Border Crossings

Know all our border crossings.

One way to enter the Aysén region is through one of the several border crossings that connect Chile to the provinces of Chubut and Santa Cruz, Argentina. The following are the most used routes:

 

BORDER CROSSING LOCATION TYPE OF ROAD TRAVELLING TIME TO COYHAIQUE (approx.)
Futaleufú It is located in Los Lagos region at 423 kilometers from Coyhaique. Consolidated gravel and asphalt. 8 hours.
Alto Palena (Paso Rio Encuentro) It is located in the municipality of Palena in Los Lagos region, 417 kilometers from Coyhaique. consolidated gravel 8 hours.
Paso Pampa Alta (old crossing)* Located 35 kilometres from Villa Ñirehuao. Gravel 3 hours.
Coyhaique Alto It is located 45 kilometres east from the city of Coyhaique. Consolidated gravel. 1 1/2 hours.
Paso Huemules (Balmaceda) It is located 55 kilometres south east from the city of Coyhaique. Asphalt. 1 hour.
Palavicini* It is located 127 kilometres south east from Coyhaique, and 20 kilometres from Puerto Ibáñez. Asphalt and gravel. 2 hours.
Jeinemeni Located 4 kilometres east from Chile Chico and 402 kilometres from Coyhaique. Consolidated gravel and asphalt. 8 hours by land, and
3.5 hours in a combination route, taking a boat to Puerto Ibáñez.
Roballos* The access is 8 kilometers north east from Cochrane. Gravel. 7 hours.

* The migration paperwork to leave the country requires a safe-conduct pass, obtained previously at Immigration offices, PDI, at Avenida Baquedano 511, Coyhaique.

For more information: www.difrol.gob.cl/argentina/region-de-aysen-del-general-carlos-ibanez-del-campo.html

Map of Border Crossing – Access to Aysén