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Trekking in Torres del Paine provides spectacular views of mountains, glaciers and lakes

Patagonia Camp - Torres del Paine

4-8 Day Itinerary
  • Choose from daily excursions
  • Hike to the base of the towers
  • Kayak or fish Toro Lake
  • Search for Condors & other fauna
Hiking, Horseback Riding, Kayaking, Land, Wildlife Viewing
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The trip might have been the absolute best of our lifetime (thus far). We particularly want to commend our guide Peter in the Guilin area-he was so incredibly attentive, energetic, enthusiastic-and absolutely dedicated to ensuring that our meals were 100% vegetarian.
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Included Patagonia Camp Excursions

Explore Chilean Patagonia and Torres del Paine on one of these excursions from Patagonia Camp. Daily excursions are offered to guests according to their preferences and weather conditions.

Full Day Trekking Base Torres Viewpoint Trek
Duration: 8 hours
Distance: 12 miles (18 km)
Difficulty: High
Drive for an hour and a half to the start of this famous trail. After crossing the Ascensio River you will walk uphill around 1.5 miles (2.5 km) until reaching Pasos del Viento pass at about 1575 feet (480m), with a beautiful panoramic view of the pampa, the lakes to the south and the Ascensio Valley itself. From there you will descend to the Refugio Chileno shelter, where the vegetation changes from scrubland to forest. Once out of the forest a final push of around 45 minutes of continuous uphill climbing will take you to the Torres Base at 2854 feet (870m), where you will behold directly in front of you the three massive granite giants, the best reward to your efforts!

French Valley (Valle Del Frances) Trek
Duration: 8 hours
Distance: 14 miles (22.5km)
Difficulty: Moderate-High
A wonderful adventure that will lead you into the heart of the Park! After crossing Lake Pehoé in a 30-minute boat ride, you will begin a hike lasting around two hours along a rustic trail in the midst of a notro and coihue trees forest. Upon reaching the suspension bridge, there is a spectacular view of the French glacier and once across the bridge, the Italian Camp, located within an ancient lenga tree forest. The climb continues uphill along the trail to the French Valley viewpoint, offering a 360° view of the magical shapes of the granite mountain

Los Cuernos Trek
Duration: 6 hours
Distance: 13.5 miles (22km)
Difficulty: Moderate
This trek is perfect to experience the beauty of the park's two iconic mountains: Almirante Nieto and Los Cuernos del Paine. The hike starts alongside beautiful rivers and lakes with ever-present native flora and fauna. Upon reaching the first rock plateau you will enjoy seeing closeup the whimsical line drawn by the Cuernos del Paine, and their characteristic two-color hue created by sedimentary rock and granite. If you are a trek lover, this is another path of the famous W trek that you can´t miss.

Patagonia Camp Exclusives Laguna Bonita Hike
2 hours
Distance: 1.8 miles (3km)
Difficulty: Low
Many special places in our grounds are waiting for you to discover them. Laguna Bonita is an ideal spot to admire and feel the rhythm of nature. You can look into a little explored area, a perfect place for contemplation and relaxation. Walk along an easy-going trail across beautiful coihue tree forests and accompanied by local birds, while enjoying a view of the Paine massif, Cerro Tenerife and colors of the Porteño and Toro lakes and of Laguna Bonita and Laguna Maravilla lagoons. This is a self-guided tour.

Toro Waterfall Hike
1.5 hours
Distance: 1.2 miles (2km)
Difficulty: Low
The trail starts just a few meters away from Camp, bordering the vast Lake Toro and its splendid waters, with gleams of striking blue and turquoise colors changing every moment depending on the light. After approximately a 40-minute walk you will arrive at the base of the Cascada del Toro waterfall, which is surrounded by native woods, lush vegetation and a variety of birds - an ideal excursion for bird lovers! While visiting this secret spot you can take beautiful pictures from yet, another angle of the Paine Massif, Los Cuernos, La Sierra and Lake Toro. This is a self-guided tour.

Kayak Toro Lake or Laguna Bonita
4 hours
Distance: 1.2 miles (2km)
Difficulty: Low - Moderate
This experience is another of the treasures Patagonia Camp has for you! Our team of guides will explain you basic paddle technics and safety instructions; once you are ready with all the equipment we will go to the shore of Toro lake, the bigest in the region, with clear water of deep blue colors. While you are enjoying this sport you will be also amazed by the extraordinary Patagonian landscape. A not-to-be-missed outing! This excursion is subject to weather conditions.

Fishing on Toro Lake
As long as you like!
Distance: Just meters from Camp
Difficulty: Low
Since Patagonia Camp is located on the shore of Toro Lake, it offers you the opportunity to fish in this magnificent lake which is one of the most extensive lakes in the Magellan Region. The lake's irregular geography has numerous islets, bays and river mouths, making it an absolutely essential destination for fishing enthusiasts visiting the Chilean Patagonia! Mainly Brown and Rainbow trouts - with a weight ranging from 1 kg to 8 kgs - can be found in this area. Fishing is from the bank, in the eco-friendly "catch and release" mode that allows trout to complete their natural cycle, swimming up the Serrano River to their spawning ground. You can enjoy this relaxing sport very close to the comfort of your yurt. This is a self-guided tour.

Peninsula Del Toro Trek
5 hours
Distance: 8 miles (13km)
Difficulty: Moderate
This is an ideal route for those who like to explore practically uncharted land. Along most of the way you can admire the Paine massif and lakes Maravilla, Porteño and Toro. Immerse yourself in many different ecosystems, such as the pre-Andean mesophilic scrubland and a coihue trees rainforest with coicopihues and fuinque, and observe the area's biodiversity. Later, you will arrive at a livestock trading post, the "Puesto Las Dudas", and learn about the local gauchos' lifestyle and hard work in the unpredictable Patagonian climate. 

Scenic & Short Hikes Playa Grey Walk & Toro Viewpoint Hike
 2.5 hours + 1.5 hours
Distance: 3.5 miles + 1.8 miles (5.5km + 3km)
Difficulty: Low
An excursion that lets you discover three completely different environments: beginning at Guardería Grey area you will cross a mature Lenga tree forest where it is possible to observe forest birds, such as Magellanic woodpeckers and cachañas. The hike continues along the beach at the far end of Lake Grey where you can see the icebergs which have broken away from Grey glacier with their amazing blue colors and breathtaking shapes. Finally, upon reaching the peninsula you will enjoy a spectacular view of Grey glacier and surrounding area, a festival of colors to delight your senses! Then hike along the cliff of an outcrop between the administration area and the Weber bridge, were you will enjoy one the best panoramic views of the Paine massif and the Toro Lake. Also is a very good place to learn about the settlers period in this area. The trail is full of native flowers species such as orchids.

Playa Grey Walk & Ferrier Viewpoint Hike
 2.5 hours + 4 hours
Distance: 3.5 miles + 1.4 miles (5.5km + 2.2km)
Difficulty: High
An excursion that lets you discover three completely different environments: beginning at Guardería Grey area you will cross a mature Lenga tree forest where it is possible to observe forest birds, such as Magellanic woodpeckers and cachañas. The hike continues along the beach at the far end of Lake Grey where you can see the icebergs which have broken away from Grey glacier with their amazing blue colors and breathtaking shapes. Finally, upon reaching the peninsula enjoy a spectacular view of Grey glacier and surrounding area, a festival of colors to delight your senses! After the Grey walk we will starting out at Guarderia Grey area; this trek takes you to a point with privileged views of the Paine Massif, the many lakes forming part of Torres del Paine hydrographic system and the glaciers Grey and Pingo in the distance, the Sierra Baguales and even Argentina, without a doubt one the most beautiful viewpoints in the Park. It is a two-hour continuous ascent of about 1805 feet (550 m) in altitude, going through dense lenga tree forests inhabited by huemules and, if you're in luck, you may even catch a glimpse of this majestic Andean deer.

Cuernos Viewpoint & Condor Viewpoint Hike
 2.5 hours + 2 hours
Distance: 4 miles + 2.5 miles (6km + 4km)
Difficulty: Moderate-High
Starting at El Salto Grande, an imposing and powerful waterfall of approximately 50 feet (15 m) high that drains the waters of Lake Nordenskjold and the Paine River into the majestic, turquoise-colored Lake Pehoé. The combination of elements and roaring waters creates an amazing spectacle of sound and color that will leave you breathless! We will walk alog the trail with a great view of Los Cuernos and we will get so close that you will feel the heart of the mountain, definitely an unforgettable hike!! The hike to the Cóndor viewpoint is another privileged hikes in terms of views. The trail begins at Lake Pehoé which will fascinate you with its distinctive turquoise color. Ascend for about an hour through the Sierra del Toro; along the way you can appreciate some of the local vegetation such as nothofagus trees, the area's micro-wildlife and the beautiful soaring condors. At the top you will enjoy an amazing panoramic view of Lake Nordenskjold, Los Cuernos del Paine, Valle del Francés and the Patagonian Andes - and not only the view, you will also experience the force of Patagonian winds, a faithful companion in this adventure! 

Scenic Full day & Fauna Trail
 3 hours
Distance: 4.4 miles (7km)
Difficulty: Low-Moderate
In this excursion travel along the Park visiting many famous viewpoints on the way to the start of our hike, the fauna trail. This trail is particularly interesting as it passes through one of the most extensive bioclimatic areas in the park, the pre-Andean xerophilous scrubland, here found in a practically pure state. This is an ideal hike to observe wildlife and you may encounter gray foxes, guanacos (lama guanicoe) and ñandúes (rheas). It is the puma's hunting ground and many traces of hunting can be seen. You will also be able to visit caves with prehistoric paintings dated at from before the Tehuelche period, around 6,500 to 6,000 years old. An experience rich in nature, history and moderate exercise with a different perspective of the Paine towers! 

Condres Cliff & Trombolitos
 3 hours
Distance: 3.4 miles (5.5km)
Difficulty: Moderate
The trip stars with a 2 hrs drive along a route surrounded by the beautiful landscape of Patagonia. We will get into the biggest ranch in the province, Estancia Cerro Guido with 101,000 hectares, a great place to learn about the settlers who conquest this wild land. On top of the cliff if we are in luck we will see condors flying just a few meters from us. After visiting the cliff we will descent for 20 minutes and we will enjoy a box lunch observing the vast pampa. To finish, we will visit the Sarmiento Lake where is possible to see geological formations named trombolitos, all around the area. 

Additional Excursions

The following excursions are not included in a stay at Patagonia Camp, but are highly recommended additions to your Patagonia adventure! Inquire for availability and additional costs.

Grey Glacier Navigation
 3 hours
Distance: 10.5 miles (17km)
Difficulty: Low
A 15 minutes walk along a trail crossing a Lenga tree forests will take you to the pier. Navigation of Grey Lake is undoubtedly one of the most captivating experiences in Torres del Paine. The boat tour will let you view a unique landscape created by the combination of vegetation, mountains and icebergs. You will be able to admire from very close-by the glaciers' giant walls with their amazing range of blue colors! 

Kayak Among Grey Glacier's Icebergs
 2.5 hours
Distance: 2.5 -4 miles (4-6km)
Difficulty: Moderate
This exciting experience begins in the Grey sector, where you will sail across the Grey Lake for 1 hour approx. to get to the Refugio Grey; once there, an expert guide will equip you with technical gear and give you a safety briefing as well as paddling instructions. You will be able to paddle among the giant floating icebergs found in the lake and viewing their amazing turquoise color from up close is an adventure like few others! All this with the majestic Ice wall just in front of you!

Horseback Riding Through the Pampa
 3 hours
Distance: 3.5 miles (5.5km)
Difficulty: Moderate
Enjoy true Patagonian experience, a special and unforgettable trip accompanied by gauchos, people who live and breathe the land of Patagonia, one of the world's most amazing places. The horseback ride begins in the stable of Rogel´s family and runs along the Serrano river. During the ride you will see where the Grey river meets the Serrano river and an amazing natural phenomenon occurs: the formation of a perfect line dividing the color of each river, gray and blue, about 600 meters long. Continuing, we will then cross Nutria River and ride up to Serrano waterfall, to climb to a viewpoint where you can admire the Serrano valley, other rivers and the stunning Paine massif.

Zodiac Round Trip in Serrano River
 5 hours
Distance: 3.5 miles (5.5km)
Difficulty: Moderate
This adventure begins with a 20 minutes drive from the Camp to Puerto Chaitén, where you will be outfitted with a special suit for navigation along the river Serrano to Bernardo O'Higgins National Park. Along the way you will enjoy magnificent views of the mountains. In Puerto Toro you will disembark from the zodiac for a short hike to the Serrano Glacier viewpoint, where next to the glacier is a lagoon full of floating icebergs, a mustsee picture postcard view! After, you will get on board in the zodiac boat to travel back to Puerto Chaitén.

Naviation to Balmaceda & Serrano Glaciers (+River up in Zodiac)
 5 hours
Distance: 3.5 miles (5.5km)
Difficulty: Moderate
This boat trip beginning at the Epa dock in Puerto Natales, is a wonderful alternative route to reach Patagonia Camp! In a modern Agunsa boat you will navigate across the Última Esperanza fjord, passing colonies of cormorants and sea lions with views of the Balmaceda glacier in the distance and enjoying a very special landscape. You will do a short walk for 15 minutes approx. to get to the Serrano glacier viewpoint. Next, you will board a speedy Zodiac boat which will rapidly take you up the Serrano River with rarely seen panoramic views of the Paine Massif. At the trip's end you will disembark in Puerto Chaitén, to enjoy a delicious traditional Patagonian lunch and where our guides and drivers will be waiting to take you to Patagonia Camp. 

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