Over 62.000 acre property
in the northern tip of the Chilean Patagonia, 45 miles southeast of Puerto Montt, a major city with Airport (Future International Airport).
Over 85 miles of private interior roads. Six rivers within the property, plus a lot of spring creeks and minor water courses, fishing in some of them (Browns, rainbows and salmon). Around 10 miles of sea shore.
29.000+ acres of Evergreen Native Forests and 24.000+ of Alerce Forests, second oldest tree in the world, the property has populations as old as 3.200 years. The rest is a combination of wet forests, agricultural land, wetlands, second growth forests, exploited forests and lakes. There is an inactive volcano right in the property’s heart.
Puma, Pudú, Zorro Culpeo, Gato Montés, Güiña, Monito del Monte, Carpintero de cabeza roja, Carpintero de cabeza negra, Gallereta, Chucao, Halcones, Lechuzas, Búhos, Halcones, Traros, among others.
Alerce, Coigue, Ulmo, Tepa, Mañío, Ciprés de las Guaitecas, Canelo, Avellano, Notro, Luma, Meli, Tineo, Maiten, and many more, some produce edible fruits, such as Zarzaparrilla, Chilco and Chaura. The property also has a wide variety of ferns, lichens and moss, along with numerous plants present in the undergrowth.