The most complete and up-to-date map to explore the world famous Torres del Paine National Park, in the Chilean Patagonia. 4 maps in 1: General map Torres del Paine (1:100,000) with altitude levels each 50 m, hiking routes (distances in hrs and km), lodgings, campings, boat connections etc. Zoom of the Paine massif (1:50,000) with the Paine circuit and the "W" hike, GPS compatible. Overview map of the Ultima Esperanza county between Puerto Natales and the Torres del Paine National Park. City map Puerto Natales. Landscape pictures and drawings of the local fauna.
Completely updated travel and trekking map of the Atacama region around San Pedro, between Calama and Paso Sico, in Northern Chile; reaches about 25 miles into Bolivian territory. With trekking routes, altitude levels each 100 m, GPS compatible. Hiking & Biking Map 1:50,000 of San Pedro's immediate surroundings. Landscape pictures and drawings of the Andean fauna. City Map of San Pedro. Developed by the Institute for Cartography at the Dresden Technical University.
The compact, completely revised Santiago city map created by the ContactChile team thinking in foreign visitors. It contains the where-abouts of important tourist sites, the metro network and bikepaths, also embassies, universities, supermarkets, shopping malls, swimming pools and sport clubs. It shows the most important quarters (Centro, Providencia, Las Condes, Vitacura, Ñuñoa) with all their streets. On the back: brief city guide (in English).
Guidebook for kids and their parents to explore Chilean nature, in Spanish
Esta novedosa "guía para niños chicos y grandes" quiere alentar a los niños y sus padres a explorar los bosques de Chile. Hoy, la mayoría vivimos en ciudades y tenemos muy poco contacto con la naturaleza. Sin embargo, es fácil de organizar una excursión para conocer los bosques y descubrir que son lugares mágicos, llenos de seres maravillosos y rincones encantadores. Cómo prepararse para la excursión? Qué llevar? Qué deberíamos saber del bosque? Cómo distinguir una rana de un sapo, un águila de un cóndor? Dónde son los mejores lugares para ir en la zona central? A todas esas preguntas, los autores responden en este libro entretenido y bellamente ilustrado.
Autores: Franz Schubert, Malte Sieber & Rodrigo Verdugo
Trekkingchile, 1ª edición, 2014
Libro-Guía, 124 páginas a todo color, anillado, en español
The first cross-border map of Central Chile and the adjacent area in western Argentina. The map shows the circular route Santiago - Talca - Paso Pehuenche - Malargüe - Mendoza and refers to many attractions and outdoor activities along this route as well as on the Pacific coast. These include cycling routes as that of Talca over the Pehuenche Pass to Malargüe (Argentina), as well as hiking and climbing areas, ski resorts, surf beaches, thermal springs etc. QR codes connect with tour descriptions within the App Trekkingchile. Map elaborated by the Cartographic Institute of Dresden Technical University.
GPS-compatible, with multicolored elevation profile. Printed on tear- and water-resistant, environmentally friendly Stone Paper.
Trekkingchile, 1st edition 2016
Road & travel map, bicycle map, Central Chile, scale 1:500.000
Learn about Chilean nature with this fun card game, designed by the Trekkingchile Foundation and the environmental organization Codeff.
This innovative game contains 40 cards with drawings of Chilean birds. Every bird has characteristics which differ from others – that is how they “compete” in the game. The game can be played by two or four persons, as a “quartet” or with other modalities.
Each bird species is identified by its scientific and common name in Spanish, English and German. The card provides characteristics such as length, weight, flight capacity, distribution in Chile and its appreciation of beauty.