Radal Siete Tazas National Reserve
Radal Siete Tazas Park is a national park located in the central region of Chile in the Andes mountains and covers a area of 4.138 h of a mountain landscape. The mainly characteristic is a geological formation of seven basins and seven cascades that ends in a big waterfall called "Salto de la Leona" of 25m. Following the river it's visible the "Velo de la novia" a 40m waterfall. The entire park is a mountain forest.
His altitude is between 650 and 2.600 m. over the sea
Since 2007 the area change is legal denominatin from National reserve to a National Park.
From the city of Molina it's posible to take a bus to the National Park. The price is USD 3 by person and the trip takes about 1 hour for the 55 kilometers of distance between Molina and the National Park.
The buses are old but the services is reliable.
The fees for Siete Tazas Park are:
Chilean adult: $2.000 CLP (USD 4) Foreigner adult: $4.000 CLP (USD 8) Chilean kid: $600 CLP (USD 1,2) Foreigner kid: $600 CLP (USD 1,2)
The hours for visiting are the followings Summer: 8:30 to 20:00 Winter: 8:30 to 17.30
Salto de la leona
Velo de la novia
Volcano Descabezado Grande
The park has many differente areas for trekking, those depend for the time and strongness of the tourist.
Sendero "Salto La Leona” (1,2 km): 2 hours walking. This path shows the seven basins and ends in the Salto de la Leona waterfall. This route is a must.
Sendero “La Montañita” (1 km): 2 hours walking under the forest.