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You enter this park in the Bella Vista neighborhood. Closest metro stop is Baquedano, then 10 min or less walk to funicular entrance. Walk to top took us 45-60 minutes. Walk the road the first half, then pick up a dirt trail the next half....More
This is a very nice place to visit, full of contact with nature and a beautiful view.
Pay attention to the many entrances to the park. I’d start on one side and finish on the other (ex: start at Pedro de Valdivia and finish the...More
All you out there on Strava, check out Cerro San Cristobal. I hiked the Cerro from the entrance in Providencia. Mountain and road bikes passed me the whole route. Nice bikes too. Canyons, Cervelos, Sworks ... It was a great training hike for me in...More
My wife and I walked up and caught the funicular down on our arrival day after a long flight. Great views over this huge city with the hazy Andes as a backdrop. The walk up is moderately steep and dusty but a great way of...More
Very cool place. The metropolitan park is below Cerro San Cristobal. The cable car connects the metropolitan park to two other stops up on the hill. There is a public swimming pool at the first stop and a sanctuary (Sanctuary of the Immaculate Conception) with...More
If you visit Santiago can't miss going to the top by funicular, an old train like elevator and come down by teleférico (modern) or viceversa.
Take in account both, at the bottom of the hill, are far away.
The almost 360° Santiago view from the...More