This area remains uninhabited; it is strongly advised that one be accompanied by local guides when hiking in this area.
This trail takes up to 3 or 4 days to complete. Leaving the town of "Rio Puelo" and heading southeast along the path to the east of "Puelo Chico", you can drive the drive the first 8 kilometeres along the dirt road, on this road you will be heading in a generally southern direction. You will cross various buildings before arriving at "Diabolo" hill where there is a small stream.
Going up the small pathway is where the "el Este" and "Chico" rivers meet. While continuing down the path be cautions of where you step as you may to cross the river by going across felled tree trunks. Further on is the Beyer estate where you can find a spectacular view of the east river and the mountain rage.
Down the tail, into the "desesperado" valley is an area recommended for camping. After crossing the "Desesperado" river you will arrive at the Beyer family ranch, which is called "La Reina", and has a spectacular panoramic view. Here it is also recommended that you present yourself upon arrival as this is all private property. Further down the trail you will find an Alerce forest before arriving at the "poyo" lake, which is another good spot to camp. From here one may go on to explore the lava fields from the "Yates" volcano (remember, this is not part of the trail so a guide is strongly recommended in this area).
The routes then continue to the CONAF refuge, the "Hornopirén" national park. Further along is the western coast of the "Pinto Concha" lake, from here the trail continues to the "Chaqueigua" region in the "Rio Negro" community.