, the river packs a hell of a
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Pilmaiquen
Big volume, warm water playboating in Southern Chile. Draining Lago Puyehuehue, the river forms the boundary between the 14th Region
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Coihueco
A class 3 run through a seldom visited part of Southern Chile. Flowing off the snowfields of Cerro Puntiagudo, the
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Blanco de Coihueco
A small class 3 creek with its headwaters in Parque Nacional Vicente Perez Rosales in Chile´s 10th Region de Los
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Iculpe
A new classic flowing off the northern flanks of the Puyehue Volcano (2240 meters) in Chile’s Region de Los Rios.
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Hueinahue
The Hueinahue makes a bold statement 7.5 KM before it enters Lago Mahuie. Here the river tumbles over a spectacular
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Pangue
Most people think of the Bio Bio River drainage and envision the three large dams choking a once magnificent river.
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Las Truchas
The Rio Las Truchas is one of the few multi-day river trips in Chile and features both outstanding whitewater and
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Curaco
Draining Lago Colico in Chile’s 9th region is a continuous, friendly class 2-3 whitewater river best run in winter or
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Caunehue
A short burst of paddling in the Futrono Zone. Best during highwater springtime run off or after periods of sustained
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Trafanpulli
A rumbling steep creek coming off the permanent snowfields of Nevados de Solipulli is the Rio Trafanpulli. In local Mapadungo
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Bío-Bío (El Nacimiento)
The famed Bío-Bío, Chile’s second longest river, originates in the heart of Mapuche-Pehuenche territory. The nacimiento, or birthplace of the
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Bío-Bío (Lower)
Although the upper canyons now lay dormant under man made reservoirs, the lowest section of the Bío-Bío still offers intermittent
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Renegado
The Renegado is a seldom run creek that plummets off of Volcan Chillan (3186 meters). It is small so usually
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Dillo
To reach the put-in from Curracautín go west on the paved road towards Victoria and you will cross Puente Dillo
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Captren
The Captren flows off the snow-covered, north western flank of Volcan Llaima (3125 meters) and has it’s headwaters within The
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Blanco (Cautín)
The Rio Blanco is an easy access, class 3 run flowing off the snowfields on the southern flank of Volcan
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Calbuco
Draining the South Western flank of Volcan Llaima (3125 meters) is the deceivingly innocent Rio Calbuco. After meandering thru braided
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Manso (Nahual Huapi)
Written by Greg Moore The emerald Río Manso flows through a wild canyon in Parque Nacional Nahual Huapi (Mapuche for
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Palena
The Palena is a beautiful, although blustery, multi-day trip with nary a trace of whitewater. A dense pall of fog
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Cisnes (Piedra del Gato)
Boaters migrating down the Carretera Austral inevitably flock to the Piedra del Gato overlook to check out the Río Cisnes.
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Cajón
Volcanic ash and cinders blanket the Río Cajón basin, which lies downwind from Volcán Hudson (1369 m). After laying dormant
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Fuy (Lower)
Flowing warm and transparent out of Lago Pirehueico deep in the heart of Chile’s Lake District, the Fuy’s astonishing clarity
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Blanco (Cerro Castillo)
The Río Blanco cuts through canyons of geology run amok in the northeastern sector of Reserva Nacional Cerro Castillo. The
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Petrohué (Upper)
The Río Petrohué drains Lago Todos los Santos in Parque Nacional Vicente Perez Rosales. It is the largest park in
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Petrohué (Lower)
The lower Petrohué is a popular commercial raft trip and a good run for intermediate kayakers. Its wide-open rapids require
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Claro (Tinguiririca)
This tributary of the Tinguiririca features great views of the Cordilleras Rubiana and Huemulina, good class III whitewater, and a
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Cisnes (Upper)
Don’t be fooled by the low average gradient on the upper Cisnes. Its citadel rock walls reverberate with the roar
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Salto Del Tigre
On our first descent in February 1998, Joe Larrow, John Hart, Aaron Pruzan, Robby Dastin, and I encountered an irritatingly
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Resbalón
After tumbling through a foggy, verdant canyon upstream, the Resbalón meanders into Bahia Murta, the northwest arm of Lago Bertrand.
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Cachapoal (Upper)
The upper roars through a chiquitito box canyon 2.5 km below the put-in in Reserva Nacionál Río de Los Cipreses.
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Cachapoal (Lower)
The lower Cachapoal flows into the Coya industrial zone. None of the rapids are very difficult, and all are boat-scoutable
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Simpson (Cajón de Farrellones)
Cajón de Farellones is a good run flowing through Reserva Nacional Río Simpson. This section courses through a secluded canyon
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Simpson (Lower)
The lower Simpson flows through a glacially scoured valley that forms the northern boundary of Parque Nacional Río Simpson, and
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Chilean River
Region 8
Quebrada El Toro
During our failed attempt to explore the headwaters of the Río Melado in December 1997 (a wicked high El niño
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Figueroa
Bordering the northern edge of Parque Nacional Queulat, the Río Figueroa flows through a beautiful valley of old growth forest.
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Clarillo (Tinguiririca)
This description was written by Greg Moore The Clarillo’s clear water, fun class III pool-drop rapids, and lack of flat
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Pangal
Without a doubt, the hydro-developed Río Pangal is one of the most radical whitewater stretches in Chile. The river is
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Chilean River
Region 8
Estero Lechoso
Estero Lechoso is an intense, class V+ committing run of great beauty. Directly below the put-in lies a majestic, runnable
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Teno
Like a cement truck, the Teno’s cold, gray torrent churns through a short, sheer-walled canyon 22 km above Los Queñes.
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Mañihuales
At low water, the Mañihuales sports several good play spots amidst a few class III–IV rapids that can be partially
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Claro (Ibañez)
This beautiful creek flows between two unrunnable canyons. Easily scouted from the road, the Claro starts out class IV in
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Baker (Lower)
Following description was provided by former Sobek river guide Monty Becker In contrast to the tumultuous whitewater upstream, the lower
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Cochrane
Only 1 km in length this short, difficult run (class V+•VI ) is quite different from the section upstream. After
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río El Cañal
We were dead tired after many days of nonstop scouting and boating when we crossed Puente Cañal. Draining the glittering
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Chilean River
Region 8
Estero del Bosque
This short 6 km, class V trip makes for an interesting combination of tight, technical boating on the Bosque averaging
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Jeinemeni
The Rio Jeinemeni flows through a very unique part of Chile. Located in Aiysen in the 11th Region of Southern
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Los Maitenes
The Río Los Maitenes is only recommended for that paddler who loves the commitment of a slot canyon, is willing
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Aviles
The Río Avilés is my favorite of the many streams that empty into Lago General Carrera. First explored by Arnd
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Machín (Upper)
The best stretch of boating on the upper Maichín consists of a section of a class III-IV rapids above Puente
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Llanquén
While paddling down the still free flowing stretch of the Upper Bío-Bío, the magnificent view of Volcán Callaqui (3050 m)
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Enco
Like the beads of a lapis lazuli necklace, Lagos Riñihue, Panguipulli, Neltume and Pirehuico are linked together by the Rios
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Chalquilvin
Very similar in character to the nearby Río Ralco, the Chalquilvin is the Lomín’s other major tributary. Its sustained gradient
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Futaleufú (Terminator Section)
The terminator stretch combines big water playboating potential with the heart stomping option of running the gut of its biggest
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Cautin
This is a 9 km run with a drop of 124 meters or average of 16 m/km (80 FPM). Best
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Laja
The run is 4km long with average gradient of 165 FPM. Put in is at 1100 meters at Salto Las
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Ralco
The class 4, class 4+ Río Ralco flows through an enchanting, basalt canyon drenched in luscious springs, and draped with
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Queuco
Lying on the doorstep of the lower Bío-Bío, the Río Queuco is one of the most overlooked, easy-access rivers in
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Aconcagua “Salto De Soldado”
This description was actually written by kayaking legend Lars Holbek Salto del Soldado canyon sports a wild class V+ run
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Chilean River
Region 8
Trancura-Lower
The lower Trancura is Pucón’s local playground and sports the most popular day raft trip in the country. This section
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Chilean River
Region 8
Estero Coilaco
Another run in Pucon area this one is pretty small and is therefore called an Estero instead of a Rio.
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Chilean River
Region 8
Florin River
The Florin is a seldom run, low volume creek in Lago Ranco region known for its stout falls. It is
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Colorado (Lontue)
Vertical ramparts of columnar basalt tower above the Río Colorado, the Lontué’s major tributary. Compared to the Lontué, the Colorado
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Claro (Los Queñes)
This Río Claro was the former training site of the U.S. Olympic slalom kayak team. The gringos are gone, but
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Claro (Tinguiririca)
How many Rio Claros are there in Chile? Quien sabe. The conquistadors could have been a little more creative with
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Volcán (Lower)
The lower Volcán is a much easier version of the upper run. Although this turbid river maintains its steep, continuous
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Volcán (Upper)
The upper Volcán is a cold, raging, silty flush plummeting out of the high Andes.  Tight and pushy, its churning
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Colorado (Aconcagua)
This Río Colorado, one of 37 by the same name in central Chile, is a churning quagmire down to its
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Llancalil.
This river, although interesting, is not worth going out of your way for. If you are in the Pucon area
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Sollipulli
Flowing off of the permanent snow fields of Sollipulli is an ice cold tributary of the upper Maichin. It is
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Blanco (de Caburgua)
This novelty run is only for those curious folks who are in the Pucon area and have already done every
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Malleco
Accumulating first in a lake on the flanks of Volcan Tolhuaca, the Rio Malleco then plunges off a breathtaking 50
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Ventisqueros
The Ventisqueros is a seldom run glacial torrent born on a spectacular hanging glacier in Parque Nacional Quelat about 220
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio San Pedro
The Rio San Pedro (SP) is one of Chile’s premier play kayak/rafting runs through and which descends through a spectacular,
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Longavi
The Longaví is a short but attractive option for class 3-4 boaters. Located in the 7th region, the Longaví has
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Cochamo
A trip up the Cochamó valley is an incredible experience. Tumbling from the massive granite domes of Cerro Torrecillas (2164
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Blanco (Hornopirén)
I first ran the Río Blanco back in 1991 with John Foss. We had come across the river while driving
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Negro
For years I had heard rumors of a waterfall infested river in the South of Chile named the Río Negro.
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Diguillin
The Diguillín River (pronounced Dee-Gee-Yin) is a low volume winter/spring run in Chile’s 8th region. Having a granite streambed, crystal
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Clarillo
The Río Clarillo is a high-quality springtime creek run in the Santiago area. The beauty of the Clarillo (like its
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Chilean River
Region 8
Río Colorado
I have trouble recommending the Río Colorado. On one hand it is one of the closest rivers to Santiago with
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Maipo
This is the training ground for Santiago’s kayaking community. Most Chilean kayakers get their start on the Maipo. Only an
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Puesco
Tumbling off the flanks of the magnificent 3717 meter Volcan Lanin are the headwaters of Pucon’s Trancura River. While lower
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Rininahue
Rio Rininahue is just down the road from Salto del Nilahue. It also flows into Lago Ranco. Usually, this river
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Chilean River
Region 8
Salto del Nilahue
Located south of Pucon in the Lake District. Rio Nilahue flows into Lago Ranco. The river only has one drop
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Ancoa
Located in the Maule region. Rough road to the put-in where the entire river comes from a tunnel. Put-in Notice the water
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Gol Gol
The Rio Gol Gol, if you can deal with the heinous culiwachos during the summer months(similar to horse flies), is
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Chilean River
Region 8
Manso Gorge in Argentina
Max Blackburn running Salto de Alerces on the Rio Manso Argentina.The Rio Manso about 300 km south of Bariloche is
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Maule
Getting to the Maule can be very confusing but the rewards are worth it. The Maule features warm water and
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Espolon
The Espolon is a mellow float with some occasional play and spectacular water quality. For 20 years the river has
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Futaleufu (Macal section)
The Futaleufú river is known globally for its big volume and furious rapids. Until people visit and get to know
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Futaleufú (bridge to bridge)
The bridge to bridge section on the Lower Futaleufú is one of the funnest stretches of whitewater on earth. This
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Azul
The Azul is a nice class 2-3 run to do in the Futaleufu area. Access is relatively easy for put
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Palguin (Upper)
The Upper Palguín is one of Chile’s premier waterfall runs. A partial first descent was made in February 1990 by
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Baker
The Class 5 Baker is one of the world’s premier big water runs. Set in a remote arid location in
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rios Queupude & Alpehue
The Queupude along with adjacent river the Alpehue both flow off Northern side of Volcan Solipulli and along with Rio
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Llizan
The Rio Llizán tumbles of the Southern Flank of Volcan Quetrupillan (2009 meters). The run has two distinct sections each
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Chilean River
Region 8
Ri­o Michinmahuida
A class 4-5 kayak trip with unsurpassed scenery located in vicinity of Futaleufú. On a sunny day the put in
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Chilean River
Region 8
Ri­o Maichin
The crystal clear, iridescent waters of the Maichí­n are home to one of the Pucón area’s classic rivers. Set in
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Panqui
The Ri­o Panqui is another Pucon springtime waterfall run. Although the river is referred to by local gringo boaters as
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Nuble
Rio Nuble near Chillan, Chile. Class three and four. 16km upper section. Class 3 and 4 with long stretches of
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Achibueno
I am not sure where this river derived its name but the “bueno” portion is very fitting. I first visited
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Truful Truful
Flowing off the southern side of Volcan Llaima (3125 m) is one of the best class 3 runs in Chile.
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Carhuello
This springtime gem is right in the Pucon area. It was first run until the winter of 1994 when locals
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Quepe
How to describe the the Rio Quepe is a paradox. One description is terrifying class 3 but because of the
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Yeso
The Yeso is an class 4+/5- creek run in the headwaters of the Maipo Valley. The source of the river
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Curringue
It was not until December of 2004 that this classic river was discovered. Robbie Dastin, Pucon resident and Pioneer of
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Llancahue (upper)
Flowing off both the southern flanks of Volcan Villarica (2840 meters) and Volcan Quetrupillan (2360 meters) is the Rio Llancahue.
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Nevado
The Rio Nevado is one of Pucon’s classic steep creek runs. The river cascades off the Picos del Caburgua (1952
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Plata
This seldom run, low volume steep creek enters Lago Villarica directly opposite Pucon. It only runs in the spring or
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Chilean River
Region 8
22 teacups – 22 tazas – Rio Claro
Twenty Two tazas – a series of twenty two 1 to 2 meters drops in a natural park setting
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Desague
The Rio Desagüe (sometimes called Rio Carburgua) is another spring run in the Pucon area. In high water years it
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Turbio
The Rio Turbio is one of the Pucon areas spingtime gems. It is only minutes from town and provides action
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Melado
The Rio Mealdo is a high volume wildnerness run located in Central Chile. For years running it from the source
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Blanco (de Maule)
This rare wilderness run is a tributary of the Maule and located in the heart of Central Chile. It is
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Reyehueco
Flowing off the Southern flanks of Volcan Quetrupillan (2009 mters above sea level) and within a two hour drive of
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Fuy
Learn about the River Fuy in Chile with this Article
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Chilean River
Region 8
Alumine River Argentina
Alumine river is the best river in Argentina!! At least some people think so .. Find out why.
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Chilean River
Region 8
Rio Liucura
The Lower Liucura River 20 minutes for the center of Pucon, Chile is the classic class three run with
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