This trail is located 11 kilometers south of Caleta Gonzalo. It is a short route but with a steep ascent, which runs along a beautiful path, always under a lush forest. Successive stairs and walkways are located in most of the first hundred meters, in a rapid ascent to the bridge and first viewpoint. Arriving at this point, the Tronador torrent can be appreciated, falling in a succession of cascades in the middle of a narrow drawer. The walk continues crossing the bridge and restarting the ascent. Again you go up a succession of stairs and walkways. While you continue going up from the side of the trail, you can still see some panoramic views of the waterfalls of the stream. About three hundred meters after the bridge, a vision of another magnificent waterfall appears, after which the path begins to lead away from the river. The ascent continues under a lush forest, almost always accompanied by rustic stairs and walkways. After more than a kilometer of ascent, you reach a viewpoint of the Michinmahuida Volcano, which can be seen in the background amidst the vegetation. From this moment a short flat section begins, in which the presence of a hundred-year-old larch stands out. About a hundred flat meters are traveled before beginning the descent, in which the lagoon soon begins to be seen. After two hundred meters downhill, you come to a viewpoint where you have a beautiful view of the lake. There are the last two hundred meters to the shore of the lagoon, a fairly steep descent that is carried out with numerous stairs. In this section the wood is already quite rotten due to humidity, so caution must be exercised.