The trails between the Torres del Paine’s famous craggy mountains are some of the world’s classic trekking routes. Breathtaking views with glaciers, rivers, lakes, forests, and abundant wildlife provide the trip with constantly changing scenarios and experiences. During summer (Nov-Mar), there are 18 hours of daylight, giving explorers plenty of time for the walking journey.
This superbly guided and supported seven-day trek is our favorite trip in Torres del Paine National Park. It is the most comprehensive trekking trip in Patagonia that is suitable for active travelers who are both sensitive to nature and physically fit enough to make demanding hikes of 5-6 hrs/day, and it also includes a couple of days set aside for exploring the areas in and around Punta Arenas. Most of the walks start at one of our local partner's ecocamps, so just a daypack is carried on the trek. You may want to consider combining this trek with other areas of Chile or Argentina.
|Day 1||Santiago - Friday|
|Day 2||Santiago/Punta Arenas - Saturday|
|Day 3||Punta Arenas - Sunday|
|Day 4||Punta Arenas / Torres del Paine - Monday|
|Day 5||Paso Los Cuernos - The Horns - Tuesday|
|Day 6||French Valley - Wednesday|
|Day 7||Pehoe-Grey Glacier - Thursday|
|Day 8||Torres del Paine - Friday|
|Day 9||Laguna Azul - Saturday|
|Day 10||Punta Arenas / Santiago - Sunday|
|Day 11||Santiago / Onward - Monday|
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“This was a unique trip! The description was intriguing and the reality was even better. Great scenery, exotic & plentiful animals, excellent guides, many hiking opportunities, reliable transfers, vehicles and flights. Good job!”
- Lee S.