The Huerquehue National Park is about 33 kilometres away from Pucon and spans an area of 12,500 hectares. It is characterized by its mountains, gently slopes and an impressive beauty. In this park, it is possible to see cliffs, hills, monkey puzzle trees and lenga trees forests. Some unique species live in the park; Darwin’s Frogs, Culpeo foxes and the Chilean Condor sometimes can be seen in the highest points of the park.
Another characteristic is its network of trails which have made this park one of the favorites for nature lovers and those who practice trekking. The Huerquehue National Park’s environment mostly insert in the Andino-Patagonicas forest region and within the Cordillera of the Araucania Region.