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Torres del Paine Multisport

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Explore southern Chile and Torres del Paine National Park on this multisport Patagonia tour. Spot the unique Patagonian wildlife as you actively explore the landscape by bike, kayak, horse, and your own two feet. At the closing of each day, rejuvenate in your luxury dome at EcoCamp. This is a great active Chile tour for beginners and enthusiasts alike.
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  • Kayak past pristine blue icebergs on Grey Lake
  • Bike through the Patagonian plains to Laguna Azul
  • Horseback ride through fields and view condor and eagle nests
  • Hike in the majestic Patagonian landscape with views of Torres del Paine
Activity Level: Moderate
Activities that provide a reasonable level of physical challenge and elevate the heart rate. Focused on more active pursuits including multisport tours. Travelers may be active 5-7 hours total each day. Recommended for travelers with active lifestyles.

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Day 1: Torres del Paine and EcoCamp

Transfer today into Torres del Paine National Park (via shuttle drive from Punta Arenas or public bus and shuttle drive combination from El Calafate). Arrive at the EcoCamp, a deluxe tent camp of large igloo-shaped tents built to minimize environmental impact while providing a comfortable setting with the luxury Suite Domes. The EcoCamp provides candlelight, feather comforters, composting toilets, and plenty of quiet to enjoy your spectacular surroundings.

A morning excursion to Magdalena Island, home to over 100,000 Magellanic penguins, is an option at an additional cost. This excursion is subject to weather and sea conditions.  Contact us to add this excursion or for details.

The itinerary depends on the day of the week the program starts.

Day 2: Lago Sarmiento Biking and BBQ

After breakfast, you start your biking day close to 9:00 am by heading in one of our vans toward the Sarmiento Lake's ranger station and entrance. The 15 km morning bike excursion follows the asphalt road alongside Sarmiento Lake, on which you have the opportunity to visit 2 lookouts where you can rest and be amazed by the vastness of the landscape.

​Once the biking is finished at the Sarmiento Lake lookout, you board a van from this same point toward Laguna Azul to have lunch with a different view of the Park and get to know some of the local history of the place. When lunchtime is over, it's time for you to hop into the van again and head toward the gravel road that leads to Cañadón Macho, home of several guanaco families that cross your path, and finally end at Cascada Paine to get a last glimpse of what this beautiful area can offer. After a full day of adventure, you return to Ecocamp for a well-deserved rest and a delicious dinner.

Day 3: Grey Lake Kayaking and Grey Glacier

This morning drive 2 hours on to Grey Lake in the western region of the park. After a brief safety introduction, hop into your kayaks (singles and doubles available) and paddle onto Grey Lake. Admire the pristine blue icebergs floated downstream from Grey Glacier and take in the scenery of the massive expanse around you. Navigate along the shoreline and into Grey River where you stop to break for lunch on the bank. After lunch continue paddling to the boat dock where you take a 3 hour motorized ride up on the lake to get views of the Paine Passif and Grey Glacier which forms part of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field. (Note - in shoulder seasons this boat excursion may be canceled. In these cases, an alternative activity is arranged). Return to EcoCamp this evening for dinner.

Day 4: Horseback Riding

Today drive to a traditional Patagonian ranch founded at the end of the 19th century just outside of Torres del Paine National Park. Arrive and meet your local Baqueano (Patagonian cowboy) guide and your horse. Saddle up and set off through fields passing by a small village towards Las Flores. During your ride you get close to Sierra Baquales with a great view of its condor and eagle nests. See also the only remaining adobe house in the southern Patagonia Magellanes region. Enjoy a picnic lunch and hear the guide expand on the region's horse riding history and the geography of the area.

Ride back by way of Vega Nash and dismount. Return to EcoCamp this evening.

Day 5: Towers Base Trek

Following a satisfying breakfast, your journey commences as you depart from Ecocamp, heading towards Hostería Las Torres. You embark on an uphill route leading to Ascencio Valley, situated on the eastern face of the Towers. The path is adorned with dry mountainous terrain, beech forests, and meandering streams, creating a picturesque setting along the way. Your true challenge arises when you ascend the steep moraine, characterized by a mass of large boulders. This demanding ascent leads you to one of the most renowned and breathtaking viewpoints in the world, which offers a stunning panoramic view of the Towers. The Torres del Paine, standing at an impressive 2,850 meters (9,350 feet), is comprised of three colossal granite monoliths, the remnants of a vast glacial cirque sculpted by the powerful forces of glacial ice. After the demanding climb, the majestic Towers finally come into full view, towering gracefully before you, while a glacial lake shimmers below. It's a location of unparalleled beauty to savor a well-deserved lunch. Following this awe-inspiring experience and a picnic amid the captivating scenery, you retrace your steps along the same trail through Ascencio Valley, ultimately returning to EcoCamp.


Day 6: Return Home

  • 1 Breakfast
Return to Punta Arenas this morning and connect with your flight back to Santiago or continue on by land transfer into El Calafate, Argentina.



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Las Torres EcoCamp
Hike to Los Cuernos

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Based on Suite Dome at EcoCamp. Triple/Quad Rates and Standard Dome discounts available. Rate varies based on current Chilean Peso/U.S. Dollar conversion.

Rates may vary based on current exchange rate.

  • 5 Breakfasts, 4 Lunches, 5 Dinners
  • 5 Nights Accommodations
  • Accommodations as listed
  • Ground transportation as listed
  • Activities as listed
  • Meals as listed
  • Access to a 24-7 Emergency line while traveling
  • Gratuities
  • Travel Insurance
  • Personal Expenses
  • Flight costs (please request a quote)
  • Additional excursions during free time
  • Fuel and transportation surcharges (when applicable)
  • Internal Flights: Santiago - Punta Arenas - Santiago


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Typically not offered during this period because of weather conditions.

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